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VII. SPEECHES AND LECTURES

The speeches and lectures are arranged in one chronological order. Included are notes for speeches and lectures as well as correspondence and other related materials. See also: III. Courses
Box 51
  • c.1928. History of Biological Words in Relation to the History of Biology
  • 1930, Nov. Biological Significance of Marriage
  • 1930-1936 and undated. Lectures on Heredity and Environment
  • 1931, Nov. 19. Biological Evidence for Organic Evolution
  • 1931-1932. Genetics in Relation to Education
  • 1934 or 1935. A Chip off the Old Block: Relative Contribution of Mother and Father to Inheritance of the Child, Supper Club Lecture
  • 1937, Mar. Heredity and Reproduction, Md. State College for Teachers, Towson
  • 1937, Apr. Recent Advances in Genetics, Hood College
  • 1937-1938. Club Lectures
  • 1940. Present Status of Genetics: Concept of the Gene, Sociology Dept.
  • 1942, Sept. Problems and Results on Paramecium Aurelia
  • 1944. Sexuality and Evolution, Vanderbilt Lecture
  • 1945, Feb. 21. A hypothesis of gene structure and action based on studies of Paramecium, seminar at I.U.
  • 1945, Apr. Gene Action in Paramecium, Lecture at Rockefeller Hospital
  • 1946, Jan. 26-28. Current work on cytoplasmic factors in Paramecium, Conference on Mutations, New York City
  • 1946, July 11. The origin, nature and significance of hereditary diversities arising within killer clones of Paramecium aurelia, Cold Spring Harbor
  • 1946. Some Properties of Kappa and of Paramecium in P. Aurelia, Variety 4, AAAS, Boston
  • 1947, Mar. 21. Lecture at Indianapolis
  • 1947, Mar. 27. Unique features and problems in genetics of microorganisms, University of Illinois
  • 1947, May 27. Biology's need for a new chemistry,
  • 1947, Oct.-Nov. Sigmi Xi lectureship tour (3 folders)
  • 1948, Sept. 3. Determination and transformation of antigenic type in Paramecium, Physiology Seminar, W.H.
  • 1948, Sept. 22-28. Genetics of microorganisms
  • 1948. The Uses of Useless Inquiry
  • 1949, Jan. 17. The Role of Cytoplasm in Heredity, Blakeslee's class at Harvard
  • 1949, Jan. 17. Genes, cytoplasm & environment in the control of cellular heredity, Wellesley College
  • 1949, Jan. 27-28. Lectures at Ohio State
  • [1949, Jan.]. Lectures at Yale University
  • 1949, Apr. 12. Heredity, environment and politics, I.U. Men's Faculty Club
  • 1949, May 31-June 4. The Role of Cytoplasm in Heredity. Gene Conference, Shelter Island. Includes photograph of participants
  • 1949, June 24. Recent developments in genetic of Paramecium, Glasgow
  • 1949, July 29. Environmental cytology and genes in control of heredity in Paramecium, Woods Hole
  • 1949, Oct. 5. Protozoa in Biological Research and Theory
  • 1949, Oct. 26. Cytoplasm, environment and genes in the control Paramecium serotypes, Biol. J. Club
  • 1949 or 1950. Physical Basis of Cellular Transformations, Vermont
  • 1950, Jan. 23. Cellular variation: Antibiotics and antigens, Lilly lecture
  • 1950, Mar. 10-12. Paramecium Conference, 1st, Bloomington, Indiana
  • 1950, Apr. 6. Antigenic Types in Paramecium in Relation to Cytoplasmic Inheritance, Oak Ridge
  • 1950, July 10-21. Symposium on The physiology and chemistry of the cell, University of Michigan
  • 1950, July 22. Nucleus and cytoplasm: Interrelations, Michigan seminar
  • 1950, Nov. 20. R 35 observatory, Wiess's class
  • 1950, Dec. 5. Paramecium in modern biology, Chicago
  • 1951, Sept. 3-7. Annual Paramecium Conference, 2nd, Bloomington, Indiana
  • 1951, Oct. 9. Transformation of cellular antigens, Bethesda
  • 1951. Our Researches on Paramecium Aurelia, I.U.
