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English geneticist, biometrician and physiologist, born November 5, 1892, Oxford, England; died December 1, 1964, Orissa, India.

Bibliography

  • Reduplication in Mice. With A. D. Sprunt and N. M. Haldane.
    Journal of Genetics, 1915, 5: 133-135.
  • The Combination of Linkage Values, and the Calculation of Distances Between the Loci of Linked Factors. Journal of Genetics, Cambridge, 1919, 8: 299–309.
  • Sex Ratio and Unisexual Sterility in Hybrid Animals.
    Journal of Genetics, Cambridge, 1922, 12: 101-109.
  • A Mathematical Theory of Natural and Artificial Selection.
    Part 1 in: Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, 1924, 23: 19-41.
    Part 2: The influence of partial self-fertilisation, inbreeding, assortative mating and selective fertilisation on the composition of Mendelian populations and on natural selection.
    In: Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, 1924, 1: 158-163.
    Part 3: Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, 1926, 23.363-372.
    Part 4: Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, 1927, 23: 607-615.
    Part 5: Selection and mutation.
    Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, 1927, 23: 838-844.
    Part 6: Isolation. Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, 1930, 26: 220-230.
    Part 7: Selection intensity as a function of mortality rate.
    Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, 1931, 27: 131-136.
    Part 8: Metastable populations.
    Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, 1932, 27: 137-142.
    Part 9: Rapid selection.
    Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, 1932, 28: 244-248.
    Part 10: Some theorems on artificial selection. Genetics, 1934, 19: 412-429.
  • The effect of reaction changes on human inorganic metabolism.
    J. B. S. Haldane, V. B. Wigglesworth and C. E. Woodrow:
    Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, London, 1924, 96: 1-14.
  • The effect of reaction changes human carbohydrate and oxygen metabolism.
    J. B. S. Haldane, V. B. Wigglesworth and C. E. Woodrow:
    Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, London, 1924, 96: 15-28.
  • Callinicus – a Defence of Chemical Warfare. London, 1925.
  • Change of Linkage Poultry With Age.
    With F. A. E. Crew. Nature, 1925; 115: 641.
  • A Note on the Kinetics of Enzyme Reaction.
    With G. E. Briggs. Biochemical Journal, 1925, 29: 338-339.
  • Possible Worlds, and Other Essays. London, 1927.
  • Animal Biology. With Julian Henry Huxley. 1927.
  • Science and Ethics. 1928.
  • The Origin of Life. Rationalist Annual, 1929: 3-10.
  • Enzymes. London, 1930.
  • Linkage in the Tetraploid Primula sinensis.
    Written with D. De Winton. Journal of Genetics, 1931, 24: 121-144.
  • The Molecular Statistics of an Enzyme Action.
    Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, 1931, 108B: 559–567.
  • Linkage in the Tetraploid Primula sinensis.
    With D. de Winton. Journal of Genetics, 1931, 24: 121-144.
  • The Causes of Evolution. London, 1932.
  • The principles of plant breeding, illustrated by Chinese Primrose.
    Proceedings of the Royal Institution of Great Britain, London, 1931, 26: 199-208.
  • Prehistory in the light of genetics. London 1931
    Proceedings of the Royal Institution of Great Britain, London, 1931, 26: 355-370.
  • A note on inverse probability.
    Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, 1932, 28: 55-61.
  • The Inequality of Man. 1932.
  • On the nonlinear difference equation Dch=kf(ch). Cambridge 1932
    Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, 1932, 28: 234-243
  • The Causes of Evolution. London, 1933.
  • The Genetics of Primula sinensis: Segregation and Inter-action of Factors in the Diploid. Written with D. De Winton. Journal of Genetics, 1933, 27: 1-44.
  • A Provisional Map of a Human Chromosome. Nature, London, 1935; 137: 397.
  • Some problems of mathematical biology.
    Journal of Mathematics and Physics, Cambridghe, Massachusetts, 1935, 14: 125-136.
  • Natural Selection. Nature, London, 1936; 138: 1053.
  • My Friend Mr. Leakey. London, 1937.
  • The Effect of Variation on Fitness. American Naturalist, 1937; 71: 337-349.
  • The Linkage Between the Genes for Colour-Blindness and Haemophilia in Man.
    With Julia Bell. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, 1937, 123: 119-150.
  • Heredity and Politics. 1938.
  • The Marxist Philosophy and the Sciences. 1939.
  • New Paths in Genetics. 1941.
  • Human Physiology Under High Pressure. 1. Effects of Nitrogen, Carbon Dioxide, and Cold. Written with E. M. Case. Journal of Hygiene, 1941, 41: 225-249.
  • A labour-saving method of sampling. Nature, London, 1945, 155: 49-50.
  • Science Advances. 1947.
  • The formal genetics of man. Croonian Lecture.. London 1947-1948
    Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, 1947-1948, 135: 147-170.
  • In Defense of Genetics. Modern Quarterly, 1949; 4: 194.
  • The Biochemistry of Genetics. 1954.
  • Une Discussion sur l'origine de la vie. Translated from English.
    J. D. Bernal, J. B. S. Haldane. Paris, 1955. Publications de l'Union rationaliste.
  • Genetical effects of radiation from products of nuclear explosions.
    Nature, London, 1955, 176: 115.
  • Origin of man. Nature, London, 1955, 176: 169-170.
  • Educational problems of the Colonial Territories.
    Nature, London, 1955, 176: 750
  • The maximisation of national income. Sankhya, Calcutta 1955-1956, 16: 1-2.
  • Biometry. Sankhya, Calcutta 1955-1956, 16: 207-214.
  • On the biochemistry of heterosis, and the stabilization of polymorphism.
    Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, 1955-1956,, 144: 217-220.
  • The Biochemistry of Genetics. 2. imprint, London, etc. 1956: 144.
  • A Provisional Map of a Human Chromosome. Nature, 1935, 137: 397.
  • Natural Selection. Nature, 1936, 138: 1053.
  • My Friend Mr. Leakey. London, 1937.
  • The Effect of Variation on Fitness. American Naturalist, 1937, 71: 337-349.
  • The Linkage Between the Genes for Colour-Blindness and Haemophilia in Man.
    With Julia Bell. Proceedings of the Royal Society, 1937, 123B: 119-150.
  • Human Physiology Under High Pressure. 1 . Effects of Nitrogen, Carbon Dioxide, and Cold. With E. M. Case. Journal of Hygiene, 1941, 41: 225-249.
  • In Defence of Genetics. Modern Quarterly, n.s. 1i939, 4: 194.
  • Imprinting and the evolution of instincts. With Helen Spurway. Nature, London, 1956, 178: 85-86.
  • The theory of selection for melanism in Lepidoptera.
    Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, 1956, 145: 303-306.
  • The relation between density regulation and natural selection.
    Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, 1956, 145: 306-308.
  • Almost unbiassed estimates of functions of frequencies.
    Sankhya, Calcutta, 1956-1957, 17: 201-208.
  • Graphical methods in enzyme chemistry. Nature, London, 1957, 179: 832.
  • The Syadvada system of predication. Sankhya, Calcutta, 1957, 18: 195-200,
  • The quantitative study of animal behaviour in an approximately steady state.
    With Helen Spurway. V pamet na Metodij Popov: Sbornik of naucni trudove po biologija i medicina, Sofija, 1958: 89-93.
  • The Scope of biological statistics. Sankhya, Calcutta, 1958, 20: 195-206.
  • The theory of natural selection to-day. Nature, London, 1959, 183: 710-713.

