This person went to Cornell and studied botany.
The Cornell Group
This group's adviser was the most renowned cytologist of their time.
These individuals were skeptical of a woman going to school and studying cytology.
This person stood up for the research on transposition.
This person used conversations to gather information for their book.
This individual was a maize cytologist.
This person helped with social integration.
This person was the chairman of the Plant Breeding Department at Cornell.
This organization provided support when no one else would.
This person co-authored one of the most important papers in genetics.
These individuals were instrumental in helping their field become the dominant research paradigm in genetics during the 1950s.
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