Epigenetically facilitated mutational assimilation: epigenetics as a hub within the inclusive evolutionary synthesis

@article{Danchin2018EpigeneticallyFM,
  title={Epigenetically facilitated mutational assimilation: epigenetics as a hub within the inclusive evolutionary synthesis},
  author={E. Danchin and A. Pocheville and O. Rey and B. Pujol and S. Blanchet},
  journal={Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society},
  year={2018},
  volume={94},
  pages={259 - 282}
}
After decades of debate about the existence of non‐genetic inheritance, the focus is now slowly shifting towards dissecting its underlying mechanisms. Here, we propose a new mechanism that, by integrating non‐genetic and genetic inheritance, may help build the long‐sought inclusive vision of evolution. After briefly reviewing the wealth of evidence documenting the existence and ubiquity of non‐genetic inheritance in a table, we review the categories of mechanisms of parent–offspring resemblance… Expand
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