ANTAGONISTIC COEVOLUTION MEDIATED BY PHENOTYPIC DIFFERENCES BETWEEN QUANTITATIVE TRAITS

@inproceedings{Nuismer2007ANTAGONISTICCM,
  title={ANTAGONISTIC COEVOLUTION MEDIATED BY PHENOTYPIC DIFFERENCES BETWEEN QUANTITATIVE TRAITS},
  author={S. Nuismer and B. Ridenhour and B. P. Oswald},
  booktitle={Evolution; international journal of organic evolution},
  year={2007}
}
  • S. Nuismer, B. Ridenhour, B. P. Oswald
  • Published in
    Evolution; international…
    2007
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Abstract Many well-studied coevolutionary interactions between predators and prey or hosts and parasites are mediated by quantitative traits. In some interactions, such as those between cuckoos and their hosts, interactions are mediated by the degree of phenotype matching among species, and a significant body of theory has been developed to predict the coevolutionary dynamics and outcomes of such interactions. In a large number of other cases, however, interactions are mediated by the extent to… CONTINUE READING

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