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  1. Jonathan B. L. Bard (2008). Waddington's Legacy to Developmental and Theoretical Biology. Biological Theory 3 (3):188-197.
    Conrad Hal Waddington was a British developmental biologist who mainly worked in Cambridge and Edinburgh, but spent the late 1930s with Morgan in California learning about Drosophila. He was the first person to realize that development depended on the then unknown activities of genes, and he needed an appropriate model organism. His major experimental contributions were to show how mutation analysis could be used to investigate developmental mechanisms in Drosophila, and to explore how developmental mutation could drive evolution, his other (...)
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  2. Jonathan B. L. Bard (2002). Growth and Death in the Developing Mammalian Kidney: Signals, Receptors and Conversations. Bioessays 24 (1):72-82.
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  3. Jonathan B. L. Bard (1996). Do Universities Do Too Much Research? Bioessays 18 (1):1-2.
  4. Jonathan B. L. Bard (1992). The Mouse Embryologist's Bible. Atlas of Mouse Development. By Matthew Kaufman. Academic Press, London. �72. 512pp. ISBN 0-12-402035-6. [REVIEW] Bioessays 14 (12):873-873.
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  5. Jonathan B. L. Bard (1990). Traction and the Formation of Mesenchymal Condensations in Vivo. Bioessays 12 (8):389-395.
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