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Rhoades mss., 1933-1992

Papers, 1933-1992, of Marcus C. Morton Rhoades at the Lilly Library, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana

Electronic finding aid encoded by Donald C. Force.

Summary Information

Repository
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Creator
Rhoades, Marcus M., 1903-1991.

Title
Rhoades mss.,1933-1992

Collection no
LMC 2063

Extent
5,580 items

Language
Materials are in English.

Abstract
Consists of the papers of geneticist Marcus C. Morton Rhoades.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions
This collection is open for research.
Acquisition Information
Gift. 1990, 1992
Usage Restrictions
Prior arrangements are not necessary before coming to the Library, however, patrons from out of town are encouraged to communicate with the Library in advance of their visits to ascertain availability of materials.

Photocopying permitted only with permission of the Curator of Manuscripts, Lilly Library.

Preferred Citation
[Item], Rhoades mss., Lilly Library, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.
Biographical Note
Rhoades earned his Bachelor and Master of Science degrees at the University of Michigan, and his doctorate at Cornell, specializing in corn genetics. He began his professional career as an associate geneticist at the United States Department of Agriculture where he did research on plant breeding from 1935-1940. In 1940 he returned to academia as an associate professor at Columbia University. In 1948 he was appointed Professor of Botany at the University of Illinois, then came to Indiana University where he chaired the Botany Department from 1958 until 1968. He was appointed Distinguished Professor Emeritus in 1974 and continued his studies in corn genetics until shortly before his death.

Scope and Content Note

The correspondence covers Rhoades's career and includes letters with many renowned geneticists. In addition to correspondence, the papers contain: research data and writings, career-related papers both inside and outside his academic appointments, including his work in scientific organizations and conferences and on various editorial boards, and a group of materials concerning colleague and Nobel prize winner Barbara McClintock.

Arrangement/Organization

The collection is organized into the following series: I. General correspondence; II. Research and writings; III. Appointments; IV. Classes; V. Committees; VI. Conferences and organizations; VII. Editorial boards; VIII. Grants; IX. Jones patent; X. McClintock; XI. Photographs; and, XII. Printed.

  • Indexing Terms

  • The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in IUCAT, the IU Libraries' online catalog. Materials about related topics, persons or places can be found by searching the catalog using these terms.

    • Names
    • McClintock, Barbara, 1902-
    • Topics
    • Rhoades, Marcus M. (Marcus Morton), 1903-1991.
    • McClintock, Barbara, 1902-
    • Corn --Genetics.
    • Genetics --Research --United States.

Series: General Correspondence 

Additional correspondence can be found throughout the collection. The correspondence is not indexed.


Box 1 1933-1960 

Box 2 1961-1974 

Box 3 1975-1992 

Series: Research and writings 

Subseries: By Rhoades

Box 3
Folder 27-34

Abnormal chromosome 10

Folder 35-36 Asynchronous replication of heterochromatin in maize

Folder 37 Biographical memoir of Rollins Adams Emerson, 1873-1947

Box 4
Folder 1-4

The cell, vol. III: Meiosis chapter

Folder 5 Centromeres

Folder 6 Chromatin elimination induced by the B chromosome of maize

Folder 7 Chromosome elimination in maize

Folder 8 Chromosome linkage data

Folder 9 Chromosome structure

Folder 10 Chromosomes, mutations, and cytoplasm in maize

Folder 11 Cytogenetic studies on preferential segregation in maize, K 10 and K 3

Folder 12 A cytogenetic study of a chromosome fragment in maize

Folder 13-17 The cytogenetics of maize

Folder 18 Cytogenetics paper for maize symposium at Urbana

Folder 19 Df 3b

Folder 20 Different rates of crossing over in male and female gametes in maize

Folder 21 Duplicate genes in maize

Folder 22-25 The early years of maize genetics

Box 5
Folder 1

The effect of abnormal chromosome 10 on preferential segregation and crossing over in maize

