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The excavated-head mutation
Banta AM
In:
Studies on the physiology, genetics, and evolution of some Cladocera
(ed. ) Washington, D. C.: Carnegie Institution; 1939. Carne: 87-105  


Sex intergrades in Daphnia longispina
Banta AM
In:
Studies on the physiology, genetics, and evolution of some Cladocera
(ed. ) Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Institution; 1939. Carne: 60-86  


Sex intergrades in Simocephalus exspinosus
Banta AM
In:
Studies on the physiology, genetics, and evolution of some Cladocera
(ed. ) Washington, D. C.: Carnegie Institution; 1939. Carne: 22-59  


Growth and reproductive characteristics of Daphnia longispina
Wood TR,
Ingle L,
Banta AM
In:
Studies on the physiology, genetics, and evolution of some Cladocera
(ed. ) Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Institution; 1939. Carne: 182-200  


Growth of genetically different clones
Wood TR,
Banta AM,
Ingle L
In:
Studies on the physiology, genetics, and evolution of some Cladocera
(ed. ) Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Institution; 1939. Carne: 201-228  


Genetical studies in sexual reproduction
Banta AM,
Wood TR
In:
Studies on the physiology, genetics, and evolution of some Cladocera
(ed. ) Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Institution; 1939. Carne: 131-181  


Control of male and sexual-egg production
Banta AM,
Brown LA
In:
Studies on the physiology, genetics, and evolution of some Cladocera
(ed. ) Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Institution; 1939. Carne: 106-130  


Adaptation and evolution
Banta AM
In:
Studies on the physiology, genetics, and evolution of some Cladocera
(ed. ) Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Institution; 1939. Carne: 253-264  


Environmental conditions and Daphnia characteristics
Banta AM
In:
Studies on the physiology, genetics, and evolution of some Cladocera
(ed. ) Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Institution; 1939. Carne: 229-252  


Maternal effects in Cladocera (Abstract)
Banta AM,
Wood TR

Genetics
  23 (1): 139; Jan 1938  
[Full Text]

A study of longevity, growth, reproduction and heart rate in Daphnia longispina as influenced by limitations in quantity of food
Ingle L,
Wood TR,
Banta AM

Journal of Experimental Biology
  76 (2): 325-352; Jul 5 1937  


Hatchability of Daphnia and Moina sexual eggs without drying
Wood TR,
Banta AM

Internationale Revue der gesamten Hydrobiologie und Hydrographie
  35 (0): 229-242; 1937  


The accumulation of recessive physiological mutations during long-continued parthenogenesis (Abstract)
Banta AM,
Wood TR

Genetics
  22 (0): 183-184; Jan 1937  


Population density as related to sex and to evolution in Cladocera
Banta AM

American Naturalist, The
  71 (732): 34-39; Jan 1937  
[Full Text]

Preparation of report on Cladocera studies
Banta AM
In:
Carnegie Institution of Washington Year Book No. 36, 1936-1937
(ed. Carnegie Institution of Washington) Washiington, D. C. : Carnegie Institution; 1937. 36: 309-312  


Control of sex in Cladocera. VIII: Food and crowding as factors in male production
Brown LA,
Banta AM

Physiological Zoology
  8 (2): 138-155; Apr 1935  


Brood size in the Cladoceran, Moina macrocopa
Brown LA,
Banta AM

Anatomical Record, The
  61 (2): 5; Jan 1935  


Brood size and sex of brood in Moina macrocopa
Brown LA,
Banta AM

Anatomical Record, The
  61 (2): 5; Jan 1935  


Inheritance in diploid parthenogenesis contrasted with biparental inheritance (Abstract)
Wood TR,
Banta AM

American Naturalist, The
  67 (708): 83; Jan -Feb 1933  
[Full Text]

Temperature, crowding and quantity of food as factors in the control of sex in Moina macrocopa (Abstract)
Brown LA,
Banta AM

American Naturalist, The
  67 (708): 83; 1933  
[Full Text]

Long-continued parthenogenesis and the accumulation of recessive mutations in Cladocera (Abstract)
Banta AM,
Wood TR

American Naturalist, The
  67 (708): 73; 1933  
[Full Text]

New data with possible bearing upon Robertsons theory of allelocatalysis
Banta AM,
McPherson M,
Smith GA

Anatomical Record, The
  54, s (0): 23; Nov 1932  


Sex control in Cladocera. VII: Male production in relation to temperature
Brown LA,
Banta AM