  • 1952, Jan. 8. Transformation Experiment on 51D, Weiss's Immunology class
  • 1952, Mar. 5. Sigma Xi lecture, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • 1952, May 17. Interaction of genes, cytology and environment in control of cell heredity in paramecium
  • 1952, Oct. 10. The development of resistance and susceptibility of microorganisms to their specific antibodies. I.U. Research Group, Indianapolis Medical Center
  • 1953, Oct. Cellular variations: antibiotics and antigens
  • 1953, Oct. 22. The Fascinating World of Protozoa, H.S.
  • Biology Teachers Conference, Indianapolis
  • 1953; 1963. Lectures on Serotypes
  • 1953. Review of Serotypes
  • 1953. Summary of My Views on Cancer
  • 1954. You and Heredity, H.S. Seniors
  • 1954, Apr. 13. Tapping the Hidden Resources of the Cell, Urbana
  • 1954, June 25. Mathematics in the Theory and Study of Heredity and Evolution, I.U. Workshop
  • 1955, Mar. 9-11; 1955, Paris. Paramecium in Modern Biology, University of London (7 folders)
  • 1955, Sept. Inheritance of Effects of Parental Age in Paramecium, Gerontological Society Paper
  • 1955, Nov. 15. Genetics of Paramecium, Western Reserve
  • 1955. How Scientific Discoveries are Made, Wellesley College, (2 folders)
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  • 1956, Mar. 7. Evolution in microorganisms (unicellulars), Young's evolution course.
  • 1956, Aug. 3. High School teachers of biology
  • 1956, Aug. 13. An Episode in Biological Science, Boulder, CO
  • 1956, Aug. 29. From a Drop of Water, Presidential Address American Society of Zoologists, Storrs, Connecticut
  • 1956, Sept. 7. Un episodio en las ciencias biologicas. La Sociedad Mexicana de Historia Natural
  • 1956, Nov. 8. The meaning of some variations in the biology of ciliates, Notre Dame
  • 1957, May 2-3. Papers and discussion presented at the Proceedings of The Gatlinburg Aging Conference
  • 1957, June 7. The Microscopic and Submicroscopic Living World, I.U. Alumni Institute (2 folders)
  • 1957, Oct. 25. The Role of Cytoplasm in Heredity and Cellular Diversity, Copenhagen
  • 1957, Nov. Kappa and paramecium. Waldenburg lecture
  • 1957. Breeding Systems and the General Biology of Ciliates, Tübingen
  • 1957. The Gif Conference on Cytoplasmic Inheritance
  • 1957. Lectures on Aging
  • 1958, Oct. 2-3. Darwinism: Origins, development consequences; Darwinism and genetics; Kappa, Kansas University (2 folders)
  • 1958. Gif Conference on Extrachromosonal Heredity
  • 1959, Jan. 28. The Cytoplasm in Heredity and Development. New York, Knoxville, Oak Ridge
  • 1959, Apr. 8. Evolution in the flagellates and ciliates; origin of the Eumetazoa, Muller's evolution class
  • 1959, Apr. 30. The Meaning of Evolution for Man Today. University of Illinois, Urbana
  • 1959, May 13. Kappa and related particles; Breeding systems and reproductive methods in protozoa, Ohio State
  • 1959, June 24. Cytoplasm in heredity and development, Des Moines, IO, high school teachers
  • 1959, June 25. Gene and gene action: recent advances, Des Moines, IA
  • 1959, June 28. Some biological principles discovered in 30 years of research on Paramecium, Bot. Inst., high school inst., prot. class
  • 1959, Oct. 11, 14, 15. The control of gene action; Kappa and problems of hereditary symbiosis; Systems of Nucleocytoplasmic Interaction. I. Mating Types, Western Reserve University
  • 1959. Breeding systems and reproductive methods and the biology of the protozoa, Ohio State
  • 1959. The cytoplasmic contribution to heredity (and development)
  • 1959. Notes for a Lecture on 33 Years of Research
  • 1960, Jan. 25-26. Perspectives in Virology II. New York City
  • 1960, Feb. 18. Human Nature and what can be done about it. I.U. Colloquim.
