Wallace, Bruce

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WALLACE, Bruce. American, b. 1920. Genres: Biology, Environmental sciences/Ecology. Career: Professor of Biology, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, 1981- (University Distinguished Professor, 1983). With the Dept. of Genetics, Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1947-49, and with The Biological Lab, 1949-58, both Cold Spring Harbor, NY; Professor of Genetics, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 1958-81. Publications: (with T. Dobzhansky) Radiation, Genes and Man, 1959; (with A. Srb) Adaptation, 1961; Chromosomes, Giant Molecules and Evolution, 1966; Topics in Population Genetics, 1968; Genetic Load: Its Biological and Conceptual Aspects, 1970; Essays in Social Biology, 3 vols., 1972; Basic Population Genetics, 1981; (ed. with R. Lewontin, J. Moore, and W. Provine) Dobzhansky's Genetics of Natural Populations, 1981; (ed. and co-author) Human Culture: A Moment in Evolution, 1983; (with G. Simmons Jr.) Biology for Living, 1987; Fifty Years of Genetic Load: An Odyssey, 1991; The Search for the Gene, 1992; (with J.O. Falkinham III) The Study of Gene Action, 1997; The Environment: As I See It, Science Is Not Enough, 1998; The Environment 2: As I See It, the Mold Must Be Broken, 2000. Address: 940 McBryde Dr, Blacksburg, VA 24060, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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