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By the time Galton had consumed three cigarettes on the roof, the table in the cabin had been laid and decked with flowers. The luncheon had been spread out, and very nice and dainty it looked, Galton thought.
Reviewed by: Il était une fois le gène. Percer le secret de la vie by Mukherjee Siddhartha Gil Bellis Mukherjee Siddhartha, 2017, Il était une fois le gène. Percer le secret de la vie [ The Gene: An Intimate History, New York, Scribner, 2016], translated by Pierre Kaldy, Paris, Flammarion, 672 p. Siddhartha Mukherjee, an American oncologist of Indian origin, here recounts an original and interesting history of genetics. The book is a panoramic 150-year history that covers all the most remarkable episodes in the discipline. From the friar named Gregor Mendel who began hybridization experiments in 1850, first on mice and flowers, later on peas, to the launching of the Human Genome Project and the advent of gene therapy in the late 1990s, readers gradually discover how ideas about and understanding of the laws of heredity and reproduction evolved. In the process, we discover personalities, struggles for influence, internecine conflicts, and the occasionally anecdotal circumstances in which some fundamental biology discoveries were made.
As we saw in Section 4, the sweet pea flower colour is controlled by a locus with alleles A (dominant, purple flowers) and a (recessive, red flowers). Another locus studied by Bateson, Saunders and Punnett in sweet pea controls the shape of pollen grains and has two alleles: B (dominant, long grains) and b (recessive, round grains). By crossing pure lines of homozygous plants with purple flowers and long grains, AABB plants, with homozygous plants with red flowers and round grains, aabb, they obtained, in the first generation (usually denoted F1), only heterozygous plants with purple flowers and long grains AaBb, as expected given the dominance relationships at these two loci. 59ce067264