Frequency-Dependent Selection: When Being Different Makes You Not Stand out

Abstract

A recent study reports frequency-dependent survival within highly variable guppy populations. Fitness advantages to rare genotypes may help maintain variation within populations, but the mechanisms underlying these advantages require further study. 
DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2006.08.038

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@article{Nosil2006FrequencyDependentSW, title={Frequency-Dependent Selection: When Being Different Makes You Not Stand out}, author={Patrik Nosil}, journal={Current Biology}, year={2006}, volume={16}, pages={R806-R808} }