Physiological Zoology
  5 (2): 218-229; Apr 1932  


Attempts to end the dormancy period of some Cladocera sexual eggs
Banta AM,
Wood TR

Anatomical Record, The
  54 (40): 1932  


The critical period for control of sex in Moina
Banta AM,
Stuart CA

Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
  29 (9): 1253-1255; 1932  


Completion and preparation for publication of studies with Cladocera
Banta AM
In:
Carnegie Institution of Washington Year Book No. 31, 1931-32
(ed. Washington, Carnegie Institution of) Washington, D. C.: Carnegie Institution; 1932. 31: 309, 310  


The moulting of the Cladoceran, Moina macrocopa
Brown LA,
Banta AM

Anatomical Record, The
  51 (1): 53; Nov 1931  


Available bacteria and the sex ratio in Moina
Stuart CA,
Banta AM

Physiological Zoology
  4 (1): 72-86; Jan 1931  


The time of egg laying in relation to sex for first broods of Moina macrocopa
Brown LA,
Banta AM

Anatomical Record, The
  51 (1): 52-53; 1931  


The length of the embryonic period for female and for male embryos of Moina macrocopa
Brown LA,
Banta AM

Anatomical Record, The
  51 (1): 52; 1931  


Dwarf and slow developing clones of Daphina longispina
Banta AM,
Wood TR

Anatomical Record, The
  51 (1): 1931  


Factors involved in male production by crowded Moina macrocopa mothers
Banta AM,
Brown LA

Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
  28 (8): 820-822; 1931  


Attempts to analyze the effects of crowding upon male production in the Cladoceran, Moina macrocopa
Banta AM,
Brown LA

Anatomical Record, The
  51 (1): 1931  


Completion and preparation for publication of studies with Cladocera
Banta AM
In:
Carnegie Institution of Washington Year Book No. 30, 1930-31
(ed. Carnegie Institution of Washington) Washington, D. C.: Carnegie Institution; 1931. 30: 423-425  


A study of the rate of oxygen consumption of different Cladocera clones derived originally from a single mother
Obreshkove V,
Banta AM

Physiological Zoology
  3 (1): 1-8; Jan 1930  


Temperature and male production in the Cladocera Moina macrocopa
Brown LA,
Banta AM

Anatomical Record, The
  47 (3): 302; 1930  


Further studies on inheritance in Cladocera
Banta AM,
Wood TR

Anatomical Record, The
  47 (3): 389-390; 1930  


Control of sex in Cladocera. VI. By treatment with drugs
Banta AM,
Brown LA

Physiological Zoology
  3 (1): 48-55; Jan 1930  


Further observations on control of sex with Cladocera
Banta AM

Proceedings of the Second International Congress for Sex Research, 1930
  211-220; 1930  


The elimination of the male sex in the evolution of some lower animals
Banta AM

Scientific Monthly, The
  30 (1): 59-65; 1930  
[Full Text]

Growth and maturation in the parthenogenetic and sexual eggs of Moina macrocopa
Allen E,
Banta AM

Journal of Morphology and Physiology
  48 (1): 123-151; Sep 1929  


Control of sex in Cladocera. V. Experimentally accelerated development of mothers and sex of young; Mammalian endocrine substances without specific effect on Cladocerans
Banta AM,
Brown LA

Physiological Zoology
  2 (3): 309-321; Jul 1929  


Control of sex in Cladocera. IV. Relation between the rate of the mothers development and the sex of her young
Banta AM,
Brown LA

Physiological Zoology
  2 (3): 302-308; Jul 1929  


Control of sex in Cladocera. III. Localization of the critical period for control of sex
Banta AM,
Brown LA

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
  15 (2): 71-81; Feb 1929  
[Full Text]

Quantity of food as a factor in sex control in Cladocera
Stuart CA,
Banta AM

Anatomical Record, The
  44 (3): 210-211; 1929  


Control of sex in Cladocera. I. Crowding the mothers as a means of controlling male production
Banta AM,
Brown LA

Physiological Zoology
  2 (1): 80-92; Jan 1929  


Control of sex in Cladocera. II. The unstable nature of the excretory products involved in male production
Banta AM,
Brown LA

Physiological Zoology
  2 (1): 93-98; Jan 1929  


Sex control in a daphnid (Abstract)
Banta AM,
Brown LA

Science
  68 (1774): 649; Dec 28 1928  
[Full Text]

