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Henry Baldwin Ward grad student 1911-1912 UIUC (Neurotree)
 (MS advisor (see Provine's book 'Sewall Wright and Evolutionary Biology'))
William Ernest Castle grad student 1915 Harvard
 (Studies on inheritance in Guinea pigs.)


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Edgar Brewer Hale grad student Chicago (Neurotree)
Alan Robertson grad student Chicago
Liane  B. Russell grad student (Evolution Tree)
Arthur B. Chapman grad student 1931 Chicago (Physiology Academic Tree)
Thomas Park grad student 1932 Chicago (Marine Ecology Tree)
Herman Burleigh Chase grad student 1938 Chicago (Physiology Academic Tree)
Allen S. Fox grad student 1948 Chicago
Herman M. Slatis grad student 1951 Chicago (Evolution Tree)
Robert R. Sokal grad student 1952 (Evolution Tree)
Janice Spofford grad student 1955 Chicago (Evolution Tree)
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Wright S. (1984) The first Meckel Oration: On the causes of morphological differences in a population of guinea pigs American Journal of Medical Genetics. 18: 591-616
Wright S. (1982) Dobzhansky'S Genetics Of Natural Populations Evolution. 36: 1102-1106
Wright S. (1976) Genetics and Cytology The Quarterly Review of Biology. 51: 286-287
Sheppard PM, Wright S. (1971) Evolution and the Genetics of Populations. Vol. 2. The Theory of Gene Frequencies Journal of Animal Ecology. 40: 266
Kempthorne O, Wright S. (1971) Evolution and the Genetics of Populations. Volume 2: The Theory of Gene Frequencies. Biometrics. 27: 758
Wright S. (1969) The Theoretical Course of Directional Selection The American Naturalist. 103: 561-574
Wright S. (1965) Factor Interaction and Linkage in Evolution Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 162: 80-104
WRIGHT S. (1960) The genetics of vital characters of the guinea pig. Journal of Cellular and Comparative Physiology. 56: 123-51
Wright S. (1959) Physiological Genetics, Ecology of Populations, and Natural Selection Perspectives in Biology and Medicine. 3: 107-151
Wright S. (1959) Genetics and the Hierarchy of Biological Sciences: Genetics is binding biology at all levels, from macromolecule to species, into a unified discipline Science. 130: 959-965
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