Get paper from

journal cover

Selection constrains phenotypic evolution in a functionally important plant trait

bioRxiv

Feb 13, 2015

Christopher David Muir

Get paper from

Abstract

A long-standing idea is that the macroevolutionary adaptive landscape -- a `map' of phenotype to fitness -- constrains evolution because certain phenotypes are fit, while others are universally unfit. Such constraints should be evident in traits that, across many species, cluster around...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Landscapes
Species
Plant Leaves
MUTYH-Associate Polyposis
Microtubule-Associated Proteins
Adaptation
EAF2 gene
Phenotype Determination
Multimodal Imaging
Embryophyta
10
7
Paper Details
References
    • References
    • Citations

      References currently unavailable

      We're still populating references for this paper, please check back later.
    • References
    • Citations

      No citations available

      This paper may not have been cited yet.
  • Selection constrains phenotypic evolution in a functionally important plant trait

    bioRxiv

    Feb 13, 2015

    Christopher David Muir

    PMID: 990015172

    DOI: 10.1101/015172

    Abstract

    A long-standing idea is that the macroevolutionary adaptive landscape -- a `map' of phenotype to fitness -- constrains evolution because certain phenotypes are fit, while others are universally unfit. Such constraints should be evident in traits that, across many species, cluster around...read more

    Mentioned in this Paper

    Landscapes
    Species
    Plant Leaves
    MUTYH-Associate Polyposis
    Microtubule-Associated Proteins
    10
    7

    Related Papers

    Paper Details
    References
    • References
    • Citations

      References currently unavailable

      We're still populating references for this paper, please check back later.
    • References
    • Citations

      No citations available

      This paper may not have been cited yet.
  • Get paper from

    © 2019 Meta ULC. All rights reserved.
    /papers/selection-constrains-phenotypic-evolution-in-a/990015172