A theory of natural selection incorporating interaction among individuals. III. Use of random groups of inbred individuals.

@article{Griffing1981ATO,
  title={A theory of natural selection incorporating interaction among individuals. III. Use of random groups of inbred individuals.},
  author={Bruce Griffing},
  journal={Journal of theoretical biology},
  year={1981},
  volume={89 4},
  pages={
          679-90
        }
}
  • Bruce Griffing
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    Journal of theoretical…
    1981
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Abstract The present series of papers attempts to accommodate interaction among individuals in evolutionary theory. The interaction phenomenon is genetically characterized by two dimensions (direct and associate) of gene activity. For optimal selection results, a balance between the two dimensions must occur. In the first paper of the series, it was shown that random interactions resulted in an unbalanced selection response in that the direct, but not associate, effects were included in the… CONTINUE READING

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