Bibliography - McClintock

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1928. B. A genic disturbance of meiosis in Zea mays. Science 68: 433 (with G.W. Beadle).

1929. A cytological and genetical study of triploid maize. Genetics 14: 180-222.

1929. A method for making aceto-carmin smears permanent. Stain Technology 4: 53-56.

1929. A 2N-1 chromosomal chimera in maize. Journal of Heredity 20: 218.

1929. Chromosome morphology in Zea mays. Science 69: 629.

1930. A cytological demonstration of the location of an interchange between two non-homologous chromosomes of Zea mays. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 16: 791-796.

1931. The cytological identification of the chromosome associated with the R-G linkage group in Zea mays. Genetics 16: 175-190 (with H.E. Hill).

1931. The order of the genes C, Sh and Wx in Zea mays with reference to a cytologically known point in the chromosome. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 17: 485-491.

1931. A correlation of cytological and genetical crossing-over in Zea mays. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 17: 492-497 (with Harriet B. Creighton).

1931. Cytological observations of deficiencies involving known genes, translocations and an inversion in Zea mays. Missouri Agricultural Experiment Station Research Bulletin 163: 1-30.

1932. A correlation of ring-shaped chromosomes with variegation in Zea Mays. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 18: 677-681.

1933. The association of non-homologous parts of chromosomes in the mid- prophase of meiosis in Zea mays. Zeitschrift fur Zellforschung und mikroskopische Anatomie 19: 191-237.

1934. The relation of a particular chromosomal element to the development of the nucleoli in Zea mays. Zeitschrift fur Zellforschung und mikroskopische Anatomie 21: 294-328.

1935. The collelation of cytological and genetical crossing-over in Zea mays. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 21: 148-150 (with Harriet B. Creighton).

1935. The cytogenetics of maize. Botanical Review 1: 292-325 (with M.M. Rhoades).

1937. The production of maize plants mosaic for homozygous deficiencies: Simulation of the bmMDSD1 phenotype through loss of the Bm1 locus. Genetics 22: 200.

1938. A method for detecting potential mutations of a specific chromosomal region. Genetics 23: 159.

1938. The production of homozygous deficient tissues with mutant characteristics by means of the aberrant mitotic behavior of ring-shaped chromosomes. Genetics 23: 315-376.

1938. The fusion of broken ends of sister half-chromatids following chromatid breakage at meiotic anaphases. Missouri Agricultural Experiment Station Research Bulletin 290: 1-48.

1939. The behavior in successive nuclear divisions of a chromosome broken at meiosis. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 25: 405-416.

1941. The stability of broken ends of chromosomes in Zea mays. Genetics 26: 234-282.

1941. The association of mutants with homozygous deficiencies in Zea mays. Genetics 26: 542-571.

1941. Spontaneous alterations in chromosome size and form in Zea mays. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology 9: 72-80

1942. The fusion of broken ends of chromosomes following nuclear fusion. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 11: 458-463 .

1942. Maize genetics. Carnegie Institute of Washington Year Book #41: 181-186.

1943. Maize genetics. Carnegie Institute of Washington Year Book #42: 148-152.

1944. The relation of homozygous deficiencies to mutations and allelic series in maize. Genetics 29: 478-502.

1944. Maize genetics. Carnegie Institute of Washington Year Book #43: 127-135.

1944. Breakage-fusion-bridge cycle induced deficiencies in the short arm of chromosome 9. Maize Genetics Cooperation News Letter 18: 24-26.

1945. Neurospora: Preliminary observations of the chromosomes of Neurospora crassa. American Journal of Botany 32: 671-678.

1945. Cytogenetic studies of maize and Neurospora. Carnegie Institute of Washington Year Book #44: 108-112.

1946. Maize genetics. Carnegie Institute of Washington Year Book #45: 176-186.

1947. Cytogenetic studies of maize and Neurospora. Carnegie Institute of Washington Year Book #46: 146-152.

1948. Mutable loci in maize. Carnegie Institute of Washington Year Book #47: 155-169.

1949. Mutable loci in maize. Carnegie Institute of Washington Year Book #48: 142-154.

1950. The origin and behavior of mutable loci in maize. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 36: 344-355.

1950. Mutable loci in maize. Carnegie Institute of Washington Year Book #49: 157-167.

1951. Mutable loci in maize. Carnegie Institute of Washington Year Book #50: 174-181.

1951. Chromosome organization and genic expression. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology 16: 13-47.

1952. Mutable loci in maize. Carnegie Institute of Washington Year Book #51: 212-219.

1953. Induction of instability at selected loci in maize. Genetics 38: 579-599.

1953. Mutation in maize. Carnegie Institute of Washington Year Book #52: 227-237.

1954. Mutations in maize and chromosomal aberrations in Neurospora. Carnegie Institute of Washington Year Book #53: 254-260.