Folder 2-3 Effect of the Dt gene on the mutability of the allele in maize

Folder 4 The effect of varying gene dosage on aleurone color in maize

Folder 5-9 Elongate

Folder 10 The function and structure of the parenchyma sheath plastids of the maize leaf, by MMR and Alcides Carvalho

Folder 11-13 Genetic and molecular charaterization of a-mrh - Mrh

Folder 14 Genetic nomenclature in maize

Folder 15 Genetic studies with factors in the tenth chromosome in maize

Folder 16 The golden age of corn genetics at Cornell

Folder 17-22 Handbook of plant physiology

Folder 23 A highly repeated DNA sequence [and] Asynchronous replication of heterochromatin in maize

Folder 24 [A history of maize genetics]

Folder 25 Hybrid corn

Folder 26-29 Inversion 3a

Box 5
Folder 1-4

Inversion 3a (cont'd)

Folder 5 Inversion yield test

Folder 6-8 K10-I and K10-II

Folder 9 The lengths of the genetic maps in maize

Folder 10-11 Lewis John Stadler, 1896-1954

Folder 12 Linkage summary

Folder 13 Number 5 fragment

Folder 14-15 On the mechanism of chromatic loss induced by the B chromosome in maize

Folder 16 Origin and consequences of chromosome rearrangement

Folder 17 Origin of cytoplasmic male sterility in corn

Folder 18 Outline of proposed genetic and biochemical research on the effects of the shrunken factor

Folder 19 Paramutation and gene conversion

Folder 20 A possible method for locating favorable genes in maize

Folder 21 A possible relationship between heterochromatin and mutation in maize

Folder 22 Repeated DNA limited to knob heterochromatin in maize

Folder 23 Secondary trisome

Folder 24-26 Studies on the cytological basis of crossing over

Folder 27 Yield test calculations

Folder 28 Miscellaneous book reviews

Folder 29-34 Miscellaneous research

Subseries: Reprints: Authored or co-authored by Rhoades.

Reprints are hand-numbered and arranged numerically.


Box 7

Folder 1

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  • 3. The frequencies of homozygosis of factors in attached-X females of Drosophila melanogaster ( Genetics, 16:375-385, July 1931)
  • 4. A new type of translocation in Drosophila melanogaster ( Genetics 16:490-504, Sept. 1931)
  • 8. Relation of chromatic crossing over to the upper limit of recombination percentages ( The American Naturalist , Vol. LXVII, July-Aug. 1933)
  • 9. An experimental and theoretical study of chromatic crossing over ( Genetics, 18:535-555, Nov. 1933)
  • 13. Rhoades and Joe L. Robinson. The 1935 Iowa corn yield test (Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletin 343, Feb. 1936)
  • 15. Note on the origin of triploidy in maize ( Journal of Genetics, Vol. XXXIII, no. 3, pp. 355-357, Dec. 1936)
  • 16. The effect of varying gene dosage on aleurone colour in maize ( Journal of Genetics, Vol. XXXIII, no. 3, pp. 347-354, Dec. 1936)
  • 20. Effect of the Dt gene on the mutability of the a1 allele in maize ( Genetics 23:377-397, July 1938)
  • 21. Rhoades and Th. Dobzhansky. A possible method for locating favorable genes in maize ( Journal of the American Society of Agronomy , Vol. 30, no. 8, Aug. 1938)
  • 23. Maize genetics cooperation, VI. White sheath-3 ( Genetics 24:62-63, 1939)
  • 24. Rhoades and Virginia H. Rhoades. Genetic studies with factors in the tenth chromosome in maize ( Genetics 24:302-314, Mar. 1939)
  • 26. The genetic control of mutability in maize (Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, 9:138-144, 1941)
  • 27. Different rates of crossing over in male and female gametes of maize ( Journal of the American Society of Agronomy , Vol. 33, no. 7, July 1941)
  • 28. Preferential segregation in maize ( Genetics 27:395-407, July 1942)
  • 29. Rhoades and Hilda Vilkomerson. On the anaphase movement of chromosomes ( Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences , Vol. 28, no. 10, pp. 433-436, Oct. 1942)
  • 30. Genic induction of an inherited cytoplasmic difference ( Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences , Vol. 29, no. 11, pp. 327-329, Dec. 1943)
  • 32. On the genetic control of mutability in maize ( Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences , Vol. 31, no. 3, pp. 91-95, Mar. 1945)
  • 34. Crossover chromosomes in unreduced gametes of asynaptic maize (Records of Genetics Society of America, 1946, No. 15, p. 64)
  • 35. Plastic mutations (Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, 11:202-207, 1946)
  • 38. Les plastes (Extract from Unités Biologiques Douées de Continuité Génétique , 1949, pp. 37-44)
  • 39. Meiosis in maize ( Journal of Heredity , Vol. XLI, no. 3, Mar. 1950)
  • 40. Gene induced mutation of a heritable cytoplasmic factor producing male sterility in maize ( Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences , Vol. 36, no. 11, pp. 634-635, Nov. 1950)
  • 42. Duplicate genes in maize ( The American Naturalist , Vol. LXXXV, Mar.-Apr. 1951)
  • 46. Comments on the paper "Photographs of living chromosomes." ( Journal of Heredity, Vol. XLV, no. 1, Jan.-Feb. 1954)
  • 47. Chromosomes, mutations, and cytoplasm in maize ( Science, July 23, 1954, Vol. 120, no. 3108, pp.115-120)
  • 48. Lewis J. Stadler, geneticist ( Science, Oct. 8, 1954, Vol. 120, no. 3119, pp. 553-554)
  • 49. Interaction of genic and non-genic hereditary units and the physiology of non-genic inheritance ( Handbuch der pflanzenphysiologie , Vol. 1)

