|Collection||GB 0231 University of Aberdeen, Special Collections|
|Ref No||UNIVERSITY 1437/2/5/52|
|Title||Slide showing three sets of diagrams showing 'independent inheritance of two pairs of characters in drosophila'.|
|Date||Late 19th to early 20th century|
|Description||Slide shows three sets of diagrams showing 'independent inheritance of two pairs of characters in drosophila'.|
Sets of diagrams are labelled from top to bottom: P1, F1 and F2. P1 and F1 have two sets of flies each, and F2 has a total of sixteen flies.
Title below image reads: 'Fig 27 - the independent inheritance of two pairs of characters in drosophila. A pure long-winged fly with ebony body mated with a vestigial-winged grey -bodied one produces all long-winged, grey-bodied flies in F1. These when inbred produce an F2 generation consisting of 9/16 long-grey; 3/16 long-ebony; 3/16 vestigial-grey and 1/16 vestigial ebony. (From Morgan, Sturtevant, Muller and Bridges, courtesy Henry Holt and co.)'
|Access Conditions||The records are available subject to the signed acceptance of the Department's access conditions.|
|Physical Description||Tape peeling.|