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extranuclear inheritanceextranukleäre Vererbung (ger.)

  • Non-Mendelian heredity attributed to DNA in organelles such as mitochondria or chloroplasts; also called extrachromosomal inheritance, cytoplasmic inheritance, maternal inheritance. (Oxford Dict. of Genetics 2007)
    extranuclear inheritance
    Demerec, M. (ed.) (1948). Advances in Genetics, vol. 2 (third printing 1966): 368 (Index).

    in plants […] mendelian studies have revealed extranuclear inheritance more commonly than in animals

    Mather, K. (1949). The genetical theory of continuous variation. Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress of Genetics, 376-401: 377.


    [the rapid rise of genetics, resulting in the ever widening recognition of the universal character of Mendelian mechanisms, has indubitably overshadowed [...] the recurrent claims of evidence for the occurrence of extranuclear heredity

    Ephrussi, B. (1951). Remarks on cell heredity. In: Dunn, L.C. (ed.). Genetics in the 20th Century, 241-262: 242.]

    extranuclear inheritance
    Srb, A.M. & Owen, R.D. (1952). General Genetics: Kap. 13.

    Ephrussi and Sonneborn follow with the theories of extranuclear inheritance

    Swanson, C.P. (1952). [Rev.: Dunn, L.C. (ed.) (1951). Genetics in the 20th century]. Science 115, 553-554: 554.