Folder 2
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  • 52. Chapter 1: Meiosis ( The Cell, Vol. III, Academic Press Inc.: New York and London)
  • 53. Unusual events in seed development Yearbook of Agriculture , U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1961, pp. 75-79)
  • 54. Discussion of session I ( Mutation and Plant Breeding , NAS-NRC 891, 1961, pp. 48-51)
  • 55. Rhoades and Ellen Dempsey. The effect of abnormal chromosome 10 on preferential segregation and crossing over in maize ( Genetics, Vol. 53, No. 5, May, 1966)
  • 56. Induction of chromosome doubling at meiosis by the elongate gene in maize ( Genetics, Vol. 54, No. 2, Aug. 1966)
  • 57. Rhoades and Ellen Dempsey and Achille Ghidoni. Chromosome elimination in maize induced by supernumerary B chromosomes ( Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences , Vol. 57, no. 6, pp. 1626-1632, June 1967)
  • 58. Studies on the cytological basis of crossing over ( Replication and Recombination of Genetic Material , edited by W.J. Peacock and R.D. Brock, Australian Academy of Science: Canberra, 1968)
  • 59. Rhoades and Ellen Dempsey. On the mechanism of chromatic loss induced by the B chromosome of maize ( Genetics 71:73-96, May 1972)
  • 62. A portrait of E.G.Anderson, 1891-1973 (Stadler Symposium, Vol. 5, 1973, pp. 9-12, University of Missouri, Columbia)
  • 63. Rhoades and Ellen Dempsey. Cytogenetic studies on a transissible deficiency in chromosome 3 of maize ( Journal of Heredity , Vol. 64, no. 3, May-June, 1973)
  • 64. Rhoades and Ellen Dempsey. Chromatin elimination induced by the B chromosome of maize ( Journal of Heredity, Vol. 64, no. 1, Jan.-Feb., 1973)
  • 67. Chapter 40: Genetic effects of heterochromatin in maize ( Maize Breeding and Genetics, ed. by David B. Walden, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.:n.p., 1978)
  • 69. Rhoades and A. Pryor, K. Faulkner and W.J. Peacock. Asynchronous replication of heterochromatin in maize ( Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Vol. 77, no. 11, pp. 6705-6709, Nov. 1980)
  • 70. Rhoades and W.J. Peacock, E.S. Dennis and A.J. Pryor. Highly repeated DNA sequence limited to knob heterochromatin in maize ( Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences , Vol. 78, no. 7, pp. 4490-4494, July 1981)
  • 71. The early years of maize genetics ( Annual Review of Genetics , 1984, 18:1-29)
  • 72. Rhoades and Ellen Dempsey. Structural heterogeneity of chromosome 10 in races of maize and teosinte ( Plant Genetics , Alan R. Liss, Inc.: n.p., 1985, pp. 1-18)
  • 73. Barbara McClintock: An appreciation ( Maydica XXXI, 1986:1-4)
  • 74. Genetic and molecular characterization of a-mrh-Mrh, a new mutable system of Zea mays ( Developmental Genetics 10:507-519, 1989)

