John Burdon Sanderson Haldane

University College London, London, United Kingdom 
Evolutionary Genetics
"John Burdon Sanderson Haldane"

(1892 - 1964)
DOI: 10.1098/rsbm.1966.0010

Mean distance: 18.23 (cluster 33)
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John Scott Haldane research assistant 1915 Oxford (Physiology Academic Tree)


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Conrad Hal Waddington research assistant 1931 UCL (DevTree)
Kenneth A. Kermack grad student UCL (Evolution Tree)
John Maynard Smith grad student UCL
Norma McArthur grad student UCL (SocTree)
J. Murray Luck grad student 1925 Cambridge (Chemistry Tree)
William J. Dann grad student 1930 Cambridge (Chemistry Tree)
Harry Harris grad student 1949 UCL (GenetiTree)
Sarah Bedichek Pipkin post-doc 1938-1939 UCL (GenetiTree)
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Haldane J, Lee P. (2005) Rational souls and the beginning of life (a reply to Robert Pasnau). Philosophy (London, England). 78: 532-40
KERMACK KA, HALDANE JB. (1950) Organic correlation and allometry. Biometrika. 37: 30-41
Haldane JB, Waddington CH. (1931) Inbreeding and Linkage. Genetics. 16: 357-74
Haldane JB, Hill R, Luck JM. (1923) Calcium chloride acidosis. The Journal of Physiology. 57: 301-6
Douglas CG, Haldane JS, Haldane JB. (1912) The laws of combination of haemoglobin with carbon monoxide and oxygen. The Journal of Physiology. 44: 275-304
Haldane J, Smith JL. (1900) The mass and oxygen capacity of the blood in man The Journal of Physiology. 25: 331-343
Haldane J. (1900) The ferricyanide method of determining the oxygen capacity of blood The Journal of Physiology. 25: 295-302
Haldane J. (1900) On cyanmethæmoglobin and photomethæmoglobin The Journal of Physiology. 25: 230-232
Haldane J. (1900) The supposed oxidation of carbonic oxide in the living body The Journal of Physiology. 25: 225-229
Haldane J. (1898) Some Improved Methods of Gas Analysis The Journal of Physiology. 22: 465-480
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