Full cloth over boards. xiii, 194 pages. black-and-white illustrations. octavo. Very Good Plus with mild darkening to parts of covers. The author was a breeder for many years, as was his father. He spent 16 years before the first publication of this study working with a constant number of 200 dogs; over 4, 000 puppies were produced and studied for traits of coat coloring.
Good. Book. 8vo-Between 7 3/4" and 9 3/4" Tall. 194 page book in good condition with minor edgewear on pages. Front and back bottom corners have worn edges. Cover also has some scuff marks. Previous owner's name is marked out with black marker on inside of front cover. The bottom corner of page 191 is torn and missing but it contains no text. Three parts include: Introduction and genetic background, Basic coat-color genes of the dog, and Genetic analysis by breeds.
Very Good. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. "This book discusses our present knowledge of the genetics of coat color in dogs. It recognizes both the long duration of man's contact with dogs and the degree to which early records of the color and conformation of domesticated dogs are lacking in completeness. A considerable amount of new data derived from sources described in the section entitled 'Materials and Methods' is presented and is considered in the light of earlier analyses." This book has 194 pages and is illustrated. The text contains NO internal marks whatsoever. The front cover, front inside cover, and front endpaper have the slightest of stains located at the base.
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