Scapes history - sources


Provine, William B. 1986. Sewall Wright and Evolutionary Biology. University of Chicago Press.

Wright, Sewall. 1922. The effects of inbreeding and crossbreeding on guinea pigs, III: Crosses between highly inbred families. Bulletin No. 1121. U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Wright, Sewall. 1930. The genetical theory of natural selection: a review. Journal of Heredity 21:349-356.

Wright, Sewall. 1931. Evolution in mendelian populations. Genetics 16:97-159.

Wright, Sewall. 1932. The roles of mutation, inbreeding, crossbreeding, and selection in evolution. Proceedings of the Sixth International Congress of Genetics 1:356-366.

Kaplan, Jonathan. 2008. The end of the adaptive landscape metaphor? Biology and Philosophy 23:625-638.

Plutynski, Anya. 2008. The rise and fall of the adaptive landscape? Biology and Philosophy 23:605-623.

Pigliucci, Massimo. 2008. Sewall Wright’s adaptive landscapes: 1932 vs. 1988. Biology and Philosophy 23:591-603.

Serrelli, Emanuele. 2011. Adaptive landscapes: A case study of metaphors, models, and synthesis in evolutionary biology. Tesi di dottorato, Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca.

Fisher, Ronald A. 1930. The Genetical Theory of Natural Selection. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Stadler, Barbel M. R., Peter F. Stadler, Gunter P. Wagner, and Walter Fontana. 2001. The topology of the possible: Formal spaces underlying patterns of evolutionary change. Journal of Theoretical Biology 213:241-274.

Lindsey, Haley, Jenna Gallie, Susan Taylor and Benjamin Kerr. 2013. Evolutionary rescue from extinction is contingent on a lower rate of environmental change. Nature 494:463-466.

Endersby, Jim. 2009. A Guinea Pig's History of Biology. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. Print.

Interviews with Professors Ryan Calsbeek and Michael Dietrich (Spring 2014)

From The Adaptive Landscape in Evolutionary Biology (Edited by Erik I. Svensson and Ryan Calsbeek, 2012, Oxford University Press):

Skipper, Robert A. Jr. and Michael R. Dietrich. Sewall Wright’s adaptive landscape: Philosophical reflections on heuristic value.

Pigliucci, Massimo. Landscapes, surfaces, and morphospaces: What are they good for?

Frank, Steven A. Wright’s adaptive landscape versus Fisher’s fundamental theorem.