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Does evolution occur exclusively by loss of genetic factors?
Castle WE

American Naturalist, The
  53 (629): 555-558; Nov 1919  
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Tables of linkage intensities
Castle WE

American Naturalist, The
  50 (597): 575; Sep 1916  
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New light on blending and Mendelian inheritance
Castle WE

American Naturalist, The
  50 (594): 321-334; Jun 1916  
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Size inheritance in guinea-pig crosses
Castle WE

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
  2 (4): 252-264; Apr 1916  
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Can selection cause genetic change?
Castle WE

American Naturalist, The
  50 (592): 248-256; Apr 1916  
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Variability under inbreeding and cross-breeding
Castle WE

American Naturalist, The
  50 (591): 178-183; Mar 1916  
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Is selection or mutation the more important agency in evolution?
Castle WE

Scientific Monthly, The
  2 (1): 91-98; Jan 1916  
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Some experiments in mass selection
Castle WE

American Naturalist, The
  49 (588): 713-726; Dec 1915  
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Two color mutations of rats which show partial coupling
Castle WE,
Wright S

Science
  42 (1075): 193-195; Aug 6 1915  
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Book Review: Feeble-mindedness, its causes and consequences
Castle WE

Journal of Abnormal Psychology
  (0): Aug 1915  


The black-and-tan rabbit and the significance of multiple allelomorphs
Castle WE,
Fish HD

American Naturalist, The
  49 (578): 88-96; Feb 1915  
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Selection, sugar-beets and thrips
Castle WE

American Naturalist, The
  49 (578): 121-122; Feb 1915  
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The theoretical distinction between multiple allelomorphs and close linkage
Morgan TH,
Castle WE

American Naturalist, The
  48 (572): pp. 502-504; Aug 1914  
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Nabourss grasshoppers, multiple allelomorphism, linkage and misleading terminologies in genetics
Castle WE

American Naturalist, The
  48 (570): pp. 383-384; Jun 1914  
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Multiple factors in heredity
Castle WE

Science
  39 (1010): pp. 686-689; May 8 1914  
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An apple chimera
Castle WE

Journal of Heredity, The
  5 (5): pp. 200-202; May 1914  


Yellow varieties of rats
Castle WE

American Naturalist, The
  48 (568): p. 254; Apr 1914  
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Some new varieties in rats and guinea-pigs and their relation to problems of color inheritance
Castle WE

American Naturalist, The
  48 (566): pp. 65-73; Feb 1914  
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Size inheritance and the pureline theory
Castle WE

Zeitschrift für induktive Abstammungs und Vererbungslehre
  12 (0): 225-237; 1914  


Variation and selection; a reply
Castle WE

Zeitschrift für induktive Abstammungs und Vererbungslehre
  12 (0): 257-264; 1914  


Pure lines and selection
Castle WE

Journal of Heredity, The
  5 (3): pp. 93-97; 1914  


Further experiments on ovarian transplantation in guinea-pigs
Castle WE,
Phillips JC

Science
  38 (987): 783-786; Nov 28 1913  
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Simplification of Mendelian formulae
Castle WE

American Naturalist, The
  47 (555): pp. 170-182; Mar 1913  
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Some biological principles of animal breeding
Castle WE

American Breeders Magazine
  3 (4): 270-282; Dec 1912  


On the inheritance of tricolor coat in guinea-pigs, and its relation to Galtons law of ancestral heredity
Castle WE

American Naturalist, The
  46 (547): 437-440; Jul 1912  
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The inconstancy of unit-characters
Castle WE

American Naturalist, The
  46 (546): 352-362; Jun 1912  
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Are horns in sheep a sex-limited character?
Castle WE

Science
  35 (902): 574-575; Apr 1912  
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On the origin of a pink-eyed guinea-pig with colored coat
Castle WE

Science
  35 (900): 508-510; Mar 29 1912  
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On the origin of an albino race of deer mouse
Castle WE

Science
  35 (896): 346-348; Mar 1 1912  
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Heredity and eugenics; a course of lectures summarizing recent advances in knowledge in variation, heredity, and evolution and its relation to plant, animal and human improvement and welfare
Castle WE,
Coulter JM,
Davenport CB,
East EM,
Tower WL
 Chicago, Illinois: The University of Ch; 1912  


The method of evolution
Castle WE
In:
Heredity and eugenics; a course of lectures summarizing recent advances in knowledge in variation, heredity, and evolution and its relation to plant, animal and human improvement and welfare
(eds. Castle, William Ernest Coulter, John Merle Davenport, Charles Benedict East, Edward Murray Tower, William Lawrence) Chicago, Illinois: The University of Ch; 1912. : pp. 39-61  


