Linked bibliography for the SEP article "
Evolutionary Genetics" by Michael Wade
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- Cook, L. M. and D. A. Jones. 1996. "The medionigra gene in
the moth Panaxia dominula: The case for selection." Phil.
Trans. Roy. Soc., B 351: 1623-1634. (Scholar)
- Ewens, W. C. 2000. "The mathematical foundations of population
genetics." In: Evolutionary genetics, R. Singh and C.
Krimbas, eds. Cambridge University Press, New York, pp. 24-40. (Scholar)
- Fisher, R. A. 1930. The genetical theory of natural
selection. Clarendon Press, Oxford. (Scholar)
- Fisher, R. A., and E. B. Ford. 1947. "The spread of a gene in
natural conditions in a colony of the moth Panaxia dominula
L." Heredity, 1:143-174. (Scholar)
- Fisher, R. A., and E. B. Ford. 1950. "The “Sewall
Wright” effect." Heredity 4:117-119. (Scholar)
- Ford, E. B. 1940. "Genetic research in the Lepidoptera." Ann.
Eugenics, 10:227-252. (Scholar)
- Ford, E. B. 1975. Ecological Genetics, 4th ed,
Chap. 7. Chapman and Hall, London. (Scholar)
- Goodnight, C. J. and M. J. Wade. 2000. "The ongoing synthesis: a
reply to Coyne et al." (1999). Evolution, 54:
- Haldane, J. B. S. 1957. "The cost of natural selection."
Journal of Genetics, 55:511-524. (Scholar)
- Huxley, J. 1942. Evolution the modern synthesis. Harper
& Brothers, New York. (Scholar)
- Kimura, M. 1983. The neutral theory of molecular
evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Scholar)
- Lewontin, R. C. 1974. The genetic basis of evolutionary
change. New York: Columbia University Press. (Scholar)
- Nevo, E. 2001. "Evolution of genome-phenome diversity under
environmental stress." Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. (USA),
- Provine, W. B. 1971. The origins of theoretical population
genetics. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. (Scholar)
- Provine, W. B. 1986. Sewall Wright and evolutionary
biology. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. (Scholar)
- Shuster, S. M. and M. J. Wade. 2003. Mating systems and
strategies. Princeton: Princeton University Press. (Scholar)
- Wade, M. J. 2001. "Epistasis, complex traits, and rates of
evolution." Genetica, 112: 59-69. (Scholar)
- Wade, M. J. 2002. "A gene's eye view of epistasis, selection, and
speciation." J. Evol. Biology, 15:337-346.
- Wade, M. J., and C. J. Goodnight. 1998. "Genetics and adaptation
in metapopulations: When nature does many small experiments."
Evolution, 52:1537-1553. (Scholar)
- Wright, S. 1948. "On the roles of directed and random changes in
gene frequency in the genetics of populations." Evolution,