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Banker, Howard James (September 1914) Type studies in the Hydnaceae - VII. The genera Asterodon and Hydnochaete. Mycologia, 6 (5). pp. 231-234.

Banta, Arthur Mangun (March 1914) Sex recognition and the mating behavior of the wood frog, Rana sylvatica. The Biological Bulletin, 26 (3). pp. 171-183.

Banta, Arthur Mangun (July 1914) A new form of collecting pipette. Science, 40 (1020). pp. 98-99.

Banta, Arthur Mangun (March 1914) Fifty generations of selection in parthenogenetic pure lines of daphnids (Abstract). Science, 39 (1003). pp. 439-440.

Banta, Arthur Mangun (August 1914) One hundred parthenogenetic generations of Daphnia without sexual forms. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 11 (7). pp. 180-182.

Banta, Arthur Mangun, Gortner, Ross Aiken (November 1914) A milky white amphibian egg jell. The Biological Bulletin, 27 (5). pp. 259-261.

Banta, Arthur Mangun, Gortner, Ross Aiken (August 1914) The production of accessory appendages and other abnormalities in amphibian larvae through the action of centrifugal force. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 11 (7). pp. 177-178.

Belling, John (1914) The mode of inheritance of semi-sterility in the offspring of certain hybrid plants. Zeitschrift für induktive Abstammmungs und Vererbungslehre, 12 (5). pp. 303-342.

Blakeslee, Albert Francis (October 1914) The Carnegie Foundation for Teachers - A suggestion. Science, 40 (1031). pp. 482-483.

Blakeslee, Albert Francis (November 1914) Corn and men. The interacting influence of heredity and environment - Movements for betterment of men, or corn, or any other living thing, one-sided unless they take both factors into account. The Journal of Heredity, 5 (11). pp. 511-518.

Blakeslee, Albert Francis (August 1914) A possible habit mutant of the sugar maple (Acer Saccharum). Torreya, 14 (8). pp. 140-143.

Blakeslee, Albert Francis, Schulze, A. F. (April 1914) A possible mutant in the bellwort (Oakesia Sessilifolia) which prevents seed formation. Science, 39 (1008). pp. 621-622.

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Castle, William Ernest (May 1914) Multiple factors in heredity. Science, 39 (1010). pp. 686-689.

Castle, William Ernest (June 1914) Nabours's grasshoppers, multiple allelomorphism, linkage and misleading terminologies in genetics. The American Naturalist, 48 (570). pp. 383-384.

Castle, William Ernest (1914) Pure lines and selection. The Journal of Heredity, 5 (3). pp. 93-97.

Castle, William Ernest (1914) Size inheritance and the pureline theory. Zeitschrift für induktive Abstammungs und Vererbungslehre, 12. pp. 225-237.

Castle, William Ernest (February 1914) Some new varieties in rats and guinea-pigs and their relation to problems of color inheritance. The American Naturalist, 48 (566). pp. 65-73.

Castle, William Ernest (1914) Variation and selection; a reply. Zeitschrift für induktive Abstammungs und Vererbungslehre, 12. pp. 257-264.

Castle, William Ernest (April 1914) Yellow varieties of rats. The American Naturalist, 48 (568). p. 254.

Castle, William Ernest (May 1914) An apple chimera. The Journal of Heredity, 5 (5). pp. 200-202.

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Davenport, Charles Benedict (1914) Eugenics. In: A Reference handbook of the medical sciences : embracing the entire range of scientific and practical medicine and allied science. W. Wood, New York, pp. 151-156.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (February 1914) Man from the standpoint of modern genetics (Abstract). Science, 39 (997). pp. 223-224.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (October 1914) Medico-legal aspects of eugenics. The Medical Times.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (December 1914) Skin color of mulattoes. The Journal of Heredity, 5 (12). pp. 556-558.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (January 1914) An address on the importance to the state of eugenic investigation. In: Eugenics.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (August 1914) The bare necks. The Journal of Heredity, 5 (8). p. 374.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1914) The origin of domestic fowl. The Journal of Heredity, 5 (7). pp. 313-315.