1955. 1. Spread of mutational change along the chromosome. 2. A case of Ac-induced instability at the Bronze locus in chromosome 9. 3. Transposition sequences of AC. 4. A suppressor-mutator system of control of gene action and mutational change. 5. System responsible for mutations at aMDSD-1 -m2. Maize Genetics Cooperation News Letter 29: 9-13.

1956. Intranuclear systems controlling gene action and mutation. Brookhaven Symposium in Biology #8: 58-74 (Symposium held in June, 1955).

1955. Controlled mutation in maize. Carnegie Institute of Washington Year Book #54: 245- 255.

1956. Mutation in maize. Carnegie Institute of Washington Year Book #55: 323-332.

1956. 1. Further study of the aMDSD-1MDSUm-1-Spm system. 2. Further study of Ac-control of mutation at the bronze locus in chromosome 9. 3. Degree of spread of mutation along the chromosome induced by Ds. 4. Studies of instability of chromosome behavior of components of a modified chromosome. Maize Genetics Cooperation News Letter 30: 12-20.

1956. Controlling elements and the gene. Cold Spring Harbor Symp. Quant. Biol. 21: 197-216.

1957. 1. Continued study of stability of location of Spm. 2. Continued study of a structurally modified chromosome 9. Maize Genetics Cooperation News Letter 31: 31-39.

1957. Genetic and cytological studies of maize. Carnegie Institute of Washington Year Book #56: 393-401.

1958. The suppressor-mutator system of control of gene action in maize. Carnegie Institute of Washington Year Book #57: 415-429.

1959. Genetic and cytological studies of maize. Carnegie Institute of Washington Year Book #58: 452-456.

1960. Chromosome constitutions of Mexican and Guatemalan races of maize. Carnegie Institute of Washington Year Book #59: 461-472.

1961. Some parallels between gene control systems in maize and in bacteria. American Naturalist 95: 265-277.

1961. Further studies of the suppressor-mutator system of control of gene action in maize. Carnegie Institute of Washington Year Book #60: 469-476.

1962. Topographical relations between elements of control systems in maize. Carnegie Institute of Washington Year Book #61: 448-461.

1963. Further studies of gene control systems in maize. Carnegie Institute of Washington Year Book #62: 486-493.

1964. Aspects of gene regulation in maize. Carnegie Institute of Washington Year Book #63: 592-602.

1965. (1) Restoration of AMDSD1 gene action by crossing over. (2) Attempts to separate Ds from neighboring gene loci. Maize Genetics Cooperation News Letter #39: 42-51.

1965. Components of action of the regulators Spm and AC. Carnegie Institute of Washington Year Book #64: 527-536.

1965. The control of gene action in maize. Brookhaven Symp. in Biol. #18: 162-184.

1967. Regulation of pattern of gene expression by controlling elements in maize. Carnegie Institute of Washington Year Book #65: 563-578.

1968. The states of a gene locus in maize. Carnegie Institute of Washington Year Book #66: 20-28.

1968. Genetic systems regulating gene expression during development. Developmental Biology Suppliment 1:84-12. from The 26th Symposium of the Society for Developmental Biology (June, 1967. "Control Mechanisms in Develop- mental Processes". Academic Press, Inc.).

1971. The contribution of one component of a control system to versatility of gene expression. Carnegie Institute of Washington Year Book #70: 5-17/

1978. Significance of chromosome constitutions in tracing the origin and migration of races of maize in the Americase Americas. Chapter 11: pp. 159-184, in Maize, Breeding and Genetics. W.D. Walden (ed.), John Wiley & Sons, New York

1978. Development of the maize endosperm as revealed by clones. The 36th Symposium of the Society for Developmental Biology (June, 1977. "The Clonal Basis of Development." pp. 217-237).

1978. Mechanisms that rapidly reorganize the genome. Stadler Genetics Symposium Volume 10, pp. 25-48.

1980. Modified gene expressions induced by transposable elements. Miami Winter Symposium #17: 11-19. ("Mobilization and Reassembly of Genetic Information." Academic Press, Inc. New York. With W.A. Scott, R. Werner, D.R. Joseph, and Julius Schultz, eds.).

1981. Chromosome constitutions of races of maize. Their significance for interpreting relationships among races and strains in the Americas (A monograph.) Published by Colegio de Postgraduados, Escuela National de Agricultura, Chapingo, Edo. Mexico (with T.A. Kato Y and A. Blumenschein (eds.).

1987. The Discovery and Characterization of Transposable Elements: The collected papers of Barbara McClintock. (From Genes, Cells and Organisms: Great Books in Experimental Biology series) Garland Publishing, Inc. NY & London.

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