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.

Barbara suggested that we must have what to "let it come 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.

Max Delbruck first came to the United States from what country? (from Chapter 10, Molecular Biology)

4.

The step-by-step evolution of Barbara's interpretation could be followed from her annual reports she wrote for who? (from Chapter 8, Transposition)

5.

What did Barbara think when she found that Drosophila that were affected by radiation were more vigorous than the standard Drosophila? (from Chapter 12, A Feeling for the Organism)

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