^Hudson, P. S., and R. H. Richens. The New Genetics in the Soviet Union. Cambridge, U.K.: English School of Agriculture, 1946.
^Isis, Volume 37. History of Science Society, Académie internationale d'histoire des sciences. 1947 [2007-10-18]. The fact that Mendel was a priest has been similarly used to discredit his ideas.
^Eugenics: Galton and After. Duckworth. 1952 [2007-10-18]. Was not Mendel a priest ? If, as the reactionaries maintain, genetic processes are subject to the laws of chance ...
^George Aiken Taylor. The Presbyterian Journal, Volume 31. Southern Presbyterian Journal Co. 1972 [2007-10-18]. Mendel, of course, must be discredited, in Communist thought, because he was a product of the West and of the Church.
^The Australasian Journal of Psychology and Philosophy, Volumes 23-27. Australasian Association of Psychology and Philosophy. 1945 [2007-10-18]. He trenchantly criticises Lysenko's vilification of the work of Mendel and Morgan as "fascist, bourgeois-capitalistic, and inspired by clerics" (that Mendel was a priest is taken as sufficient to discredit his experiments).