Subseries: Research and writings by others.

Arranged alphabetically by author.

See also: Editorial boards; Printed


Box 7
Folder 3

de Toledo Piza, S. Chromosomes of the scorpion tityus bahiensis perty (English abstract of 4 articles)

Folder 4 Dobzhansky, Th. [Account of trip to Brazil, 1949]

Folder 5 Gurgel, J.T.A. The non-homologous associations of centromeres and knobs of maize chromosomes at meiosis

Folder 6 Kwen-Sheng Chiang. Physical conservation of parental cytoplasmic DNA through meiosis in Chlamydomonas reinhardi

Folder 7 Li, H.W. and Y.H. Chang. Non-synchronization of the movement of the chromosomal sets and other abnormalities in the amphidiploids in Triticinae

Folder 8 Mazoti, Lius B. New discoveries about the behaviour of the units of heredity genes and plasmons (abstract)

Folder 9 Patterson, E.B. Proposed procedures for the use of genic male sterility in hybrid maize production

Folder 10 Rhoades, Virginia H. The location of a gene for disease resistance in maize

Folder 11 Schultz, Jack. Characteristics of pairing in the salivary gland chromosomes of Drosophila melanogaster

Folder 12 Schwartz, Drew. The genetics of bacteriophage

Folder 13 Sonneborn, Tracy M. Experimental control of the concentration of cytoplasmic genetic factors in paramecium

Series: Appointments

Includes materials relating to Rhoades's position at the United States Department of Agriculture and his various university appointments. Arranged in chronological order.


Box 7
Folder 14

1935-1940.  United States Department of Agriculture. Arlington Farm, Virginia

Folder 15-16 1940-1948.  Columbia University

Folder 17 1948-1958.  University of Illinois

Folder 18-31 1958-1968.  Indiana University

Series: Classes

Includes notes, tests, etc. pertaining to classes Rhoades attended and those he taught. Arranged alphabetically by subject or title of class.


Box 7
Folder 32

Accidents of meiosis

Folder 33 Apomixis

Folder 34 Bacteriology 405

Folder 35 Botany 31 (1925)

Folder 36-37 Botany 201-202

Folder 38 Botany 320 - Cytology

Folder 39 Centromere

Folder 40 Chemical induction of mutation

Box 8
Folder 1

Chromosome structure

Folder 2 Chromosome structure, composition and replication

Folder 3-7 Crossing over

Folder 8 Cytogenetics, 1968

Folder 9 Cytogenetics, 1974

Folder 10 Cytology, 1929

Folder 11 Cytology, 1933

Folder 12 Embryo sac development

Folder 13 Endomitosis

Folder 14 Evolution of chromosome form and number

Folder 15 Gene and cytoplasm, iojap and plastids

Folder 16 Genetics 101 - University of California

Folder 17 Genetics 530 - Iowa State College 1934

Folder 18 Genic control (Ds-Ac)

