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To determine whether genetic constraints on adaptive evolution were operating in a laboratory population of a flour beetle, Tribolium castaneum, we first estimated the direct selection acting on each of several body size traits. Strong selection in males for an increase in pupal weight and a decrease in the ratio of adult to pupal weight occurred. In(More)
The photometric precision needed to measure a transit of small planets cannot be achieved by taking observations from the ground, so observations must be made from space. Mid-sized nanosatellites can provide a low-cost option for building an optical system to take these observations. The potential of using nanosatellites of varying sizes to perform transit(More)
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