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Phenotypic plasticity facilitates mutational variance, genetic variance, and evolvability along the major axis of environmental variation

Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution

Sep 6, 2012

Jeremy Draghi, Michael Whitlock

Abstract

Phenotypically plastic genotypes express different phenotypes in different environments, often in adaptive ways. The evolution of phenotypic plasticity creates developmental systems that are more flexible along the trait dimensions that are more plastic, and as a result, we hypothesize ...read more

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Gene Regulatory Networks
Impacts, Environmental
Phenotype Determination
Biological Evolution
Selection, Genetic
EAF2 gene
Variation (Genetics)
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Phenotypic plasticity facilitates mutational variance, genetic variance, and evolvability along the major axis of environmental variation

Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution

Sep 6, 2012

Jeremy Draghi, Michael Whitlock

PMID: 22946810

DOI: 10.1111/j.1558-5646.2012.01649.x

Abstract

Phenotypically plastic genotypes express different phenotypes in different environments, often in adaptive ways. The evolution of phenotypic plasticity creates developmental systems that are more flexible along the trait dimensions that are more plastic, and as a result, we hypothesize ...read more

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In Silico
Gene Regulatory Networks
Impacts, Environmental
Phenotype Determination
Biological Evolution
Selection, Genetic
EAF2 gene
Variation (Genetics)
6
263

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Microbial ecology, genetics and evolution

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