Naturalists – James Kezer, 1951 – 1952

James Kezer

James Kezer is an emeritus professor of biology at the University of Oregon. A world authority on salamander chromosomes, Dr. Kezer did pioneering work in the field of amphibian cytogenetics. He is also an excellent field naturalist, a calling no doubt aided by having spent the summers of 1951 and 1952 in Crater Lake National Park.

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Bibliography (Partial)

  • Kezer, James, Donald S. Farner, Life. “History Patterns of the SalamanderAmbystoma macrodactylum in the High Cascade Mountains of Southern Oregon.”Copeia, Vol. 1955, No. 2 (May 20, 1955), pp. 127-131.
  • Donald S. Farner, James Kezer. “Notes on the Amphibians and Reptiles of Crater Lake National Park.American Midland Naturalist, Vol. 50, No. 2 (Oct., 1953), pp. 448-462.
  • Kezer, J. “Notes on the Amphibians and Reptiles of Crater Lake National Park.”The American Midland Naturalist, 1909.
  • Macgregor, HC, J Kezer. “The chromosomal localization of a heavy satellite DNA in the testis of Plethodon c. cinereus.” Chromosoma, Vol. 33. No. 2, June 1971, pp. 167-182.

 

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