Davenport, Charles Benedict, Rosanoff, Aaron Joshua (February 1914) A discussion of the methods and results of Dr. Heron's critique. Project Report. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Cold Spring Harbor, NY.

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Gortner, Ross Aiken (July 1914) Studies on the chemistry of embryonic growth. II. Comparative analysis of the eggs and of the newly-hatched larvae of the giant salamander, Cryptobranchus allegheniensis. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 36 (7). pp. 1556-1566.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (September 1914) A device to aid in freeing a precipitate from mother liquor when filtering by suction. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 36 (9). p. 1967.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (April 1914) The lowest temperature obtainable with ice and salt. Science, 39 (1007). pp. 584-585.

Gortner, Ross Aiken, Banta, Arthur Mangun (April 1914) Notes on the toxicity of dilute solutions of certain phenolic compounds as indicated by their effect on amphibian eggs and embryos, together with references on modifications of pigment development. The Biochemical Bulletin, 3 (11, 12). pp. 357-368.

Gortner, Ross Aiken, Blakeslee, Albert Francis (July 1914) Observations on the toxin of Rhizopus nigricans. The American Journal of Physiology, 34 (4). pp. 353-367.

Gortner, Ross Aiken, Harris, James Arthur (February 1914) Notes on the technique of the determination of the depression of the freezing point of vegetable saps. The Plant World, 17 (2). pp. 49-53.

Gortner, Ross Aiken, Harris, James Arthur (January 1914) On axial abscission in Impatiens sultani as the result of traumatic stimuli. American Journal of Botany, 1 (1). pp. 48-50.

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Harris, James Arthur (February 1914) Current progress in the study of natural selection. Popular Science Monthly, 84 (2). pp. 128-146.

Harris, James Arthur (November 1914) Further observations on the relationship between the number of ovules formed and the number of seeds developing in Cercis. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club, 41 (11). pp. 533-549.

Harris, James Arthur (July 1914) Graphics of the American whaling industry. Popular Science Monthly, 85 (1). pp. 83-86.

Harris, James Arthur (June 1914) Introduction to the new statistics with special reference to the needs of biologists. Science, 39 (1014). pp. 828-830.

Harris, James Arthur (1914) Introductions to the new statistics, with special reference to the needs of biologists. Science, 39 (1014). p. 828.

Harris, James Arthur (July 1914) On a chemical peculiarity of the dimorphic anthers of Lagerstroemia indica, with a suggestion as to its ecological significance. Annals of Botany, 28 (111). pp. 499-507.

Harris, James Arthur (1914) On differential mortality with respect to seed weight occurring in field cultures of Pisum sativum. The American Naturalist, 48 (566). p. 83.

Harris, James Arthur (February 1914) On differential mortality with respect to seed weight occurring in field cultures of Pisum sativum. The American Naturalist, 48 (566). pp. 83-86.

Harris, James Arthur (November 1914) On spurious values of intra-class correlation coefficients arising from disorderly differentiation within the classes. Biometrika, 10 (2 and ). pp. 412-416.

Harris, James Arthur (October 1914) On the correlation between somatic characters and fertility. II. Illustrations from Phaseolus vulgaris. American Journal of Botany, 1 (8). pp. 398-411.

Harris, James Arthur (1914) On the relationship between the number of ovules formed and the number of seeds developed in Cercis. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club, 41 (4). pp. 243-256.

Harris, James Arthur (October 1914) Review: Pearson's tables for statisticians and biometricians. Science, 40 (1034). pp. 598-599.

Harris, James Arthur (April 1914) The relationship between the weight of the seed planted and the characteristics of the plant produced. II. Biometrika, 10 (1). pp. 72-84.

Harris, James Arthur (1914) The whaling vessels and the whaling industry of Cold Spring Harbor. Cold Spring Harbor Library.

