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RHOADES MSS.

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Inventory

I. General correspondence

  • Additional correspondence can be found throughout the collection. The correspondence is not indexed.
  • Box 1: 1933-1960
  • Box 2: 1961-1974
  • Box 3: 1975-1992

II. Research and writings

  • A complete list is available.
  • Box 3, folder 27 - Box 7, folder 2: By Rhoades. Arranged alphabetically by title.
  • Box 7, folders 3-13: By others. Arranged alphabetically by author

III. Appointments

  • Includes materials relating to Rhoades's position at the United States Department of Agriculture and his various university appointments. Arranged in chronological order.
Box 7
  • folder 14: 1935-1940. United States Department of Agriculture. Arlington Farm, Virginia.
  • folders 15-16: 1940-1948. Columbia University
  • folder 17: 1948-1958. University of Illinois
  • folders 18-31: 1958-1968. Indiana University

IV. Classes

  • Includes notes, tests, etc. pertaining to classes Rhoades attended and those he taught. Arranged alphabetically by subject or title of class.
Box 7
  • folder 32: Accidents of meiosis
  • folder 33: Apomixis
  • folder 34: Bacteriology 405: Genetics of microorganisms
  • folder 35: Botany 31 (1925)
  • folders 36-37: Botany 201-202
  • folder 38: Botany 320 - Cytology
  • folder 39: Centromere
  • folder 40: Chemical induction of mutation
Box 8
  • folder 1: Chromosome structure
  • folder 2: Chromosome structure, composition and replication
  • folders 3-7: Crossing over
  • folder 8: Cytogenetics, 1968
  • folder 9: Cytogenetics, 1974
  • folder 10: Cytology, 1929
  • folder 11: Cytology, 1933
  • folder 12: Embryo sac development
  • folder 13: Endomitosis
  • folder 14: Evolution of chromosome form and number
  • folder 15: Gene and cytoplasm, iojap and plastids
  • folder 16: Genetics 101 - University of California
  • folder 17: Genetics 530 - Iowa State College 1934
  • folder 18: Genic control (Ds-Ac)
  • folder 19: Heterochromatin
  • folder 20: Inversions
  • folder 21: Meiosis
  • folder 22: Meiotic drive
  • folder 23: Microtechnique
  • folder 24: Mitosis
  • folder 25: Molecular genetics
  • folder 26: Mutation
  • folder 27: Mutation Ac Ds
  • folder 28: Mutation Dt gene
  • folder 29: Mutation Rr,A b
  • folder 30: Neurospora crossing over
  • folder 31: Nucleolus
  • folder 32: Pericentric inversions
  • folder 33: Polyploidy
  • folder 34: Position effect
  • folder 35: Recombination - centromere
  • folder 36: Sex determination
  • folder 37: Sister strand crossing over
  • folder 38: Somatic crossing over
  • folder 39: Temperature-moisture-time complex
  • folders 40-42: Translocations
  • folder 43: Unequal crossing over
  • folder 44: Unusual genetic mechanisms

V. Committees

  • Committees served on by Rhoades at universities and institutes outside his full-time appointments. Includes materials concerning personnel selection and reviews of departments.
Box 9
  • folder 1: Brookhaven National Lab, visiting committee, 1968
  • folders 2-7: Cornell University, Biology Studies, 1963
  • folder 8: Harvard University, Department of Biology, 1968
  • folder 9: Harvard University, faculty appointment, 1968
  • folder 10: University of Copenhagen, faculty appointment, 1975
  • folder 11: University of Rochester, training grant renewal, 1970
  • folder 12: University of Vermont, Department of Plant and Soil, and Department of Botany, 1975