Heredity and sex
Castle WE
In:
Heredity and eugenics; a course of lectures summarizing recent advances in knowledge in variation, heredity, and evolution and its relation to plant, animal and human improvement and welfare
(eds. Castle, William Ernest Coulter, John Merle Davenport, Charles Benedict East, Edward Murray Tower, William Lawrence) Chicago, Illinois: The University of Ch; 1912. : pp. 62-79  


On soma influence in ovarian transplantation
Castle WE

Science
  34 (865): 113-115; Jul 28 1911  
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Review: On sex-chromosomes in hermaphroditism
Castle WE

American Naturalist, The
  45 (535): pp. 425-430; Jul 1911  
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Double mating of silk-worm moths
Castle WE

Science
  34 (862): 15-21; Jun 7 1911  
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Heredity in relation to evolution and animal breedings
Castle WE
 New York, London: D. Appleton and Comp; 1911  


On a modified Mendelian ratio among yellow mice
Castle WE,
Little CC

Science
  32 (833): pp. 868-870; Dec 16 1910  
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Heredity
Castle WE

Popular Science Monthly
  77 (5): 417-428; May 1910  


The effect of selection upon Mendelian characters manifested in one sex only
Castle WE

Journal of Experimental Zoology
  8 (2): 185-192; Mar 1910  


A successful ovarian transplantation in the guinea-pig, and its bearing on problems of genetics
Castle WE,
Phillips JC

Science
  30 (766): 312-313; Sep 3 1909  
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The peculiar inheritance of pink eyes among colored mice
Castle WE,
Little CC

Science
  30 (766): 313-314; Sep 3 1909  
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A Mendelian view of sex-heredity
Castle WE

Science
  29 (740): pp. 395-400; Mar 5 1909  
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Studies of inheritance in rabbits
Castle WE,
Walter HE,
Mullenix RC,
Cobb S

Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication; no. 114
  0 70; 1909  


The behavior of unit-characters in heredity
Castle WE
In:
Fifty years of Darwinism: modern aspects of evolution: centennial addresses in honor of Charles Darwin, before the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Baltimore, Friday, January 1, 1909
(ed. American Association for the Advancement of Science) New York: Henry Holt Company; 1909. : 143 p.  


A new color variety of the guinea-pig
Castle WE

Science
  28 (712): pp. 250-252; Aug 21 1908  
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Color variation among domesticated animals
Castle WE

Proceedings of the American Breeders Association
  4 (0): 172; 1908  


Color varieties of the rabbit and of other rodents; their origin and inheritance
Castle WE

Science
  26 (661): 287-291; Aug 30 1907  
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Selection and cross breeding in relation to the inheritance of coat-pigments and coat-patterns in rats and guinea-pigs
MacCurdy H,
Castle WE
In:
Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication; no. 70
(ed. ) Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Institution; 1907. 70: 1-50  


On a case of reversion induced by cross-breeding and its fixation
Castle WE

Science
  25 (630): pp. 151-153; Jan 25 1907  
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Yellow mice and gametic purity
Castle WE

Science
  24 (609): pp. 275-281; Aug 31 1906  
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The effects of inbreeding, cross-breeding, and selection upon the fertility and variability of Drosophila
Castle WE,
Carpenter FW,
Clark AH,
Mast SO,
Barrows WM

Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
  41 (33): 732-786; May 1906  


Heredity of hair-length in guinea-pigs and its bearing on the theory of pure gametes
Castle WE,
Forbes A

Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication no. 49 (1)
  0 1906  


Inbreeding, cross-breeding, and sterility in Drosophila
Castle WE

Science
  23 (578): 153; 1906  
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The origin of a polydactylous race of guinea-pigs
Castle WE

Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication; no. 49 (2)
  49 29; 1906  


Heredity of coat characters in guinea-pigs and rabbits
Castle WE

Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication No. 23
  0 5-78; Feb 1905  


The mutation theory of organic evolution from the standpoint of animal breeding
Castle WE

Science
  21 (536): 521-525; 1905  
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Recent discoveries in heredity and their bearing on animal breeding
Castle WE

Popular Science Monthly
  66 (0): 193-208; 1905  


The laws of heredity of Galton and Mendel, and some laws governing race improvement by selection
Castle WE

Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
  39 (8): 223-242; Nov 1903  



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