  • 1960, Mar. American Cancer Society, Virus Panel, Science Writer's Seminar, Louisville
  • 1960, Apr. 19. Genetics: determination of the materials we are made of;... Bluffton
  • 1960, Apr. 20. Levels of Specificity in Biology, Haverford College, Haverford, PA
  • 1960, Apr. 30. Nucleo-cytoplasmic Relations, National Poultry Breeders' Round Table
  • 1960, May 3. Recent advances in general and human genetics, I.U. Medical School, pediatricians and obstetricians
  • 1960, May 31. The genetics of form or structure or organization, Colorado; The gene and cell differentiation, University of Colorado Medical Center, Denver, CO
  • 1960, June 20. St. Vincent's Hospital, Obstetric and Gynecologic Conference
  • 1960, Aug. 25-26. Cytoplasmic Inheritance, Cold Spring Harbor Conference
  • 1960, Sept. 11, 15, Nov. 8, Dec. 10. Bonner lecture
  • 1960, Oct. 17, 18, 20. The Genetics of Substance and Organization, Vanuxem Lectures, Princeton University (5 folders)
  • 1960, Oct. 21. Genetics of cellular organization, Washington
  • 1960, Nov. 16. Cortical genetics in Paramecium, I.U. Journal Club
  • 1960, Dec. 1. Cortical genetics, Urbana, IL
  • 1961, Jan. 13 and 16. Genetic control of cellular organization, Pittsburgh and Harvard University
  • 1961, Mar. 16. The Genetics of Diversity in Cellular Organization, Institute of Science and Technology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
  • 1961, June 19. A Liberal Education in the 1960s, High School Science Student Institute, Indiana University
  • 1961, Sept. "...For 30 yrs have been exploiting Param to reveal roles..." [first line], on Grant Hôtel Salsjöbaden, Stockholm, Sweden stationery
  • 1961, Nov. 2. Genetics of Cytoplasmic Organization, American Society of Cell Biology, Chicago
  • 1961, Nov. 7-9. Cell and cell differentiation; Cortical genetics; Pa-cortical genetics, Go Cell Organization, Wittenburg
  • 1961. The gene, lecture #60; Cytoplasmic inheritance, lecture #61, College of Air[?]
  • 1961-1962. Can Cytoplasmic Organizations be self-reproducing? (2 folders)
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  • 1961-1962. Can Cytoplasmic Organizations be self- reproducing? (cont.)
  • 1962, Feb. 22. The Great Dogma and the Cell Cortex, Canadian Genetics Society, Winnipeg
  • 1963, Jan. 21. What determines where gene prod. go? Seattle WA,
  • 1963, Aug. 23. Nucleocytoplasmic Relations, International Zoology Congress, 16th, Washington, (2 folders)
  • 1963, Nov. 12. Some frontiers of biology, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas
  • 1963. Mating Types; Serotypes, Pullman
  • 1964, Sept. Degeneracy of the Genetic Code: Extent, Nature and Genetic Implications, Rutgers University (2 folders)
  • 1965, Apr. 9, 12, 13. Cell Differentiation, First Annual Louis Pasteur Science Lectures, Georgetown University (4 folders)
  • 1965, Apr. 22-24. Genetics, The Life Sciences and Man's Vision, American Philosophical Society
  • 1965, July-Aug. Genetics of the Protozoa and its Relation to General Genetics, International Protozoology Congress, London
  • 1965, Aug. 4-7. Models for Somatic Cell Variation Based on studies of Ciliate Protozoa, G. Mendel Memorial Symposium, Prague, Brno (2 folders)
  • 1965, Sept. 9. Integration of the Genetic Material into Genetic Systems, Mendel Lecture, Ft. Collins (2 folders)
  • 1965, Dec. 2. Genetics of Cytoplasmic Organization, M.I.T., Cambridge, MA