VI. Conferences and organizations

Box 9
  • folder 13: Agricultural Research Service, information kit
  • folder 14: Allerton meeting, 1959
  • folder 15: American Genetic Association, 1960-1963
  • folder 16: American Institute of Biological Sciences, 1969-1970
  • folder 17: American Philosophical Society, 1987
  • folder 18: American Society of Naturalists, 1950-1951
  • folder 19: Biology Research Conference on Chromosome Mechanics at the Molecular Level, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Apr. 10-13, 1967
  • folder 20: Botanical Society of America, Hoblitzelle National Award, 1957-1965
  • folders 21-23: Genetics, Inc., 1939-1962
  • folders 24-25: Genetics Society of America, 1941-1980
Box 10
  • folders 1-5: Genetics Society of America, 1941-1980 (con't)
  • folders 6-8: Guggenheim, 1964-1976
  • folder 9: Hybrid Corn Industry Conference, Nov. 28-29, 1951
  • folders 10-11: International Committee on Genetic Symbols and Nomenclature, 1954-1973
  • folder 12: International Conference on Replication and Recombination of Genetic Material, Canberra, Australia, Aug. 28-Sept. 1, 1967
  • folder 13: International Congress of Genetics - Exhibition, Scotland, 1939
  • folder 14: International Genetics Symposia, Japan, Sept. 6-12, 1956
  • folder 15: International Maize Symposium, University of Illinois, 1975
  • folder 16: Methodology in Medical Genetics symposium, Austin, Texas, May 3-5, 1961
  • folder 17: National Academy of Sciences, Joseph Henry Fund, 1965-1970
  • folder 18: National Institutes of Health, Division of Research Grants applications, 1962
  • folder 19: National Institutes of Health, Fundamental Genetics proposal, n.d.
  • folders 20-21: National Research Council, Division of Biology and Agriculture, 1942-1967
  • folder 22: National Science Foundation: reports of meetings, National Medal of Science award, and proposals, 1962-1981
Box 11
  • folders 1-5: National Science Foundation:... (cont'd)
  • folder 6: Stadler Genetics Symposium, University of Missouri-Columbia, Apr. 13-14, 1973
  • folder 7: Unités Biologiques Douées de Continuité Génétique, Paris, June 25-July 3, 1948

VII. Editorial boards

  • Includes correspondence, critiques and reviews by Rhoades and others, as well as the papers submitted for publication in the following journals: Caryologia, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, and Science.

Caryologia

Box 11
  • folder 8: Correspondence and critiques.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Includes critiques, correspondence and manuscripts. Arranged alphabetically by author.

  • folder 9: Alleman, Mary and Michael Freeling. The Mu transposable element of maize: Evidence for transposition and copy number regulation during development
  • folder 10: Ausich, Rodney L. and Rose M. Murphy. Infection of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii by Agrobacterium tumefaciens
  • folder 11: Blamire, John, Valerie R. Flechtner, and Ruth Sager. Regulation of nuclear DNA replication by the chloroplast in Chlamydomonas
  • folder 12: Blumenthal, Thomas, James Douglass and Daniel Smith. Conformational alteration of protein synthesis elongation factor EF-Tu by EF-Ts and by kirromycin
  • folder 13: Boynton, J.E., W.G. Burton, N.G. Gillham, and E.H. Harris. Can a mom-Mendelian mutation affect both chloroplasts and mitochondrial ribosome?
  • folder 14: Brewen, J.G., and W.J. Peacock. Restricted rejoining of chromosomal subunits in aberration formation: A test for subunit dissimilarity.
  • folder 15: Crandall, Marjorie, Lawrence M. Lawrence, and Robert M. Saunders. Molecular complementarity of yeast glycoprotein mating factors.
  • folder 16: Drets, Maximo E., and Margery W. Shaw. Specific banding patterns of human chromosomes.
  • folder 17: Ferl, Robert J. and Drew Schwartz. Mutations of maize alcohol dehydrogenase-l isozymes which influence electrophoretic mobility in the presence of sodium dodecyl sulfate
  • folder 18: Forest, Charlene L. and Robert K. Togasaki. Selection for conditional gametogenesis in Chlamydomonas reinhardi.
  • folder 19: Goldstein, David J., Robert K. Naviaux, Mary M. Davis, M. Edward Hodes and Thomas M. Ulbright. Pancreatic amylase specific monoclonal antibody binds salivary gland ducts
  • folder 20: Helentjaris, Tim, David F. Weber, and Scott Wright. Use of monosomics to map cloned DNA fragments in maize
  • folder 21:Lemieux, Claude, Monique Turmel, Verner L. Seligy and Robert W. Lee. Chloroplast DNA recombination in interspecific hybrids of Chlamydomonas.
  • folder 22: Lien, Stephen, Anthony San Pietro, and Howard Gest. Mutational and physiological enhancement of photosynthetic energy-conversion in Rhodopseudomonas capsulata
  • folder 23: Lowery-Goldhammer, Carolyn and John P. Richardson. An RNA-dependent nucleoside triphosphate phosphohydrolase (ATPase) associated with Rho termination factor.
  • folder 24: Mahler, Henry R. and Karl Dawidowicz. Autonomy of mitochondria of Saccharomyces cerevisiae in their production of messenger RNA.
  • folder 25: Marvo, Sandra L., Steven R. King, and S. Richard Jaskunas. The role of short regions of homology in intermolecular illegitimate recombinations.
  • folder 26: Miller, Carlos O. Cytokinin inhibition of electron transport in mitochondria
  • folder 27: Miller, Carlos O. Zeatin ribonucleoside: A major cytokinin produced by crown gall tumor tissue
  • folder 28: Newton, Kathleen J. and Virginia Walbot. Maize mitochondria synthesize organ-specific polypeptides.
  • folder 29: Paul, Anna-Lisa, Vimla Vasil, Indra K. Vasil and Robert J. Ferl. Constitutive and anaerobically induced DNase-I hypersensitive sites in the 5' region of the maize Adh1 gene
  • folder 30: Peralta, Ernest G. and Lloyd Walter Ream. T-DNA border sequences required for crown gall tumorigenesis.
  • folder 31: Prensky, Wolf, Dale M. Steffensen, and W.L. Hughes. The use of iodinated RNA for gene localization.
  • folder 32:Schlanger, Gladys and Ruth Sager. Localization of five antibiotic resistances at the subunit level in chloroplast ribosomes of Chlamydomonas.
  • folder 33: Schwartz, Drew. Gene controlled cytosine demethylation in the promoter region of the Ac transposable element in maize.
  • folder 34: Schwartz, Drew. On the control of embryonic development in maize
  • folder 35: Schwartz, Drew. On the tissue specific regulation of gene function: Pre-setting and erasure
  • folder 36: Schwartz, Drew. Regulation of the expression of the Adh genes in maize.
  • folder 37: Simon, Anne E. and Milton W. Taylor. High frequency mutation at the ademine phosphor-ribosyltransferase locus in CHO cells due to deletion of the gene.
  • folder 38: Steffensen, Dale M. and D.E. Wimber. Localization of tRHA genes in the salivary chromosomes of drosophila by RNA:DNA hybridization
  • folder 39: Strausberg, Robert L. and Ronald A. Butow. Gene conversion at the vari locus on yeast mitochondrial DNA
  • folder 40: Sun, N.C., C.R.Y. Sun, A.W. Hsie and R.W. Tennant. Selective growth of some rodent epithelial cells in a medium containing citrulline
  • folder 41: Surzycki, Stefan J. and N.W. Gillham. Organelle mutations and their expression in Chlamydomonas
  • folder 42: Surzycki, Stefan J. and David L. Schellenbager. Purification and characterization of a putative igma factor from Chlamydomonas reinhardi reinhardi
Box 12
  • folder 1: Tischfield, Jay A. and John J. Trill. Genetic instability at the adenine phosphoribosyl transferase locus In mouse L cells
  • folder 2: Trofatter, James A., Stephen R. Dlouhy, William DeMyer, P. Michael Conneally, and M.E. Hodes. Pelizaeus-Merzbacher disease: Tight linkage to proteolopid protein (PLP) gene exon variant.
  • folder 3: Van Winkle-Swift, Karen P. Mating-type control of zygospore germination in Chlamydomonas: evidence from the homothallic species, C. monoica.
  • folder 4: von Wettstein, D. The synaptinemal complex and four strand crossing over.
  • folder 5: Watson, John C. and Stefan J. Surzycki. Extensive sequence homology in the DNA coding for elongation factor Tu from Escherichia coli and the Chlamydomonas reinhardi chloroplast
  • folder 6: Williams, Gene R., Alice S. Williams and S.A. George. Hybridization of leucyl-tRNA isoacceptors from green leaves with nuclear and chloroplast DNA

