Evolution in Mendelian Populations is a lengthy 1931 scientific paper on evolution by the American population geneticist Sewall Wright. The paper was first published in Genetics volume 16, pages 97–126. In it, Wright outlines various concepts, including genetic drift, effective population size, and inbreeding. A contemporary review by R.A. Fisher can be found here

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  • Evolution in Mendelian Populations is a lengthy 1931 scientific paper on evolution by the American population geneticist Sewall Wright. The paper was first published in Genetics volume 16, pages 97–126. In it, Wright outlines various concepts, including genetic drift, effective population size, and inbreeding. A contemporary review by R.A. Fisher can be found here (en)
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  • Evolution in Mendelian Populations is a lengthy 1931 scientific paper on evolution by the American population geneticist Sewall Wright. The paper was first published in Genetics volume 16, pages 97–126. In it, Wright outlines various concepts, including genetic drift, effective population size, and inbreeding. A contemporary review by R.A. Fisher can be found here (en)
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  • Evolution in Mendelian Populations (en)
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