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Clayton, George, fl 1969 (British geneticist)


Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

File titled 'White Fish Authority', 1969-1971

Identifier: Coll-41/10/57
Scope and Contents Contains correspondence chiefly between the White Fish Authority and George Clayton at the Institute of Animal Genetics concerning marine fish cultivation for the purposes of a potential fish breeding experiment. Also contains a draft typescript titled 'The Role of Genetics in Fish Farming.'
Dates: 1969-1971

Notebook titled 'Dros' containing laboratory data relating to experiments with "Drosophila" mutants, [c.1953]

Identifier: Coll-41/1/16
Scope and Contents Notebook cover marked 'S.O Book 124 Supplied for the Public Service'. The volume is undated, although it contains references to Alan Robertson, George Clayton and Forbes Robertson, all of whom were working in the Institute of Animal Genetics in the 1950s. Clayton and Alan Robertson collaborated on Drosophila work from 1953 onwards, so it is likely that this volume dates from around this period. It appears from the notes that Waddington was collecting data...
Dates: [c.1953]

Photograph album presented to Waddington by Institute staff on his 50th birthday, November 1955

 Item — Box: EUA IN1/ACU/A1/6/4
Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/A1/6/4
Scope and Contents The volume contains various group and individual photographs of the Institute staff, as well as original paintings and drawings of Waddington in the mock-styles of various artists by Ruth Clayton and E.D Roberts. Some of the individuals feaured in the photographs are: Charlotte Auerbach, Boris Balinsky, Geoffrey Beale, Richard Alan Beatty, Alick Buchanan-Smith, George and Ruth Clayton, Hugh Donald, Douglas Falconer, Alan Greenwood, Henry Kacser, Mary Lyon, Eric Lucey, Margaret Perry, Alan...
Dates: November 1955