Science

Box 12
  • folder 7: Includes critiques only

VIII. Grants

Box 12
  • folders 8-9: American Cancer Society. Research in genetically induced mutations of cytoplasmic entities (plastids), 1946-1948

IX. Jones patent

Box 12
  • folder 10: Materials concerning patent on the method of producing hybrid seed corn secured by Donald Jones.

X. McClintock

  • Materials pertaining to Barbara McClintock including papers concerning awards, correspondence with Rhoades, research and writings, etc. (see also: Correspondence: 1942, Jan 13, Randolph to Rhoades; Editorial boards: PNAS, Drets and Shaw)
Box 12
Awards (includes letters and printed materials)
  • folder 11: Kimber award - 1967
  • folder 12: Lasker award - 1981
  • folder 13: MacArthur Foundation Prize Fellow - 1982
  • folder 14: National Medal of Science - 1970
  • folder 15: Nobel Prize - 1982
  • folder 16: Wolf Prize - 1981
  • folder 17: Biographical
  • folders 18-22: Correspondence, 1935-1989
  • folder 23: Demonstrations
  • folder 24: Lectures: 1939
  • folder 25: Lectures: 1941, cytogenetics
Writings
  • folder 26: Annual report, 1947-1948
  • folder 27: The AC locus, Part I. March, 1949
  • folder 28: Chromosome organization and genic expression. June 1951
  • folder 29: Control of gene action in maize
  • folder 30: The Ds locus, Part III. April, 1949
  • folder 31: Memorandum to Marcus Rhoades. First Section. Jan. 1949
  • folder 32: The origin and location of transposed Ds 4710
  • folder 33: Translocation
  • folder 34: Printed

XI. Photographs

Box 12
  • folder 35: Five group photos.
Oversize: Group photo

XII. Printed

Box 12
  • folder 36

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