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Morgan's criticism of Stevens' and Wilson's sex determination theory.

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Summary of the Chromosome "theory" pre-Morgan.

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Thomas Hunt Morgan's talent as a laboratory group leader.

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Morgan's three "star" students: Sturtevant, Bridges, and Muller.

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Human chromosome number and the "notion" of chromosomes.

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The experimental evidence for crossing over.

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The beginnings of the American Eugenics movement: the first Eugenics committee.

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