John Burdon Sanderson Haldane

University College London, London, United Kingdom 
Evolutionary Genetics
"John Burdon Sanderson Haldane"

(1892 - 1964)
DOI: 10.1098/rsbm.1966.0010

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John Scott Haldane research assistant 1915 Oxford (Physiology Academic Tree)


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Conrad Hal Waddington research assistant 1931 UCL (DevTree)
Kenneth A. Kermack grad student UCL
John Maynard Smith grad student UCL
Norma McArthur grad student UCL (SocTree)
J. Murray Luck grad student 1925 Cambridge (Chemistry Tree)
William J. Dann grad student 1930 Cambridge (Chemistry Tree)
Harry Harris grad student 1949 UCL (GenetiTree)
Sarah Bedichek Pipkin post-doc 1938-1939 UCL (GenetiTree)
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Haldane JBS. (2010) The Rate Of Mutation Of Human Genes Hereditas. 35: 267-273
Haldane JBS. (1990) A mathematical theory of natural and artificial selection—I Bulletin of Mathematical Biology. 52: 209-240
Haldane JBS, Jayakar SD. (1965) Selection for a single pair of allelomorphs with complete replacement Journal of Genetics. 59: 81-87
Haldane JBS, Jayakar SD. (1965) The nature of human genetic loads Journal of Genetics. 59: 53-59
Haldane JBS, Jayakar SD. (1964) Equilibria under natural selection at a sex-linked locus Journal of Genetics. 59: 29-36
Haldane JBS, Jayakar SD. (1963) Polymorphism due to selection depending on the composition of a population Journal of Genetics. 58: 318-323
Haldane JBS, Jayakar SD. (1963) The elimination of double dominants in large random mating populations Journal of Genetics. 58: 243-251
Haldane JBS, Jayakar SD. (1963) Polymorphism due to selection of varying direction Journal of Genetics. 58: 237-242
Haldane JBS. (1963) The design of experiments on mutation rates Journal of Genetics. 58: 232-236
Haldane JBS. (1962) The selection of double heterozygotes Journal of Genetics. 58: 125-128
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