Rollins Emerson, US geneticist

Rollins Emerson, US geneticist

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Caption: Rollins Emerson (1873-1947), US geneticist. Emerson is most famous for rediscovering the laws of inheritance established by Gregor Mendel. He focused his work on the heritability of pericarp variegation in calico maize.

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