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Subject files - Part 1 General

The University of Melbourne
White, Michael James Denham (Aggregated by)
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This collection of Subject files (1937-1979) from the records of Michael James Denham White, geneticist and zoologist, consists of 19 files including:

Acacia bynoeana - distribution records and correspondence (1962);
Evolutionary genetics and speciation theory - bibliographical notes (1976 - 1979);
Literature review - Hybridization in the speciation of animals (1977);
Mantodea - checklist of Australian species, locations listings, notes;
Morabinae - catalogue of Chromosomal Rearrangements and Computer data (1960s - 1970s);
Parthenogenesis bibliography A-Z (late 1970s);
Press cuttings - genes, crime, human evolution and other topics (1968-1982);
Techniques - notes, memoranda and photocopies on insect cytogenetic techniques, staining and banding techniques and the BrdU-Hoechst technique (1937, 1974-1978);
Trip to Madagascar - diary-notebook (1968);
Trip to Southern Africa - notebook (1963);
Trip to Western Australia and eastern New South Wales - field notes (1972);
Trip to Western Australia - January-February 1972 - locations listing;
University of Melbourne - course outlines, departmental accounts (1959-1975);
Webb, G.C. - Trip to Kalgoorlie - field notes from collecting trip (1976).

Types of record include: distribution records, correspondence, checklists, notes, bibliographic notes, press cuttings, field notes.

19 files (0.1 linear shelf metres).

Data time period: 1937 to 1979

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