How to measure indirect genetic effects: the congruence of trait-based and variance-partitioning approaches.

@article{McGlothlin2009HowTM,
  title={How to measure indirect genetic effects: the congruence of trait-based and variance-partitioning approaches.},
  author={Joel W McGlothlin and Edmund D Brodie},
  journal={Evolution; international journal of organic evolution},
  year={2009},
  volume={63 7},
  pages={1785-95}
}
Indirect genetic effects (IGEs), which occur when phenotypic expression in one individual is influenced by genes in another conspecific individual, may have a drastic effect on evolutionary response to selection. General evolutionary models of IGEs have been developed using two distinct theoretical frameworks derived from maternal effects theory. The first framework is trait-based and focuses on how phenotypes are influenced by specific traits in a social partner, with the strength of… CONTINUE READING
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