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Adaptation to a novel predator in Drosophila melanogaster: How well are we able to predict evolutionary responses?

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May 19, 2014

Michael DeNieuIan Dworkin

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Evolutionary theory is sufficiently well developed to allow for short-term prediction of evolutionary trajectories. In addition to the presence of heritable variation, prediction requires knowledge of the form of natural selection on relevant traits. While many studies estimate the form...read more

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Adaptation to a novel predator in Drosophila melanogaster: How well are we able to predict evolutionary responses?

bioRxiv

May 19, 2014

Michael DeNieuIan Dworkin

PMID: 990005322

DOI: 10.1101/005322

Abstract

Evolutionary theory is sufficiently well developed to allow for short-term prediction of evolutionary trajectories. In addition to the presence of heritable variation, prediction requires knowledge of the form of natural selection on relevant traits. While many studies estimate the form...read more

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EAF2 gene
Orientation (spatial)
Mantodea
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Study
Response (Communication)
Adaptation
Predator
Direction
Size
10
17

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