Chlamydomonas is a type of green algae made up of unicellular flagellates. This type of algae is found in stagnant water, on damp soil, in freshwater and in seawater. It has sometimes also been found in snow. It is frenquently used as a model organism in molecular biology
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Correspondence between Pontecorvo and Professor Francis Harry Compton Crick concerning Pontecorvo's comments on Crick's draft paper titled 'A general model for the chromosomes of higher organisms'
- Sep 1971
- UGC 198/3/2/23
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- Papers of Guido Pellegrino Arrigo Pontecorvo, geneticist, Professor of Genetics, University of Glasgow, Scotland
- Archives and manuscripts
Pharmacological models in contraceptive development : Animal toxicity and side-effects in man. Proceedings of a meeting organized by the World Health Organization in Geneva 17-20 September 1973 / Ed.: M.H. Briggs and E. Diczfalusy. Ed. assistant: A. Diczfalusy.
- Meeting on Pharmacological Models to Assess Toxicity and Side Effects of Fertility Regulating Agents (1973 : Geneva, Switzerland)