A simple fitness proxy for structured populations with continuous traits, with case studies on the evolution of haplo-diploids and genetic dimorphisms.

@article{Metz2011ASF,
  title={A simple fitness proxy for structured populations with continuous traits, with case studies on the evolution of haplo-diploids and genetic dimorphisms.},
  author={Johan A. J. Metz and Olof Leimar},
  journal={Journal of biological dynamics},
  year={2011},
  volume={5 2},
  pages={163-90}
}
For structured populations in equilibrium with everybody born equal, ln(R (0)) is a useful fitness proxy for evolutionarily steady strategy (ESS) and most adaptive dynamics calculations, with R (0) the average lifetime number of offspring in the clonal and haploid cases, and half the average lifetime number of offspring fathered or mothered for Mendelian diploids. When individuals have variable birth states, as is, for example, the case in spatial models, R (0) is itself an eigenvalue, which… CONTINUE READING

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For structured populations in equilibrium with everybody born equal , ln(R ( 0 ) ) is a useful fitness proxy for evolutionarily steady strategy ( ESS ) and most adaptive dynamics calculations , with R ( 0 ) the average lifetime number of offspring in the clonal and haploid cases , and half the average lifetime number of offspring fathered or mothered for Mendelian diploids .
For structured populations in equilibrium with everybody born equal , ln(R ( 0 ) ) is a useful fitness proxy for evolutionarily steady strategy ( ESS ) and most adaptive dynamics calculations , with R ( 0 ) the average lifetime number of offspring in the clonal and haploid cases , and half the average lifetime number of offspring fathered or mothered for Mendelian diploids .
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