Francis Bertody Sumner
Sumner was born in Pomfret, Connecticut. He studied at the University of Minnesota and Columbia University where in 1901 he received a PhD with a thesis on fish embryology. He became the Director of the U.S. Bureau of Fisheries Laboratory at Woods Hole. He worked as a Professor of Biology at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography.
- A Biological Survey of the Waters of Woods Hole and Vicinity (1913)
- Heredity, Environment, and Responsibility (1921)
- Genetic, Distributional, and Evolutionary Studies of the Subspecies of Deer Mice (Peromyscus) (1932)
- The Life History of an American Naturalist (1945)
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