A Feeling for the Organism: The Life and Work of Barbara McClintock Quiz

Evelyn Fox Keller
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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

Keller also mentioned that Barbara suggested to us that we must have what to "hear what the material has to say to you"? (from Chapter 12, A Feeling for the Organism)

2.

Darlington described that in an adaptive hierarchy the chromosomes always come first. What comes second? (from Chapter 6, Interlude: A Sketch of the Terrain)

3.

Who said of Barbara that "she was able to convey it to someone who was completely outside the field. She was able to make it real?" (from Chapter 8, Transposition)

4.

The three major concerns of twentieth-century biology have been and still are what? (from Chapter 6, Interlude: A Sketch of the Terrain)

5.

What is Neurospora? (from Chapter 7, Cold Spring Harbor)

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