Harris, James Arthur, Gortner, Ross Aiken (February 1914) Notes on the calculation of the osmotic pressure of expressed vegetable saps from the depression of the freezing point, with a table for the values of P for Δ = 0.001 ∘∘ to Δ = 2.999 ∘. American Journal of Botany, 1 (2). pp. 75-78.

Harris, James Arthur, Gortner, Ross Aiken (July 1914) On the influence of the order of development of the fruits of Passiflora gracilis upon the frequency of teratological variations. The Plant World, 17 (7). pp. 199-203.

Harris, James Arthur, Gortner, Ross Aiken (January 1914) Researches on the physico-chemical properties of vegetable saps. 2. Note on a comparison of the physico-chemical constants of the juice of apples and pears of varying size and fertility. The Biochemical Bulletin, 3 (10). 196-201, with plate 2.

Harris, James Arthur, Gortner, Ross Aiken (January 1914) Tables of the relative depression of the freezing point, 1860/Δ, to facilitate the calculation of molecular weights. The Biochemical Bulletin , 3 (10). pp. 259-263.

Harris, James Arthur, Vivian, Roxana H. (October 1914) Variation and correlation in the mean age of marriage of men and women. The American Naturalist, 48 (574). pp. 635-637.

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Little, Clarence Cook (June 1914) Coat color in Pointer dogs: Examination of stud book from Mendelian viewpoint suggests that relation of brown to black is the same in dogs as in other small mammals which have been investigated, and that there are two types of yellow - practical breeding rules. Journal of Heredity, 5 (6). pp. 244-248.

Little, Clarence Cook (February 1914) "Dominant" and "recessive" spotting in mice. The American Naturalist, 48 (566). pp. 74-82.

Little, Clarence Cook (December 1914) A possible Mendelian explanation for a type of inheritance apparently non-Menelian in nature. Science, 40 (1042). pp. 904-906.

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MacDowell, Edwin Carleton (February 1914) Multiple factors in Mendelian inheritance. Journal of Experimental Zoology, 16 (2). pp. 177-194.

MacDowell, Edwin Carleton (1914) Size inheritance in rabbits. Project Report. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C..

Metz, Charles William (July 1914) Chromosome studies in the Diptera: I. A preliminary survey of five different types of chromosome groups in the genus Drosophila. Journal of Experimental Zoology, 17 (1). pp. 45-56.

Metz, Charles William (November 1914) An apterous Drosophila and its genetic behavior. The American Naturalist, 48 (575). pp. 675-692.

Morgan, Thomas Hunt, Castle, William Ernest (August 1914) The theoretical distinction between multiple allelomorphs and close linkage. The American Naturalist, 48 (572). pp. 502-504.

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Riddle, Oscar (October 1914) The determination of sex and its experimental control. Bulletin of the American Academy of Medicine, 15 (5). pp. 265-285.

Riddle, Oscar (1914) A quantitative basis of sex as indicated by the sex behavior of doves from a sex-controlled series (Abstract). Science, 39 (1003). p. 440.

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Shull, George Harrison (1914) Duplicate genes for capsule-form in Bursa bursa-pastoris. Zeitschrift für induktive Abstammmungs und Vererbungslehre, 12 (2). pp. 97-149.

Shull, George Harrison (1914) Sex-limited inheritance in Lychnis dioica L. Zeitschrift für induktive Abstammmungs und Vererbungslehre, 12 (5). 265-302, with plates.

Shull, George Harrison (1914) Uber die Vererbung der Blattfarbe bei Melandrium. Berichte der Deutschen Botanischen Gesellschaft, 31. pp. 40-80.

Shull, George Harrison (1914) The longevity of submerged seeds. The Plant World, 17 (11). pp. 329-337.

Shull, George Harrison (June 1914) A peculiar negative correlation in Oenothera hybrids. Journal of Genetics, 4 (1). 83-102, with plates.

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