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Genes in Populations
Part 1: Introduction and history. Part 2: genetic equilibrium and random mating. Part 3: Non-random mating - consequences for the Genotype. Part 4: Forces changing gene frequencies.
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EVOLUTION OF MATING PREFERENCES
  • E. Spiess
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Evolution; international journal of organic…
  • 1 November 1980
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Low Frequency Advantage in Mating of Drosophila pseudoobscura Karyotypes
  • E. Spiess
  • Biology
  • The American Naturalist
  • 1 July 1968
In order to substantiate evidence and explore further details of frequency dependency between third chromosome arrangements in Drosophila pseudoobscura populations, multiple-choice mating experimentsExpand
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Minority Advantage in Interpopulational Matings of Drosophila persimilis
It may be assumed that frequency dependence with a minority advantage in mating propensity of Drosophila implies a difference between rival types which must be "recognizable" as a difference amongExpand
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MATING SPEED CONTROL BY GENE ARRANGEMENT CARRIERS IN DROSOPHILA PERSIMILIS
Genotypes which control mating behavior must have a vital function in the dynamics of natural populations, especially in gearing the sexes for reproductive efficiency and high Darwinian fitness.Expand
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MATING SPEED CONTROL BY GENE ARRANGEMENTS IN DROSOPHILA PSEUDOOBSCURA HOMOKARYOTYPES.
  • E. Spiess, B. Langer
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
  • 1 June 1964
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Mating Propensity and Its Genetic Basis in Drosophila
Sexual behavior must have evolved as an efficient mechanism to propagate the species. As a property contributing to Darwinian fitness it must be one of the most critical in the life cycle, becauseExpand
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MATING PROPENSITY, CHROMOSOMAL POLYMORPHISM, AND DEPENDENT CONDITIONS IN DROSPHILA PERSIMILIS
Evidence has now accumulated to suggest that chromosomal polymorphism in both Drosophila persimilis and D. pseudoobscura is associated with a portion of the genome which controls mating propensity inExpand
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Biochemical Characterization and Mass Spectrometric Disulfide Bond Mapping of Periplasmic α-Amylase MalS of Escherichia coli*
Periplasmic α-amylase of Escherichia coli, the malS gene product, hydrolyzes linear maltodextrins. The purified enzyme exhibited a K m of 49 μm and a V max of 0.36 μmol of p-nitrophenylhexaosideExpand
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Rare-Type Mating Advantage in Drosophila
Garcia-Bellido, A., and J. R. Merriam. 1969. Cell lineage of the imaginal discs in Drosophila gyna'ndromnorphs. J. Exp. Zool. 170:61-76. Plunkett, C. R. 1926. The interaction of genetic andExpand
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