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The "nearly neutral" theory of molecular evolution proposes that many features of genomes arise from the interaction of three weak evolutionary forces: mutation, genetic drift, and natural selection… (More)
The history of convergence acceleration methods in the 17th century is surveyed. Acceleration methods are classified into three categories.
We monitored the phenotypic and genotypic changes that occur when two behavioral races come into contact in laboratory populations. Drosophila melanogaster from Zimbabwe and nearby regions (Z type)… (More)
A fixed point sequence is singular if the Jacobian matrix at the limit has 1 as an eigenvalue. The asymptotic behaviour of some singular fixed point sequences in one dimension are extended toN… (More)
The strictly allopatric model of speciation makes definable predictions on the pattern of divergence, one of which is the uniformity in the divergence time across genomic regions. Using 345 coding… (More)
Due to advances in sequencing technologies, large-scale genomic research has become feasible for many biologists who study organisms that are not traditionally used as model organisms. Many genomes… (More)
Levin's transformations are extended to vector sequences. Convergence theorems for certain linear and certain logarithmic vector sequences are proved. Numerical examples are also given.
Recent studies suggest the existence of a stochasticity in gene expression (SGE) in many organisms, and its non-negligible effect on their phenotype and fitness. To date, however, how SGE affects the… (More)