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AYALA, F. J.
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Philosophy Sci., 1970, 37, pp 1-15
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SMOUSE, P. E.
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Theoretical Population Biology, 1971, 2, pp 469-481
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WRIGHT, S.
Publisher
Chicago: University of Chicago Press.,
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Evolution and the genetics of populations. Vol. 2. The theory of gene frequencies., 1969, pp viii + 512 pp.
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METTLER, L. E.; GREGG, T. G.
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Englewood Cliffs, New Jers.: Prentice-Hall, Inc.,
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Population genetics and evolution., 1969, pp xii+212 pp.
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SCHAFFER, W. M.
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Evolution, Lawrence, Kans., 1968, 22, pp 817-825
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A review. [For Pt. I see A.B.A., 36, No. 2082.

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KAMSILOV, M. M.
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Geneiika, Mosk., 1968, 4, 1, pp 135-144
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It is commonly assumed that, in response to evolutionary needs for increasingly complex body organization, the mammalian genome had accumulated an enormous number of gene loci, and that, in order to regulate such a large number of loci, mammals have acquired genetic regulatory mechanisms of...

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OHNO, S.
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Developmental Biology, 1972, 27, pp 131-136
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A review.

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BOESIGER, E.
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Scientia, Bologna, 1967, 102, pp 207-223
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Selection within populations is normally against dispersal. New populations, however, are founded by dispersers, and if there is extinction of local populations there will be a balance between these modes of selection (group and individual). There are single-allele equilibria for given...

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VAN VALEN, L.
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Lawrence, Kans.,
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Evolution, 1971, 25, pp 591-598
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A model for an evolving population having an infinite number of types was formulated in order to facilitate study of the long-term effects of mutation and selection on the genetic composition of a population. The authors begin with the simplest case, that of an asexual population, and then extend...

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ESHEL, I.
Citation
Theoretical Population Biology, 1971, 2, pp 209-236

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