• Publications
  • Influence
THE INTERPRETATION OF POPULATION STRUCTURE BY F‐STATISTICS WITH SPECIAL REGARD TO SYSTEMS OF MATING
TLDR
It was found that there is no equilibrium in either case short of complete fixation locally, in spite of the linear increase in number of different ancestors with increasing number of ancestral generations, in contrast to systems (half first cousin or second cousin) in which this increase is more than linear and a steady state is rapidly attained with respect to heterozygosis.
Variability within and among natural populations
"Wright's views about population genetics and evolution are so fundamental and so comprehensive that every serious student must examine these books firsthand. . . . Publication of this treatise is a
Genetical Structure of Populations
  • S. Wright
  • Biology, Medicine
    Nature
  • 12 August 1950
Coefficients of Inbreeding and Relationship
  • S. Wright
  • Biology
    The American Naturalist
  • 1 July 1922
TLDR
The importance of having a coefficient by means of which the degree of inbreeding may be expressed has been brought out by Pearl' in a number of papers published between 1913 and 1917.
Evolution in mendelian populations
Page 108, last line of text, for "P/P″" read "P′/P″." Page 120, last line, for "δ v " read "δ y ." Page 123, line 10, for "4Nn" read "4Nu." Page 125, line 1, for "q" read "q." Page 126, line 12,
The Method of Path Coefficients
The Method of path coefficients was suggested a number of years ago (Wright 1918, more fully 1920, 1921), as a flexible means of relating the correlation coefficients between variables in a multiple
The theory of gene frequencies
"Wright's views about population genetics and evolution are so fundamental and so comprehensive that every serious student must examine these books firsthand. . . . Publication of this treatise is a
Breeding Structure of Populations in Relation to Speciation
  • S. Wright
  • Biology
    The American Naturalist
  • 1 May 1940
TLDR
There is no one rule either with respect to cross-sterility or to other characters in the process of speciation, and in some cases the most significant differences seem to be in chromosome number and organization.
...
...