Genes as leaders and followers in evolution.


A major question for the study of phenotypic evolution is whether intra- and interspecific diversity originates directly from genetic variation, or instead, as plastic responses to environmental influences initially, followed later by genetic change. In species with discrete alternative phenotypes, evolutionary sequences can be inferred from transitions… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.tree.2010.12.010


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@article{Schwander2011GenesAL, title={Genes as leaders and followers in evolution.}, author={Tanja Schwander and Olof Leimar}, journal={Trends in ecology & evolution}, year={2011}, volume={26 3}, pages={143-51} }