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Title
LIBA Lecture: Barbara McClintock
Recording Date
Summary
Barbara McClintock discusses about the Human Genome Project at a LIBA meeting; the genome of organisms; plant genomes vs. animal genomes; illustrations of plant genomes; germ lines; cell lines; questions and answers at end [lecture ends at 1:06:00] cuts to 1983 interview directed by Harvey P. Henning with Barbara McClintock about deciding to go into science; Cornell University; taking a genetics course in 1921; graduate course in genetics; chromosome course; PhD research; maize; maize propagation; plant breeding; linkage group; chromosomes; George Beadle; Marcus Rhodes; cytogenetics; 1951 Cold Spring Harbor Symposium presentation; 1953 paper; Nobel Prize award; colleagues; working with men; junior year of college geology course test-- forgetting her own name; 1951 Symposium reaction of peers and impact of McClintock she was amused; when the scientific world believed McClintock; McClintock shows/explains an experiment with an ear of corn (content used for "Nobel Prize 1983" see PA_027)
Person
Barbara McClintock

Original Format
VHS
Length
1:46:48
Units
1
Project ID
PA_011_McClintock_Barbara
File Name Root
PA_011_McClintock_Barbara
Unique ID
PA_011
Batch date
12-08-2021

File Name
PA_011_McClintock_Barbara.mp4
File Extension
.mp4
Size
1,477,665,102