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Experimental Studies on Germinal Localization (1904), by Edmund B. Wilson

"Experimental Studies on Germinal Localization" (1904), by Edmund B. Wilson

At the turn of the twentieth century, Edmund B. Wilson performed experiments to show where germinal matter was located in molluscs. At Columbia University in New York City, New York, Wilson studied what causes cells to differentiate during development. In 1904 he conducted his experiments on molluscs, and he modified the

"Human Toxoplasmosis: Occurrence in Infants as an Encephalomyelitis Verification of Transmission to Animals" (1939), by Abner Wolf et al.

"Human Toxoplasmosis: Occurrence in Infants as an Encephalomyelitis Verification of Transmission to Animals" (1939), by Abner Wolf et al.

In a series of experiments during mid 1930s, a team of researchers in New York helped establish that bacteria of the species Toxoplasma gondii can infect humans, and in infants can cause toxoplasmosis, a disease that inflames brains, lungs, and hearts.

The Cell in Development and Inheritance (1900), by Edmund Beecher Wilson

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The Cell in Development and Inheritance, by Edmund Beecher Wilson, provided a textb

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