Lewis Walter Taylor

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1928-1968 Poultry Husbandry University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
Area:
poultry science
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(1900 - 1981)
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Parents

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Leon Jacob Cole grad student 1931 UW Madison (GenetiTree)
 (Inheritance of Spangling in Domestic Fowl.)

Children

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Charles Richard Grau grad student 1946 UC Berkeley (Physiology Academic Tree)
Ursula K. Abbott grad student 1955 UC Berkeley (GenetiTree)
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Taylor LW. (1974) Further studies on diplopodia. VI. Segregation of diplopod embryos from chickens heterozygous for both dp-1 and dp-3 genes. Canadian Journal of Genetics and Cytology. Journal Canadien De Genetique Et De Cytologie. 16: 121-35
Taylor LW. (1972) Further studies on diplopodia. V. Diplopodia-3. Canadian Journal of Genetics and Cytology. Journal Canadien De Genetique Et De Cytologie. 14: 417-22
Taylor LW. (1971) Kyphoscoliosis in a long-term selection experiment with chickens. Avian Diseases. 15: 376-90
Taylor LW, Kreutziger GO, Abercrombie GL. (1971) The gaseous environment of the chick embryo in relation to its development and hatchability. 5. Effect of carbon dioxide and oxygen levels during the terminal days of incubation. Poultry Science. 50: 66-78
Taylor LW, Kreutziger GO. (1969) The gaseous environment of the chick embryo in relation to its development and hatchability. 4. Effect of carbon dioxide and oxygen levels during the period of the thirteenth through the sixteenth days of incubation. Poultry Science. 48: 871-7
TAYLOR LW, KREUTZIGER GO. (1965) THE GASEOUS ENVIRONMENT OF THE CHICK EMBRYO IN RELATION TO ITS DEVELOPMENT AND HATCHABILITY. 2. EFFECT OF CARBON DIOXIDE AND OXYGEN LEVELS DURING THE PERIOD OF THE FIFTH THROUGH THE EIGHTH DAYS OF INCUBATION. Poultry Science. 44: 98-106
TAYLOR LW, GUNNS CA. (1947) Diplopodia; a lethal form of polydactyly in chickens. The Journal of Heredity. 38: 67-76
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