  • Parthogenese. Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau, Stuttgart, 1959, 12: 453-458.

  • The analysis of heterogenity. I. Sankhya, Calcutta, 1959, 21: 209-216.
  • Pasteur and cosmic asymmetry. Nature, London, 1960, 185: 87.
  • The scientific work of J. S. Haldane (1860-1936).
    Nature, London, 1960, 187: 102-105.
  • 'Dex' or 'Order of magnitude'? Nature, London, 1960, 187: 879.
  • The addition of random vectors. Sankhya, Calcutta, 1960, 22: 213-220.
  • Simple approximations to the probability integral and P ( c2,1) when both are small.
    Sankhya, Calcutta, 1961, 23: 9-10.
  • The proper social application of the knowledge of human genetics.
    In: The Science of science. Edited by Maurice Goldsmith and Alan Mackay, London 1964.

  • The genetics of a Common Indian digital abnormality.
    With Ajit Kisor Ray. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Washington, 1965, 53: 1050-1053.
  • Science and human life.
    Freeport, New York, 1971. 287 pages. (Essay Index Reprint Series)
            On Haldane and his work:
  • K. R. Dronamraju, editor:
    Haldane and Modern Biology. Baltimore, 1968. Edited by one of Haldane’s former students; N. W. Pirie, in Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society, 1966, 12: 219–249; and Science Reporter (Delhi), 2 1965, a special Haldane number containing articles on his life and work.
  • Ronald William Clark, 1916-1987:
    J. B. S.: The life and work of J. B. S. Haldane.

    London : Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, 1968. 286 pages.
  • Ronald William Clark:
    Haldane, John Burdon Sanderson. In: Charles Coulston Gillispie, editor in chief: Dictionary of Scientific Biography. Charles Scribner’s Sons. New York, 1970.
  • Encyclopædica Britannica. 1986.
  • Maurice B. Strauss, editor:
    Familiar Medical Quotations.
    Little, Brown and Company (Inc). Boston, 1968.
  • Wikipedia.

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