Folder 19 Heterochromatin

Folder 20 Inversions

Folder 21 Meiosis

Folder 22 Meiotic drive

Folder 23 Microtechnique

Folder 24 Mitosis

Folder 25 Molecular genetics

Folder 26 Mutation

Folder 27 Mutation Ac Ds

Folder 28 Mutation Dt gene

Folder 29 Mutation R r, A b

Folder 30 Neurospora crossing over

Folder 31 Nucleolus

Folder 32 Pericentric inversions

Folder 33 Polyploidy

Folder 34 Position effect

Folder 35 Recombination - centromere

Folder 36 Sex determination

Folder 37 Sister strand crossing over

Folder 38 Somatic crossing over

Folder 39 Temperature-moisture-time complex

Folder 40-42 Translocations

Folder 43 Unequal crossing over

Folder 44 Unusual genetic mechanisms

Series: Committees

Committees served on by Rhoades at universities and institutes outside his full-time appointments. Includes materials concerning personnel selection and reviews of departments.


Box 9
Folder 1

Brookhaven National Lab, visiting committee, 1968 

Folder 2-7 Cornell University, Biology Studies, 1963 

Folder 8 Harvard University, Department of Biology, 1968 

Folder 9 Harvard University, faculty appointment, 1968 

Folder 10 University of Copenhagen, faculty appointment, 1975 

Folder 11 University of Rochester, training grant renewal, 1970 

Folder 12 University of Vermont, Department of Plant and Soil, and Department of Botany, 1975 

Series: Conferences and organizations

Box 9
Folder 13

Agricultural Research Service, information kit

Folder 14 Allerton meeting, 1959 

Folder 15 American Genetic Association, 1960-1963 

Folder 16 American Institute of Biological Sciences, 1969-1970 

Folder 17 American Philosophical Society, 1987 

Folder 18 American Society of Naturalists, 1950-1951 

Folder 19 Biology Research Conference on Chromosome Mechanics at the Molecular Level, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Apr. 10-13, 1967 

Folder 20 Botanical Society of America, Hoblitzelle National Award, 1957-1965 

Folder 21-23 Genetics, Inc., 1939-1962 

Folder 24-25 Genetics Society of America, 1941-1980 

Box 10
Folder 1-5

Genetics Society of America, 1941-1980  (con't)

Folder 6-8 Guggenheim, 1964-1976 

Folder 9 Hybrid Corn Industry Conference, Nov. 28-29, 1951 

Folder 10-11 International Committee on Genetic Symbols and Nomenclature, 1954-1973 

Folder 12 International Conference on Replication and Recombination of Genetic Material, Canberra, Australia, Aug. 28-Sept. 1, 1967 

Folder 13 International Congress of Genetics - Exhibition, Scotland, 1939 

Folder 14 International Genetics Symposia, Japan, Sept. 6-12, 1956 

Folder 15 International Maize Symposium, University of Illinois, 1975 

Folder 16 Methodology in Medical Genetics symposium, Austin, Texas, May 3-5, 1961 

Folder 17 National Academy of Sciences, Joseph Henry Fund, 1965-1970 

Folder 18 National Institutes of Health, Division of Research Grants applications, 1962 

Folder 19 National Institutes of Health, Fundamental Genetics proposal, n.d.

Folder 20-21 National Research Council, Division of Biology and Agriculture, 1942-1967 

Folder 22 National Science Foundation: reports of meetings, National Medal of Science award, and proposals, 1962-1981 

Box 11
Folder 1-5

National Science Foundation: reports of meetings, National Medal of Science award, and proposals, 1962-1981  (con't)

Folder 6 Stadler Genetics Symposium, University of Missouri-Columbia, Apr. 13-14, 1973 

Folder 7 Unités Biologiques Douées de Continuité Génétique, Paris, June 25-July 3, 1948 

Series: Editorial boards

Includes correspondence, critiques and reviews by Rhoades and others, as well as the papers submitted for publication in the following journals: Caryologia, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences , and Science.


Subseries: Caryologia

Box 11
Folder 8

Correspondence and critiques

Subseries: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Includes critiques, correspondence and manuscripts. Arranged alphabetically by author.