Genetic evidence that the Cladocera male is diploid
Banta AM,
Wood TR

Science
  67 (1723): 18-19; Jan 6 1928  
[Full Text]

A study of the rate of oxygen consumption of different Cladocera clones derived from a single mother (Abstract)
Obreshkove V,
Banta AM

Anatomical Record, The
  41 (1): 33-34; 1928  


A thermal race of Cladocera originating by mutation
Banta AM,
Wood TR

Internationale Revue der gesamten Hydrobiologie und Hydrographie
  19 (3): 261-263; 1928  


Inheritance in parthenogenesis and in sexual reproduction in Cladocera
Banta AM,
Wood TR

Zeitschrift für induktive Abstammmungs und Vererbungslehre
  Suppl (0): 391-398; 1928  


Data concerning a physiologically new type of Cladocera originating from sexual reproduction
Wood TR,
Banta AM

Anatomical Record, The
  34 (3): 125-126; 1926  


Studies on Cladocera mutations in parthenogenesis and in sexual reproduction
Banta AM,
Wood TR

Anatomical Record, The
  34 (3): 168; 1926  


Inheritance in parthenogenesis and in sexual reproduction in a Cladoceran (Abstract)
Banta AM,
Snider KG,
Wood TR

Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
  23 (0): 621-622; 1926  


A biochemical reaction associated with sex in Cladocera (Abstract)
Banta AM,
Satina SA

Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
  22 (0): 466-467; 1925  


Temperature as a factor in sex control in Cladocera
Banta AM,
Brown LA

Anatomical Record, The
  31 (0): 344; 1925  


A thelytokous race of Cladocera in which pseudo-sexual reproduction occurs
Banta AM

Zeitschrift für induktive Abstammmungs und Vererbungslehre
  11 (1): 28-41; 1925  


The relation between previous sexual reproduction and the production of male offspring in Moina macrocopa
Banta AM

American Naturalist, The
  59 (660): 50-61; Jan 1925  
[Full Text]

Rate of metabolism and sex control in Cladocera
Banta AM,
Brown LA

Anatomical Record, The
  29 (0): 147; Dec 1924  


Rate of metabolism and sex determination in Cladocera
Banta AM,
Brown LA

Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
  22 (0): 77-79; Nov 1924  


Some data on control of sex in Cladocera
Banta AM,
Brown LA
In:
Array
(ed. Davenport, Charles Benedict) Baltimore: Williams Williams; 1923. 1. Eu: 142-149  


The sex of successive parthenogenetic breeds of Moina macrocopia
Banta AM,
Brown LA

Anatomical Record, The
  27 (0): 394; 1923  


Further control of sex in a species of Cladocera
Banta AM,
Brown LA

Anatomical Record, The
  24 (6): 420; 1923  


A new mutation in Daphnia longispina and its inheritance
Banta AM

Anatomical Record, The
  24 (6): 420-421; Jan 1923  


Control of male-production in new and old parthenogenetic lines of a daphnia (Moina macrocopa)
Banta AM

Anatomical Record, The
  27 (394): 1923  


More eyeless Cladocera
Banta AM,
Brown LA

American Naturalist, The
  56 (647): 568-571; Nov 1922  
[Full Text]

A convenient culture medium for Daphnids
Banta AM

Science
  53 (1381): 557-558; Jun 17 1921  
[Full Text]

An eyeless Daphnid, with remarks on the possible origin of eyeless cave animals
Banta AM

Science
  53 (1376): 462-463; May 13 1921  
[Full Text]

Selection in Cladocera on the basis of a physiological character
Banta AM
Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication
Carnegie Institution of Washington Washington, D. C. : Carnegie Institution; 1921  


The results of selection with a Cladocera pure line (clone)
Banta AM

Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
  16 (8): 123-124; 1919  


The extent of the occurrence of sex intergrades in Cladocera (Abstract)
Banta AM

Anatomical Record, The
  15 (6): 355; 1919  


Sex and sex intergrades in Cladocera
Banta AM

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
  4 (12): 373-379; Dec 1918  
[Full Text]

A strain of sex intergrades
Banta AM

Anatomical Record, The
  11 (6): 505; Jan 1917  


A sex intergrade strain of Cladocera
Banta AM

Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
  14 (1): 3-4; Oct 18 1916  


Sex intergrades in a species of Crustacea
Banta AM

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
  2 (10): 578-583; Oct 1916  
[Full Text]