  • 1966, Mar. 24-25. Cytoplasmic Heredity: a reappraisal; Cytotaxis, genic and extragenic, University of Missouri 1966, Apr. 6-7. Paramecium in modern biology; Genes and genic control systems in Paramecium, Fiske University
  • 1966, June 20. Genic States, Shelter Island (2 folders)
  • 1967, Apr. 16. Muller, memorial tribute
  • 1967-1972. Reproductive methods, breeding systems, and evolution in protozoa, and other titles, for Nelson's evolution class, L105
  • 1967, June 11-17. Polarization and localization of outer cell membrane growth and differentiation in Paramecium, International Conference on Biological Membranes, Frascati, Italy (2 folders)
  • 1967, Oct. 18. Cellular Differentiation, Symposium on Genetics and Development, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University (2 folders)
  • 1967-1969, Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar Program (2 folders)
  • 1968, Jan. 9. Molecular and Supramolecular Templates in Cellular Heredity, Johns Hopkins University
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  • 1968, Mar.-Apr. Control of Human Heredity and Evolution in Light of Molecular Revolution, Lectures on Sigma Xi tour (3 folders)
  • 1968, June 13. Evolution of non-DNA mechanisms of cellular heredity, or, the relations of cytoplasmic heredity in Paramecium to DNA, Canadian Federation of Biological Societies Symposium
  • 1968, June 20-22. Cellular Heredity and Development in Paramecium, Advanced Placement Biology Conference, Miami University (2 folders)
  • 1968, June 24. Genetic Engineering: Man's Choice, for BBC 1968, Aug. 19-28. International Congress of Genetics, 12th, Tokyo (2 folders)
  • 1968, Aug. Cellular Heredity in Relation to Extranuclear DNA and Other Bases, Tapei and Kyoto
  • 1968, Aug. H.J. Muller: Crusader for Human Betterment (3 folders)
  • 1969, Mar.-Apr. The Future of man as a biologist sees it, Pomona College, Mar. 3, 1969; Washington State, Mar. 14, 1969; Whitman College, Mar. 11, 1969; Reed, 1969; Albion College, Apr. 15, 1970; Rockford, n.d .
  • 1969, Apr. 14. "See that my subject is creativity;..." S.D. [San Diego?]
  • 1969, Sept. 8-10. Patterning of ciliate cortex, Conference on the Control of Form in Cells, Estes Park, Colorado
  • 1969, Nov. 1. Self-assembly and cytotaxis, International Society of Cell Biology, Buffalo, NY
  • 1970, Feb. 20. Gene Action and Development, Royal Society, London
  • 1970, Mar. 22. A hundred Shakespeares and Einsteins made to order, Pi Kappa Alpha, Indiana University
  • 1970, Mar. 24. Genetics of localization and orientation of subcellular structures, seminar for Toronto
  • 1970, Mar. 25. A hundred Shakespeares and Einsteins made to order, Kokomo
  • 1970, Apr. 9. Science and medicine in the 1970's, freshman forum
  • 1970, Apr. 23. Biology of Protozoa, Consortium of University of Washington, and Smithsonian
  • 1970, May 7. Development and inheritance of cell surface characteristics, I.U. Medical School, Microbiology Dept.
  • 1970, June 5. An Adventure in Teaching - Heredity, Evolution and Society, Address to Alumni Institute
  • 1970, Aug. 26. Introduction of Luria at Muller Memorial lecture, Bloomington, IN
  • 1970, Oct. 8, 1971, Feb. 18. Genetics and the future of man, freshman forum
  • 1970, Oct. 12. Non-DNA genetic information, American Society Human Genetics, Indiana
  • 1970, Dec. 9. Teaching and research of a productive scholar for B555; for L555, Feb. 19, 1975.
