Adaptation at Specific Loci. III. Field Behavior and Survivorship Differences among Colias Pgi Genotypes Are Predictable from IN VITRO Biochemistry.

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Previous work on the phosphoglucose isomerase (PGI) polymorphism of Colias butterflies led to predictions concerning aspects of differential survivorship and fecundity among the polymorphic genotypes in the wild. Explicit assumptions underlying these predictions were that functional differences among genotypes at the in vitro biochemical level reflected… (More)

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@article{Watt1983AdaptationAS, title={Adaptation at Specific Loci. III. Field Behavior and Survivorship Differences among Colias Pgi Genotypes Are Predictable from IN VITRO Biochemistry.}, author={Ward B. Watt and Ren{\'e} Cassin and Mara Swan}, journal={Genetics}, year={1983}, volume={103 4}, pages={725-39} }