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Size differences in D. funebris due to genetic and environmental factors. II. Relation between body size and cell number



Size differences in D. funebris due to genetic and environmental factors. II. Relation between body size and cell number



Z. indukt. Abstamm.- u. VererbLehre, 68: 163-171



II. BODY size of genetically larger individuals as compared with genetically smaller, is due to greater number of cells, while cell size is the same in both. Artificially induced variation of body size is caused by a variation of cell size, cell number remaining the same. Cell size of is greater than that of.

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