Adaptive dynamics in diploid, sexual populations and the evolution of reproductive isolation.

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Evolutionary branching is the process whereby an initially monomorphic population evolves to a point where it undergoes disruptive selection and splits up into two phenotypically diverging lineages. We studied evolutionary branching in three models that are ecologically identical but that have different genetic systems. The first model is clonal, the second… (More)

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@article{Geritz2000AdaptiveDI, title={Adaptive dynamics in diploid, sexual populations and the evolution of reproductive isolation.}, author={Stefan A. H. Geritz and E´. Kisdi}, journal={Proceedings. Biological sciences}, year={2000}, volume={267 1453}, pages={1671-8} }