Adaptive Radiation along Genetic Lines of Least Resistance.

  title={Adaptive Radiation along Genetic Lines of Least Resistance.},
  author={Dolph Schluter},
  journal={Evolution; international journal of organic evolution},
  volume={50 5},
Are measurements of quantitative genetic variation useful for predicting long-term adaptive evolution? To answer this question, I focus on gmax , the multivariate direction of greatest additive genetic variance within populations. Original data on threespine sticklebacks, together with published genetic measurements from other vertebrates, show that morphological differentiation between species has been biased in the direction of gmax for at least four million years, despite evidence that… CONTINUE READING
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