Edward Novitski

University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, United States 
Drosophila genetics, chromosome mechanics
"Edward Novitski"


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Alfred Henry Sturtevant grad student 1942 Caltech
Curt Stern post-doc (FlyTree)


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Gerry Braver grad student (FlyTree)
Jim Stone grad student (FlyTree)
Stanley Zimmering grad student (FlyTree)
Lawrence Sandler grad student 1956 University of Missouri
George Brosseau post-doc (FlyTree)
Dan Lindsley post-doc (FlyTree)
John Lucchesi post-doc (FlyTree)
Jim Peacock post-doc (FlyTree)


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Novitski E. (2006) Genetics in the early twentieth century--a personal journey. Chromosome Research : An International Journal On the Molecular, Supramolecular and Evolutionary Aspects of Chromosome Biology. 14: 339-47
Novitski E. (2004) On Fisher's criticism of Mendel's results with the garden pea. Genetics. 166: 1133-6
Novitski E, Grace D, Strommen C. (1981) The entire compound autosomes of Drosophila melanogaster. Genetics. 98: 257-73
Novitski E, Grace D, Strommen C, et al. (1981) Terminal chromosome attachments. American Journal of Human Genetics. 33: 55-60
Novitski E. (1978) The relation of exchange to nondisjunction in heterologous chromosome pairs in the Drosophila female. Genetics. 88: 499-503
Novitski E, Blixt S. (1978) Mendel, linkage, and synteny. Bioscience. 28: 34-5
Novitski E, Puro J. (1978) A critique of theories of meiosis in the female of Drosophila melanogaster Hereditas. 89: 51-67
Douglas L, Novitski E. (1977) What chance did Mendel's experiments give him of noticing linkage? Heredity. 38: 253-7
Novitski E. (1976) The enigma of radiation effects in Drosophila. Science (New York, N.Y.). 194: 1387-90
Novitski E. (1976) ABO blood groups and the hardy-weinberg equilibrium. Science (New York, N.Y.). 191: 478
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