Endogenous implant and inheritance of acquired properties Heredity and variability of plants, animals, and microorganisms

Pavlov, E.F.

Akad Nauk Sssr Moscow 1: 561-568

1959


Accession: 024611340

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Abstract
Experiments on intervarietal transplantations of ovaries in rabbits, hens, and pigs showed that almost all progeny obtained from mothers-recipients of ovaries of other breeds had an intermediate character when crossed with males of the donor breed. Splitting was observed in the second generation. Denervation of ovaries, administration of a single large dose of dry thyroid gland, and the addition of 6-methyl-thiouracyl to the chicks diet confirmed that physiological influence on the organism leads to the inheritance of the properties acquired under their influence.