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Summary

David W. Bishop, Ph.D.

Staff Member, Department of Embryology, Carnegie Institution Of Washington. Baltimore. Maryland


Links: limb abnormalities | spermatozoa | Carnegie Collection

References

Biology Of Spermatozoa in Young WC. Sex and internal secretions. (1961) 3rd Eda. Williams and Wilkins. Baltimore.


BISHOP DW. (1962). Sperm motility. Physiol. Rev. , 42, 1-59. PMID: 13869493 DOI.

Bishop DW. (1978). Biochemistry of spermatogenesis. Introduction. Fed. Proc. , 37, 2510-1. PMID: 357184

JONES GE, WOOD JL, BISHOP DW & DONOHO RS. (1955). Vaginal fungi and their relation to sperm survival. Am. J. Obstet. Gynecol. , 70, 1271-6. PMID: 13268512

BISHOP DW & MATHEWS HP. (1952). The significance of intravas pH in relation to sperm motility. Science , 115, 209-11. PMID: 14913210 DOI.

BISHOP DW & KOSARICK E. (1951). Biotin deficiency and cryptorchidism in rats. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med. , 78, 323-5. PMID: 14892007 DOI.

BISHOP DW & WEINSTOCK I. (1948). Uptake of radioactive phosphorus by bull spermatozoa. Anat. Rec. , 101, 731. PMID: 18932986

BISHOP DW. (1948). Naturally occurring polydactyl and limb duplication in Ambystoma. Genetics , 33, 96. PMID: 18903847

Bishop DW & Hamilton R. (1947). Polydactyly and Limb Duplication Occurring Naturally in the Tiger Salamander, Ambystoma tigrinum. Science , 106, 641-2. PMID: 17741555 DOI.

Sims WL & Bishop DW. (1947). Seasonal Variation in the Gonadotropic Potency of Dried Anterior Pituitaries of Rana pipiens. Science , 106, 588. PMID: 17821392 DOI.

BISHOP DW. (1947). Polydactyly and limb duplication in Ambystoma tigrinum. Anat. Rec. , 99, 664. PMID: 18895462

BISHOP DW. (1947). Polydactyl in the tiger salamander. J. Hered. , 38, 290-3. PMID: 18900292

Bishop DW. (1937). Induction of Dominant Lethal Effects by X-Radiation in Habrobracon. Genetics , 22, 452-6. PMID: 17246855

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