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Publication List of John A. Davison:

1954.   Muscle apyrase as a function of temperature in the cockroach,
        crayfish and minnow.  Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics,
        48: 485-486.  With A.G. Richards.

1955.   Body weight, cell surface, and metabolic rate in anuran amphibia.
        Biological Bulletin, 109: 407-419.  Ph.D. thesis.

1956.   An analysis of cell growth and metabolism in the crayfish
        (Procambarus alleni).  Biological Bulletin, 110: 264-273.

1957.   A fluid drop model of the elliptical red blood cell.
        Experientia, 13: 472-477.

1958.   Studies on the form of the amphibian red cell.
        Anatomical Record, 132: 426-427.  Abstract.

1958.   Organ metabolism in mature mammals as the product of allometric
        mass and rate.  American Naturalist, 92: 105-110.

1959.   Studies on the form of the amphibian red blood cell.
        Biological Bulletin, 116: 397-405.

1959.   Determination of form of the amphibian red blood cell.
        The Physiologist 2.  Abstract.

1961.   A study of spotting patterns in the leopard frog.
        1. Effect of gene dosage.  Journal of Heredity, 52: 301-304.

1963.   Gene action mechanisms in the determination of color and pattern
        in the frog (Rana pipiens).  Science, 141: 648-649.

1964.   Animal organization as a problem in cell form.  In: J.R. Gregg
        & F.T.C. Harris (eds.), Form and Strategy in Science: Studies
        Dedicated to Joseph Henry Woodger on the Occasion of His
        Seventieth Birthday.  Dordrecht, Holland: D. Reidel.

1964.   A study of spotting patterns in the leopard frog.
        3. Environmental control of genic expression.
        Journal of Heredity, 55: 47-56.

1964.   Spotting variation in the leopard frog: a test for the
        genetic basis in the Rana pipiens “burnsi” variant.
        Journal of Heredity, 55: 234-241.  With L.W. Browder.

1966.   Chimeric and ex-parabiotic frogs (Rana pipiens):
        Specificity of tolerance.  Science, 152: 1250-1253.

1967.   Evidence for cell transformation following embryonic
        transplantation in the frog.  Journal of General
        Physiology, 50: 1096.

1969.   Activation of the ephippial egg in Daphnia pulex.
        Journal of General Physiology, 53: 562-575.

1973.   Population growth in planaria: Dugesia tigrina (Gerard):
        Regulation by the absolute number in the population.
        Journal of General Physiology, 61: 767-785.

1976.   Hydra hymanae: Regulation of the life cycle by time
        and temperature.  Science, 194: 618-620.

1984.   Semi-meiosis as an evolutionary mechanism.
        Journal of Theoretical Biology, 111: 725-735.

1987.   Semi-meiosis and evolution: a response.
        Journal of Theoretical Biology, 126: 379.

1993.   The blind alley: its significance for evolutionary theory.
        Rivista di Biologia (Biology Forum), 86-1: 101-110.
        http://www.uvm.edu/~jdavison/evolution.html

1998.   Evolution as a self-limiting process.
        Rivista di Biologia (Biology Forum), 91-2: 199-220.
        http://www.uvm.edu/~jdavison/dpaper.html

1999.   An Evolutionary Manifesto: A New Hypothesis for Organic Change.
        Offered for publication.
        http://www.uvm.edu/~jdavison/davison-manifesto.html

2000.   Ontogeny, phylogeny, and the origin of biological information.
        Rivista di Biologia (Biology Forum), forthcoming.
        http://www.uvm.edu/~jdavison/ontogeny.html

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welcome to trudging onward. this site created in memory of John A. Davison, Ph.D., scientist, philosopher, thinker. in it we hope to continue to explore the ideas and opinions of the hopeless and helpless. we recognize that we are but a bunch of blips. what some of us continue to struggle with is how much the blips are loved. comments entertained regarding the mysteries and marvels of the daily grind, by which we trudge onward.  -wfs2