Full text: Problems in eugenics

Nulliplex Offspring. Simplex and Normal Offspring. 
The figures for Table I. were used or the first mating ; or the second those of Table III. ; for the third the figures of Table V. ; for the fourth those 
of Table IV. ; for the fifth those of Table VI. ; and for the sixth the figures of Table VII. were used. 
The dotted line is used for the last three matings because the findings and the histories showed that the normal parents were not duplex except possibly in a 
few instances, but were simplex and therefore would not properly come under these types. 
The fitting is very close for the first three matings, but there is necessarily a poor fitting for the last three.Section I. D. F. Weeks.

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