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 (mə-klĭn′tək, -tŏk′), Barbara 1902-1992.
American geneticist. She won a 1983 Nobel Prize for discovering that genes in plant cells can change position both within and between chromosomes.
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(məˈklɪn tɒk)
Barbara, 1902–92, U.S. geneticist and biologist: Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1983.
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Norton, 1950) and Carol MacClintock's Readings in the History of Music Performance (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1978) provide general access to primary sources in performance practices without regularly applying these practices to specific works.
(1) Carol MacClintock's excellent translation omitted the first subsection of the first part--understandably, given the purpose of her anthology and its inherent space limitations.
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I read Literature in Elementary School by Socudder and Porter Lander MacClintock during the early years of the Republic (starting from 1912).
One of the primary tenets of studying historical performance practice is the significance of primary source accounts to assist in formulating either a technical or interpretive approach to the music, and, aside from Johann Joachim Quantz's 1752 treatise Versuch einer Anweisung die Flote traversiere zu spielen, the most general access points to primary sources regarding Baroque-era performance practice may be Carol MacClintock's Readings in the History of Music in Performance and Oliver Strunk's Source Readings in Music History.
(36) Translation by Carol and Lander MacClintock from Le Balet Comique de la Royne, 1581, (np, 1971), 35.
Environmental fluctuations and seasonal changes in biology and physiology are recorded in the valves as external rings, internal lines and growth increments, or both (e.g., Pannella & MacClintock 1968, Lutz & Rhoads 1980, Ropes 1985, Weidman et al.
MacClintock's SEASONED BY SALT: A VOYAGE IN SEARCH OF THE CARIBBEAN (1574092464, $16.95) follows one couple's cruise from Connecticut through the Caribbean and back, telling how they took leave of jobs and a 'real' life in Connecticut to sail for the tropics.
Crichton's The Soundless Tide (1907), but other novels, such as MacClintock's The March of Loyalty (1884), portray inter-Protestant dissent.