Definition of Pangenes
1. Noun. (plural of pangene) ¹
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Definition of Pangenes
1. pangene [n] - See also: pangene
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Literary usage of Pangenes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Darwinism To-day: A Discussion of Present-day Scientific Criticism of the by Vernon Lyman Kellogg (1907)
"From the nucleus there come, in fact, pangenes which distribute themselves ... These pangenes are exclusively those of which the cytoplasm has need in order ..."
2. The Germ-plasm: A Theory of Heredity by August Weismann (1893)
"In this case, again, the special peculiarity cannot depend on ' long-stalk pangenes,' because the possession of a long stalk is not an intracellular ..."
3. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1908)
"His pangenes are the smallest chemical substances that can assimilate food, ... In the simplest creatures all the pangenes are few and act concurrently, ..."
4. Problems of Biology by George Sandeman (1896)
"I call these unities pangenes. Invisibly small, but still of quite another order than chemical molecules, each of them being made up of innumerable ..."
5. Essays Upon Heredity and Kindred Biological Problems by August Weismann (1892)
"Are they the smallest possible portions of living matter, something like the pangenes of de Vries ? This distinguished botanist in his highly suggestive and ..."
6. Plant Anatomy from the Standpoint of the Development and Functions of the by William Chase Stevens (1916)
"In this position there would be a chance of an interchange of pangenes (the paternal chromosome is shown black and the maternal white). ..."
7. Report of Meeting by ANZAAS, ANZAAS. (1891)
"In the nucleus are represented all kinds of pangenes of the individual in question ... These particles bearing the hereditary characters I name pangenes. ..."
8. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1905)
"homologous pairs so that corresponding pangenes or groups of pangenes are brought together and that there may be a mutual interchange or transfer of ..."