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Below are some references to Mendel's work. Some of these papers are difficult to find so we are requesting permission of the publishers to place copies of these manuscripts on this website. As permission is granted we will link to the manuscripts.
  • "Has Mendel's Work Been Rediscovered?" R. A. Fisher, Annals of Science 1:115-126, 1936.
  • "Experimental Studies of Belief Dependence of Observations and of Resistance to Conceptual Change" Moti Nissani and Donna Marie Hoefler-Nissani, Cognition and Instruction, 9:97-111, 1992.
  • "Role of de Vries in the recovery of Mendel's work" Alain Corcos and Floyd Monaghan, The Journal of Heredity, 76:187-190, 1985.
  • "Are Mendel's Results Really Too Close?" A. W. F. Edwards, Biol. Rev., 61:295-312, 1986.
  • "Mapping Medelian Factors Underlying Quantitative Traits Using Quantitative Traits Using RFLP Linkage Maps" Eric S. Lander and David Botstein, Genetics, 121:185-199, 1989
  • "The importance of starch biosynthesis in the wrinkled seed shapre character of peas studied by Mendel" Madan Bhattacharyya, Cathie Martin Alison Smith, Plant Molecular Biology, 22: 525-531, 1993.
  • "Mendel's Work and Its Rediscovery: A New Perspective" Alain F. Corcos and Floyd V. Monaghan, Plant Sciences, 9:197-212, 1990.
  • "Influences on Mendel" Colleen J. Huckabee, The American Biology Teacher, 51:84-88, 1989
  • "Gregor Mendel: An Opponent of Descent with Modification" L. A. Callender, Historical Science, 26:41-75, 1988.