Albertus Franciscus Blakeslee

Albertus Franciscus Blakeslee (natus in Geneseo, Novum Eboracum die 9 Novembris 1874; mortuus est die 16 Novembris 1954 in Northampton, Massachusetta) fuit botanista Americanus.

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  • A. F. Blakeslee (1904): Sexual reproduction in the Mucorineae, Proc. Americ. Acad. Arts Sci. 40: 205–319.
  • A. F. Blakeslee (1922): Variations in Datura Due to Changes in Chromosome Number, The American Naturalist, 56 (642) : 16–31.
  • Sophia Satina und A. F. Blakeslee (1926): The Mucor Parasite Parasitella in Relation to Sex, Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 12(3): 202–207.
  • A. F. Blakeslee und A. G. Avery (1937): Methods inducing doubling of chromosomes in plants, The Journal of heredity 28: 393–411.
  • A. F. Blakeslee, S. Satina und A. G. Avery (1940): Utilization of induced periclinal chimeras in determining the constitution of organs and their origin from three germ layers in Datura, Science 91: 423.

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