Punnett devised the "Punnett Square" to depict the number and variety of genetic combinations, and had a role in shaping the Hardy-Weinberg law.
Reginald Punnett was the first Professor of Genetics at Cambridge.
DNAFTB Animation 5:Reginald Punnett and William Bateson explain Mendel's ratios.
The equilibrium model of G.N. Hardy and Wilhelm Weinberg showed that sterilization of affected individuals themselves would never appreciably reduce the incidence of mental disorders, which were thought to be inherited in a recessive manner.
William Bateson brought Mendel's laws to the attention of English scientists. Bateson and Reginald Punnett co-discovered "coupling," or gene linkage.
An interactive Punnett Square calculator to work out patterns of autosomal recessive inheritance.
An animation introduces DNA and the pattern of inheritance for SMA.
An interactive Punnett Square inheritance calculator to work out patterns of recessive inheritance for a trait.
An interactive Punnett Square calculator to work out patterns of inheritance for a recessive genetic disease.
An animation introducing the basic concepts of genetics and recessive inheritance.