Scott F. Gilbert, clip 1
Scott Gilbert is professor of biology at Swarthmore College where he teaches developmental genetics, embryology, and the history and critiques of biology.
developmental genetics, theodor boveri, scott f gilbert, embryology, experimental biology, sea urchin, meiosis, mitosis, 1902
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The relationships between Theodor Boveri, Edmund Wilson, Nettie Stevens and Thomas Hunt Morgan.
Theodor Boveri described the process of meiosis. He also showed that although chromosomes may look similar, they have specific hereditary qualities.
DNAFTB Animation 8: Theodor Boveri presents chromosomes' role in development.
Signed portrait of Theodor Boveri
Portrait of Theodor Boveri
Walter Sutton described the process of meiosis. He also showed that although chromosomes may look similar, they have specific hereditary qualities.
Nettie Maria Stevens independently developed the idea of sex determination by chromosomes.
Thomas Hunt Morgan was one of the first true geneticists.
Scott Lowe, Professor, Watson School of Biological Sciences, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
Doctor Josh Dubnau explains that model systems are particular species of animals that substitute for humans or other animals. For genetic and historic reasons, the fruit fly is a commonly used model.