But on the other hand O'Hara had what wallace stevens, a native of that part of the world, called a willingness to celebrate.
“Our island solitude, unsponsored, free,” as wallace stevens put it.
American biologist who identified the role of X and Y chromosomes in determining the sex of an organism. Stevens studied the chromosomes of mealworm beetles, first establishing that chromosomes are inherited in pairs. She later showed that eggs fertilized by X-carrying sperm produced female offspring, while Y-carrying sperm produced male offspring. She extended this work to studies of sex determination in various plants and insects.