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Edward N. Wentworth grad student 1918 Kansas State College (GenetiTree)
Leon Jacob Cole grad student 1922 UW Madison (GenetiTree)
 (The possibility of sex control by artificial insemination with centrifuged spermatozoa)


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Alan Robertson grad student
Arthur B. Chapman grad student 1931 Iowa State (Physiology Academic Tree)
James Arnold Whatley grad student 1939 Iowa State (Animal Science Tree)
Lanoy Nelson Hazel grad student 1941 Iowa State (Animal Science Tree)
Robert Walton Touchberry grad student 1948 Iowa State (Neurotree)
C. Clark Cockerham grad student 1952 Iowa State (Evolution Tree)
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Lush JL. (1968) Dairy cattle breeding. Importance of family structure in the dairy cattle population. Journal of Dairy Science. 51: 296-306
Lush JL. (1968) Genetic unknowns and animal breeding a century after Mendel. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science. Kansas Academy of Science. 71: 309-14
Sutherland TM, Lush JL. (1962) Effects of Inbreeding on Size and Type in Holstein-friesian Cattle Journal of Dairy Science. 45: 390-395
Pirchner F, Lush JL. (1959) Genetic and Environmental Portions of the Variation among Herds in Butterfat Production Journal of Dairy Science. 42: 115-122
LUSH JL. (1951) The impact of genetics on animal breeding. Journal of Animal Science. 10: 311-21
POLHEMUS MS, LUSH JL, ROTHENBUHLER WC. (1950) Mating systems in honey bees. The Journal of Heredity. 41: 151-5
Hazel LN, Lush JL. (1950) Computing inbreeding and relationship coefficients: From punched cards Journal of Heredity. 41: 301-306
SHRODE RR, LUSH JL. (1947) The genetics of cattle; inbreeding. Advances in Genetics. 1: 246-51
SHRODE RR, LUSH JL. (1947) The genetics of cattle; twinning. Advances in Genetics. 1: 239
SHRODE RR, LUSH JL. (1947) The genetics of cattle: inheritance of lethal, sublethal, deleterious and undesirable factors. Advances in Genetics. 1: 222-8
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