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Even if so unlikely a muta tion took place in a single cell, why would that single cell overtake the rest of a culture, Gartler asked. And why should such unlikely occurrences have happened in all eighteen cell lines ? Leonard Hayflick stood up . A highly respected cell biologist and an officer of the Tissue Culture Associa tion, which was sponsoring the conference, Hayflick was also the originator of a cell line known as WISH. WISH was one of the cultures that Gartler had discredited. It was a culture grown from a scrap of amniotic sac.
Navy. There were no signs of Berkeley's rolling green lawns, the quads where students gather to picnic and play music, or the maj estic marble buildings of higher learning. Here the office buildings were gray with dirty windows . Huge anchors and propellers were strewn around aluminum warehouses.
Being the sons of a German man, Walter and his brother were considered by the Third Reich to be Ger man themselves. The term was Auslan dsdeutsch er, an outland German. It was an appropriate description for a young German boy who spoke only Spanish and English. Nine months after Walter and his brother began classes at a strict, religious boarding school in southwest ern Germany, Hitler invaded Poland. The Rees boys, like all th e other children, j oined the fungvolk, the cub scouts of the Hitler Youth.
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