Helen Redfield, Ph.D.
She was a National Research Fellow (visiting scientist or postdoc?) in Morgan's lab.
Jack Schultz acknowledges her in his Ph.D. thesis.
In Robert Kohler's book, we know her as the wife of Jack Schultz who kept her maiden name. While that may be what was most interesting to Robert Kohler, there is more to say about this scientist.
Here are some of her papers:
A Comparison of Triploid and Diploid Crossing over for Chromosome II of Drosophila Melanogaster." Genetics. 17.2 (1932): 137-152.
"Crossing over in the third chromosomes of triploids of Drosophila melano gaster." Genetics. 15.3 (1930): 205-252.
"Delayed Mating and the Relationship of Recombination to Maternal Age in Drosophila Melanogaster." Genetics. 53.3 (1966): 593-607.
"Egg Mortality and Interchromosomal Effects on Recombination." Genetics. 42.6 (1957): 712-728.
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|SCHULTZ J, REDFIELD H. (1951) Interchromosomal effects on crossing over in Drosophila. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia On Quantitative Biology. 16: 175-97|