Adaptive topography in family-structured models of kin selection.

Abstract

Adaptive topographies provide a means of summarizing the qualitative dynamics of evolution. Inclusive fitness serves as an organizing concept in much of sociobiology. Through the use of Sewall Wright's "fitness function," the theoretical equivalence of these concepts for weak selection in family-structured populations is demonstrated.

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@article{Michod1980AdaptiveTI, title={Adaptive topography in family-structured models of kin selection.}, author={Richard E. Michod and R Abugov}, journal={Science}, year={1980}, volume={210 4470}, pages={667-9} }