Box 11
Folder 9

Alleman, Mary and Michael Freeling. The Mu transposable element of maize: Evidence for transposition and copy number regulation during development

Folder 10 Ausich, Rodney L. and Rose M. Murphy. Infection of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii by Agrobacterium tumefaciens

Folder 11 Blamire, John, Valerie R. Flechtner, and Ruth Sager. Regulation of nuclear DNA replication by the chloroplast in Chlamydomonas

Folder 12 Blumenthal, Thomas, James Douglass and Daniel Smith. Conformational alteration of protein synthesis elongation factor EF-Tu by EF-Ts and by kirromycin

Folder 13 Boynton, J. E. , W. G. Burton, N. G. Gillham, and E. H. Harris. Can a mom-Mendelian mutation affect both chloroplasts and mitochondrial ribosome?

Folder 14 Brewen, J. G. , and W. J. Peacock. Restricted rejoining of chromosomal subunits in aberration formation: A test for subunit dissimilarity.

Folder 15 Crandall, Marjorie, Lawrence M. Lawrence, and Robert M. Saunders. Molecular complementarity of yeast glycoprotein mating factors.

Folder 16 Drets, Maximo E. , and Margery W. Shaw. Specific banding patterns of human chromosomes.

Folder 17 Ferl, Robert J. and Drew Schwartz. Mutations of maize alcohol dehydrogenase-l isozymes which influence electrophoretic mobility in the presence of sodium dodecyl sulfate

Folder 18 Forest, Charlene L. and Robert K. Togasaki. Selection for conditional gametogenesis in Chlamydomonas reinhardi.

Folder 19 Goldstein, David J. , Robert K. Naviaux, Mary M. Davis, M. Edward Hodes and Thomas M. Ulbright. Pancreatic amylase specific monoclonal antibody binds salivary gland ducts

Folder 20 Helentjaris, Tim, David F. Weber, and Scott Wright. Use of monosomics to map cloned DNA fragments in maize

Folder 21 Lemieux, Claude, Monique Turmel, Verner L. Seligy and Robert W. Lee. Chloroplast DNA recombination in interspecific hybrids of Chlamydomonas.

Folder 22 Lien, Stephen, Anthony San Pietro, and Howard Gest. Mutational and physiological enhancement of photosynthetic energy-conversion in Rhodopseudomonas capsulata

Folder 23 Lowery-Goldhammer, Carolyn and John P. Richardson. An RNA-dependent nucleoside triphosphate phosphohydrolase (ATPase) associated with Rho termination factor.

Folder 24 Mahler, Henry R. and Karl Dawidowicz. Autonomy of mitochondria of Saccharomyces cerevisiae in their production of messenger RNA.

Folder 25 Marvo, Sandra L. , Steven R. King, and S. Richard Jaskunas. The role of short regions of homology in intermolecular illegitimate recombinations.

Folder 26 Miller, Carlos O. Cytokinin inhibition of electron transport in mitochondria

Folder 27 Miller, Carlos O. Zeatin ribonucleoside: A major cytokinin produced by crown gall tumor tissue

Folder 28 Newton, Kathleen J. and Virginia Walbot. Maize mitochondria synthesize organ-specific polypeptides.

Folder 29 Paul, Anna-Lisa, Vimla Vasil, Indra K. Vasil and Robert J. Ferl. Constitutive and anaerobically induced DNase-I hypersensitive sites in the 5' region of the maize Adh1 gene

Folder 30 Peralta, Ernest G. and Lloyd Walter Ream. T-DNA border sequences required for crown gall tumorigenesis.

Folder 31 Prensky, Wolf, Dale M. Steffensen, and W. L. Hughes. The use of iodinated RNA for gene localization.

Folder 32 Schlanger, Gladys and Ruth Sager. Localization of five antibiotic resistances at the subunit level in chloroplast ribosomes of Chlamydomonas.

Folder 33 Schwartz, Drew. Gene controlled cytosine demethylation in the promoter region of the Ac transposable element in maize.

