Henry E. Schaffer, Ph. D.

Affiliations: 
North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC 
Area:
population genetics
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"Henry Elkin Schaffer"
Bio:

Ph. D. Mentor Ken Kojima
Post-Doc Mentor Bruce Wallace
https://ocr.lib.ncsu.edu/ocr/LD/LD3928-A23-1963-1964/LD3928-A23-1963-1964.pdf

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Ken-ichi Kojima grad student 1964 NCSU (FlyTree)
 (The Survival of Mutant Genes in Small Populations.)
Bruce Wallace post-doc Cornell (FlyTree)
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Voelker RA, Cockerham CC, Johnson FM, et al. (1978) Inversions fail to account for allozyme clines. Genetics. 88: 515-27
Schaffer HE, Mettler LE. (1974) Teaching population fitness and adaptive surfaces in population and quantitative genetics. The Journal of Heredity. 65: 189-92
Johnson FM, Schaffer HE. (1973) Isozyme variability in species of the genus Drosophila. VII. Genotype-environment relationships in populations of D. melanogaster from the Eastern United States. Biochemical Genetics. 10: 149-63
Mukai T, Schaffer HE, Cockerham CC. (1972) Genetic consequences of truncation selection at the phenotypic level in Drosophila melanogaster. Genetics. 72: 763-9
Johnson FM, Schaffer HE, Gillaspy JE, et al. (1969) Isozyme genotype-environment relationships in natural populations of the harvester ant, Pogonomyrmex barbatus, from Texas. Biochemical Genetics. 3: 429-50
Kojima KI, Schaffer HE. (1967) SURVIVAL PROCESS OF LINKED MUTANT GENES. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 21: 518-531
Nei M, Kojima KI, Schaffer HE. (1967) Frequency changes of new inversions in populations under mutation-selection equilibria. Genetics. 57: 741-50
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