The Genetical Theory of Natural Selection
by R. A. Fisher
Publisher: At The Clarendon Press 1930
Number of pages: 308
Providing a synthesis of Darwinian selection and Mendelian genetics and marking a turning point in the development of evolutionary thought, this work is one of the most frequently cited references in modern evolutionary biology. Added to the facsimile is a brief foreword about Fisher and the work's reception.
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