Folder 34 Schwartz, Drew. On the control of embryonic development in maize

Folder 35 Schwartz, Drew. On the tissue specific regulation of gene function: Pre-setting and erasure

Folder 36 Schwartz, Drew. Regulation of the expression of the Adh genes in maize.

Folder 37 Simon, Anne E. and Milton W. Taylor. High frequency mutation at the ademine phosphor-ribosyltransferase locus in CHO cells due to deletion of the gene.

Folder 38 Steffensen, Dale M. and D. E. Wimber. Localization of tRHA genes in the salivary chromosomes of drosophila by RNA:DNA hybridization

Folder 39 Strausberg, Robert L. and Ronald A. Butow. Gene conversion at the vari locus on yeast mitochondrial DNA

Folder 40 Sun, N. C. , C. R. Y. Sun, A. W. Hsie and R. W. Tennant. Selective growth of some rodent epithelial cells in a medium containing citrulline

Folder 41 Surzycki, Stefan J. and N. W. Gillham. Organelle mutations and their expression in Chlamydomonas

Folder 42 Surzycki, Stefan J. and David L. Schellenbager. Purification and characterization of a putative igma factor from Chlamydomonas reinhardi reinhardi

Box 12
Folder 1

Tischfield, Jay A. and John J. Trill. Genetic instability at the adenine phosphoribosyl transferase locus In mouse L cells

Folder 2 Trofatter, James A., Stephen R. Dlouhy, William DeMyer, P. Michael Conneally, and M.E. Hodes. Pelizaeus-Merzbacher disease: Tight linkage to proteolopid protein (PLP) gene exon variant

Folder 3 Van Winkle-Swift, Karen P. Mating-type control of zygospore germination in Chlamydomonas: evidence from the homothallic species, C. monoica

Folder 4 von Wettstein, D. The synaptinemal complex and four strand crossing over

Folder 5 Watson, John C. and Stefan J. Surzycki. Extensive sequence homology in the DNA coding for elongation factor Tu from Escherichia coli and the Chlamydomonas reinhardi chloroplast

Folder 6 Williams, Gene R., Alice S. Williams and S.A. George. Hybridization of leucyl-tRNA isoacceptors from green leaves with nuclear and chloroplast DNA

Subseries: Science

Box 12
Folder 7

Includes critiques only

Series: Box 12
Folder

8-9


Grants

American Cancer Society. Research in genetically induced mutations of cytoplasmic entities (plastids), 1946-1948 

Series: Box 12
Folder

10


Jones patent

Materials concerning patent on the method of producing hybrid seed corn secured by Donald Jones.

Series: McClintock

Materials pertaining to Barbara McClintock including papers concerning awards, correspondence with Rhoades, research and writings, etc. (see also: General Correspondence: 1942, Jan 13, Randolph to Rhoades; Editorial boards: PNAS, Drets and Shaw article)


Subseries: Awards

(Includes letters and printed materials)


Box 12
Folder 11

Kimber award, 1967 

Folder 12 Lasker award, 1981 

Folder 13 MacArthur Foundation Prize Fellow, 1982 

Folder 14 National Medal of Science, 1970 

Folder 15 Nobel Prize, 1982 

Folder 16 Wolf Prize, 1981 

Folder 17 Biographical

Folder 18-22 Correspondence, 1935-1989 

Folder 23 Demonstrations

Folder 24 Lectures, 1939 

Folder 25 Lectures, 1941,  cytogenetics

Subseries: Writings

Box 12
Folder 26

Annual report, 1947-1948 

Folder 27 The AC locus, Part I, March, 1949 

Folder 28 Chromosome organization and genic expression, June 1951 

Folder 29 Control of gene action in maize

Folder 30 The Ds locus, Part III, April, 1949 

Folder 31 Memorandum to Marcus Rhoades. First Section, Jan., 1949 

Folder 32 The origin and location of transposed Ds 4710

Folder 33 Translocation

Folder 34 Printed

Series: Photographs

Box 12
Folder 35

Five group photos

Oversize Group photo

Series: Printed

Box 12
Folder 36

Printed materials