An albino salamander, Spelerpes bilineatus
Banta AM,
Gortner RA
In:
Proceedings of the United States National Museum
(ed. ) Washington, D. C.: Government Printing ; 1915. 49, N: 377-379  


Some notes on albinism
Banta AM

Science
  41 (1059): 577-578; Apr 16 1915  
[Full Text]

Accessory appendages and other abnormalities produced in amphibian larvae through the action of centrifugal force
Banta AM,
Gortner RA

Journal of Experimental Zoology
  18 (3): 433-451; Apr 1915  


The effects of long-continued parthenogenetic reproduction (127 generations) upon daphnids (Abstract)
Banta AM

Science
  41 (1055): 442; Mar 19 1915  
[Full Text]

A milky white amphibian egg jell
Banta AM,
Gortner RA

Biological Bulletin, The
  27 (5): 259-261; Nov 1914  


The production of accessory appendages and other abnormalities in amphibian larvae through the action of centrifugal force
Banta AM,
Gortner RA

Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
  11 (7): 177-178; Aug 1914  


One hundred parthenogenetic generations of Daphnia without sexual forms
Banta AM

Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
  11 (7): 180-182; Aug 1914  


A new form of collecting pipette
Banta AM

Science
  40 (1020): 98-99; Jul 17 1914  
[Full Text]

Notes on the toxicity of dilute solutions of certain phenolic compounds as indicated by their effect on amphibian eggs and embryos, together with references on modifications of pigment development
Gortner RA,
Banta AM

Biochemical Bulletin, The
  3 (11): 357-368; Apr and Jul 1914  


Fifty generations of selection in parthenogenetic pure lines of daphnids (Abstract)
Banta AM

Science
  39 (1003): 439-440; Mar 20 1914  
[Full Text]

Sex recognition and the mating behavior of the wood frog, Rana sylvatica
Banta AM

Biological Bulletin, The
  26 (3): 171-183; Mar 1914  


Experiments on the light and tactile reactions of a cave variety and an open water variety of an amphipod species (Abstract)
Banta AM

Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
  10 (5): 192; May 1913  


Selection within pure lines in Daphnia (Abstract)
Banta AM

Science
  37 (946): 272; Feb 14 1913  
[Full Text]

Induced modifications in pigment development in Spelerpes larvae
Banta AM,
Gortner RA

Ohio Naturalist, The
  13 (3): 49-55; Jan 1913  


Certain observations on the occurrence of tyrosinase in amphibian egg jell (Abstract)
Banta AM,
Gortner RA

Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
  10 (5): 191; 1913  


Observations on the relation of carbon dioxide and oxygen to the development of certain amphibian embryos
Banta AM

Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
  9 (6): 104-106; May 15 1912  


The influence of cave conditions upon pigment development in larvae of Amblystoma tigrinum
Banta AM

American Naturalist, The
  46 (544): 244-248; Apr 1912  
[Full Text]

Experiments with the influence of darkness upon pigment development in amphibian larvae (Abstract)
Banta AM

Science
  35 (899): 460; Mar 22 1912  
[Full Text]

The distastefulness of Anosia plexippus (Reply to Mr. R.I. Pocock)
Banta AM

Nature
  89 (2219): 242; 1912  


The distastefulness of Anosia plexippus (Comment on an article by Mr. R.I. Pocock)
Banta AM

Nature
  88 (2199): 243; 1911  


A comparison of the reactions of a species of surface isopod with those of a subterranean species. Part II
Banta AM

Journal of Experimental Zoology
  8 (4): 439-488; Aug 1910  


A comparison of the reactions of a species of surface isopod with those of a subterranean species. Part I: Experiments with light
Banta AM

Journal of Experimental Zoology
  8 (3): 243-310; Jul 1910  


Some observations on the behavior of the beach flea, Orchestia agilis (Abstract)
Banta AM

Science
  31 (795): 475-476; Mar 25 1910  
[Full Text]

A comparison of the reactions of a terranean and a subterranean species of isopod (Abstract)
Banta AM

Science
  27 (703): 945; Jun 19 1908  
[Full Text]

The life history of the cave salamander, Spelerpes maculicaudus (Cope)
Banta AM,
McAtee WL
In:
Proceedings of the United States National Museum
(ed. ) Washington, D.C.: Government Printing ; 1906. 30, N: 67-83  


The fauna of Mayfields Cave (Abstract)
Banta AM

Science
  21 (544): 853-854; Jun 2 1905  
[Full Text]


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