  • 1970. Background knowledge needed for understanding recent advances in human genetics, given to lay group in Washington
  • 1971, Feb. 12-1975, Oct. 10. Is DNA all? Duke University, Feb. 12, 1971; University of Colorado, May 8, 1974; University of Minnesota, May 9, 1974; Northwestern May 10, 1974; Harvard, Oct. 21, 1974; Indianapo lis Med Center, Sigma Xi, Oct. 30, 1974; Case Western Reserve, Nov. 11, 1974; University of Maryland, Apr. 17, 1975; Pennsylvania State University, Aspects of the biology of aging, Apr. 28, 1975 and Is DNA all?, Apr. 29, 1975; Kansas State, Oct. 10, 1975 (3 folders)
  • 1971, Feb. 19. Gene therapy, Bloomington Hospital seminar
  • 1971, Feb. 28. Genetic Engineering applied to man, High School Institute
  • 1971, May 10-14. Biology and Social Problems: College Courses for Non-biologists, Battelle Seattle Research Center and Department of Genetics, University of Washington, Seattle (3 folders)
  • 1971, June 4. P. aurelia - morphogenetic problems, for Dr. Ostrud's protozoology class
  • 1971, July 28. Human genetic engineering, High School Institute, Hadock's
  • 1971, Aug. 15-19. The Macronucleus: Organization, Replication, Development and Function, Ithaca, New York
  • 1971, Oct. 10-14. Conference on Ethical Issues in Genetic Counseling and the Use of Genetic Knowledge, Warrentown, Virginia
  • 1972, Feb. 18. Growth and differentiation in ciliates, San Diego, CA
  • 1972, Feb. 18-21. Differentiation in Eukaryotic Microorganisms, La Jolla, California
  • 1972, Mar. 10. Developmental genetics of ciliates, Texas
  • 1972, Mar. 17. Experimental analyses of cellular developmental genetics, Illinois Institute of Technology, Dept. of Biology
  • 1972, May 19. Where is the genetic information for cell development?, Wisconsin
  • 1972, June 3. Nuclear Gene Action in Cytoplasmic Inheritance
  • 1972, June 18. Eugenics: Old and New
  • 1972, Sept. 14. Dedication of Biology Laboratory, McMaster University, Ontario, Canada
  • 1972, Sept. 24. Voluntary Genetics, Annual Meeting of the Fellowship of Religious Humanists
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  • 1972, Oct. 10; 1973, Sept. 19. Inverted Kinetics: Discovery, Causes, Inheritance, Consequences, Significance
  • 1972, Oct. How Can We Use Our Knowledge of Human Heredity, AIBS 25th Anniversary Lecture, Ohio State (2 folders)
  • 1972, Nov. 9. What is it that makes us what we are? freshman forum
  • 1972, Dec. 2. What every woman should know about her potential children, Woman's Day at I.U.
  • 1973, Dec. 10. Uses and Abuses of Human Heredity, Chancellor's Lecture to Faculty, Indiana University [1973]. The control of human heredity and evolution: a decade later
  • 1974, Oct. 13. Cell Differentiation and Communication: Patterns, Problems and Probes, Asilomar, California
  • 1975, Feb. 5. Ethical problems in biological research, freshman forum
  • 1975, Mar. 3. Genetics of mating types in Paramecium aurelia complex
  • 1975, Apr. 16. Improvement of human heredity, Purdue University, Phi Beta Kappa
  • 1975, Apr. 18. Audrey's class
  • 1975, May 2. Gene Expression and Development, University of Iowa (2 folders)
  • 1975, Oct. 13-15. Aging=Senescence; Gene action in development; Uses and abuses Hendrix College, Conway, Arkansas
  • 1976, Feb. 17 and 19. Payne Lectures (2 folders)
  • 1976, Feb. Solution of a Genetic Mystery: Our Current Research
  • 1976, Mar. 7. Introduction and cortical genetics, University of Western Ontario
  • 1976, Mar. 19. Solutions of a genetic mystery, Madison, WI
  • 1976, Mar. 22. Uses and abuses of knowledge of human heredity, Marquette, Phi Beta Kappa
  • 1976, Apr. 8-9. Solution of a genetic mystery, University of Western Ontario; Apr. 21, 1976, Johns Hopkins University; Apr. 26, 1976, National Institutes of Health
  • 1976, July 6. Communications from Plasma Membrane to Genes and Nuclei, Seminar
  • 1976, July 16. Controls of macro differentiation for trich discharge, Ciliate Genetics Meeting, Madison, Wisconsin. Includes paper by D.L. Nanney, entitled: Tracy M. Sonneborn - An Appreciation, on the occasio n of Sonneborn's retirement and receipt of Festschrift.
