|Collection||GB 0231 University of Aberdeen, Special Collections|
|Ref No||UNIVERSITY 1437/2/5/41|
|Title||Slide showing five pairs of equations relating to genetic combinations of X and Y chromosomes.|
|Date||Late 19th to early 20th century|
|Description|| Slide shows five pairs of equations relating to genetic combinations of X and Y chromosomes.|
Pair one are entitled 'Strong [female]' and 'Transformed X Y [male]'.
Pair two are entitled '[male]' and '[female]'.
Pair three are entitled '[female]' and '[female]'.
Text follows: 'The result is thus in keeping with the experimental findings, 2 [females] [female]: 1 [male]. The first mentioned of these female types is the one that is of particular interest here. It is crossed with a strong male.'
Pair four are entitled 'Weak Y [female]' and 'Strong [male]'.
Pair five are entitled '[male] and '[female]'.
Handwritten in black ink on tape at top of rear pane '24'.
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