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Chakravarti, . 2004 Ching Chun Li (1912–2003): a personal remembrance of a hero of genetics. Spiess, . 1983 Ching Chun Li, courageous scholar of population genetics, human genetics, and biostatistics: a living history essay.
Ching Chun Li (Chinese: 李景均; pinyin: Lǐ Jǐngjūn; October 27, 1912 – October 20, 2003) was a Chinese-American population geneticist and human geneticist. Ching Chun Li was born on October 27, 1912, in Taku, Tianjin, China. He received his BS degree in agronomy from the University of Nanking in 1936 and a PhD in plant breeding and genetics from Cornell University in 1940.
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Academic journal article Genetics His remarkable guidance gave me sufficient awareness of population genetics .
Academic journal article Genetics. Remembrance of Ching Chun Li, 1912-2003. His remarkable guidance gave me sufficient awareness of population genetics principles that could be applied to natural populations of organisms as well as to human populations such that I could organize my thoughts to write a basic textbook for my students, namely Genes in Populations (SPIESS 1977, 1989). Even though he had written 10 books and more than 100 scientific articles, he felt inadequate in writing English prose and, in addition, he did not want to have an autobiographical sketch that might appear to be self-praising.
An introduction to the problems of genetics for students of genetics, evolution, anthropology and ecology.
Select Format: Hardcover. An introduction to the problems of genetics for students of genetics, evolution, anthropology and ecology. ISBN13:9780226478784. Release Date:January 1955.
Professor Ching Chun Li, Courageous Scholar and Educator. Ching Chun Li, courageous scholar of population genetics, human genetics, and biostatistics: A living history essay. Aravinda Chakravarti. An introduction to population genetics. Gene war of the century"?
Li was born in Tianjin, China, in 1912. He received his bachelor’s degree in agronomy from the University of Nanking before coming to the United States for a doctorate in plant breeding and genetics at Cornell University. He returned to China and, in 1946, joined National Beijing University where he later served as chair of the agronomy department and wrote his first book, Population Genetics, at age 34. With the introduction of the Communist government to China in 1949, Li and his family fled to Hong Kong.