  • 1976, Sept. 14. Unusual genetics of nd mutant in P. tetraurelia, Warsaw; Sept. 21, 1976, Solution of a genetic mystery, Krakow
  • 1976, Oct. 19. Speech Honoring Briggs and Humphrey
  • 1976, Oct. 26. Lectures on Cell Patterning, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado
  • 1976, Oct. 27-28. Stable nuclear differentiations and their control, Seminar, Boulder, CO and Laramie, WY
  • 1976, Dec. 5. Terre Haute Phi Beta Kappa Alumni
  • 1977, Feb. 18. System of stable nuclear determination, Palo Alto, CA
  • 1977, Feb. 28. To fire or not to fire - that is the question. An analysis of a stable cellular differentiation, Biomedical Colloquium Seminar, Bloomington, IN
  • 1977, Mar. 7-9. Recombinant DNA Forum, Washington D.C. (2 folders)
  • 1977, Mar. 30. A system of hereditary nuclear differentiation, Michigan State University, East Lansing
  • 1977, Apr. 30. The Controversy About Recombinant DNA Research, Catholic Commission on Intellectual and Cultural Affairs
  • 1977, May 12. The Controversy about gene manipulation University of Cincinnati
  • 1977, June 2. Analysis of a stable nuclear differentiation, ATCC
  • 1977, June 22. Recombinant DNA Research, Indiana Congressional DNA Briefing
  • 1977, Sept. 8. Comments to the Subcommittee on Science, Health and Technology, Congress, Washington (2 folders)
  • 1977, Sept. 27. Mutation or nuclear differentiation, Temple University
  • 1977, Sept. 28. The recombinant DNA controversy, Temple University; Sept. 29, 1977, Dickinson College, Pennsylvania
  • 1977, Oct. 25. General biology seminar, Santa Cruz, California
  • 1977, Nov. 4. "Are stable cell determinations or differentiations - those that persist in cell culture-due to nuclear differentiations", University of Waterloo, Canada
  • 1978, Feb.6-9. Conference on Molecular Basis of Cell-Cell Interaction, San Diego
  • 1978, Feb. 10-13. Internal and external factors determining nuclear differentiation in Paramecium and discussion sections, University of Washington, Seattle
  • 1978, Mar. 20. Basic research and social hazards: history of a controversy, William Jewell College forum
  • 1978. My 50 years in Biology (Genetics), prepared for a high school class in 1978, never given
  • 1979, Mar. 1. Introduction to Discussion of HSJ and Protozoa in History of Genetics, Prof. Churchill's seminar 1979, May 3-22. Seminar to Gerard's group
  • 1979, July 4. Nuclear differentiation, for Honorary Degree, University of Munster, Germany (3 folders)
  • 1979, July 12. Seminaire de biologie animale et de biologie moleculaire, Université de Genève
  • 1979, Sept. 9-16. European Conference on Ciliates, 4th, University of Camerino, Italy
  • 1979, Dec. 17. Reflections on Jordan's conception of the university professor, David Starr Jordan Lecture, Jordan Centennial, Indiana University
  • 1979. Summer Institute on Paramecium Methods
  • 1980, Mar. Nuclear Differentiation, University of Illinois, Urbana
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  • Cell surface, orientation to evolution
  • Contributions of Europe to American Science and Medicine, Television Program, I.U.
  • Contributions of microorganisms to genetics and gene biology
  • Development in the light of Paramecium studies
  • Discovery, the essence of graduate work (in life sciences) (Including a boy from Kansas-Oklahoma). Also: Discovery in science; Research and discovery; Processes in research and discovery, Cornell
  • The evolution of genic control systems and the nature of dominance
  • Human Heredity
  • Immunogenetics of Paramecium, Purdue seminar
  • "In Discussing Problems About Species in the Protozoa...," [first line], Atlanta Lecture
  • Languages of life
  • Lectures on evolution in protozoa
  • Modern concept of the gene
  • My Debt to Haldane
  • Party Line Genetics
  • Summary on human gene technology (therapy): Promise and opportunities; dangers and difficulties
  • Voluntary eugenics: how desirable?
  • Untitled/undated speeches and lectures, including fragments
  • 3 reel-to-reel audiotapes [symposium at Ohio Wesleyan, 1964?]:
    • Tape 1: Morning Session - Dr. Tracy M. Sonneborn, Dr. Salvador Luria, Dr. Edward L. Tatum
    • Tape 2: [Afternoon Session - Dr. DeMars, Dr. Guido Pontecorvo]
    • Tape 3: Evening Session - Dr. Hermann J. Muller Participating Discussants - Dr. Rollin D. Hotchkiss, Dr. George Klein, Dr. Waclaw Szybalski, Dr. Kimball Atwood

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