A. W. F. Edwards - Publications - Selected Papers

Selected Papers

  • Cavalli-Sforza, L.L. and A.W.F. Edwards. 1964. Analysis of human evolution. Genetics Today 3:923–933.
  • Edwards, A.W.F, and L.L. Cavalli-Sforza. 1964. Reconstruction of evolutionary trees. pp. 67–76 in Phenetic and Phylogenetic Classification, ed. V. H. Heywood and J. McNeill. Systematics Association pub. no. 6, London.
  • Cavalli-Sforza, L.L. and A.W.F. Edwards. 1967. Phylogenetic analysis: models and estimation procedures. American Journal of Human Genetics 19:233–257.
  • Edwards, A.W.F. 1969. Statistical methods in scientific inference. Nature 222:1233–1237.
  • Edwards, A.W.F. 1974. The history of likelihood. International Statistical Review 42:9–15.
  • Edwards, A.W.F. 1986. Are Mendel's results really too close? Biological Reviews 61:295–312.
  • Edwards, A.W.F. 1996. The origin and early development of the method of minimum evolution for the reconstruction of phylogenetic trees. Systematic Biology 45:79–91.
  • Edwards, A.W.F. 2000. The Genetical Theory of Natural Selection. Genetics 154:1419–1426.
  • Edwards, A.W.F. 2003. Human genetic diversity: Lewontin's fallacy. BioEssays 25:798–801.

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