Interacting phenotypes and the evolutionary process. III. Social evolution.

@article{McGlothlin2010InteractingPA,
  title={Interacting phenotypes and the evolutionary process. III. Social evolution.},
  author={Joel W McGlothlin and Allen J. Moore and Jason B. Wolf and Edmund Darrell Brodie},
  journal={Evolution; international journal of organic evolution},
  year={2010},
  volume={64 9},
  pages={
          2558-74
        }
}
Interactions among conspecifics influence social evolution through two distinct but intimately related paths. First, they provide the opportunity for indirect genetic effects (IGEs), where genes expressed in one individual influence the expression of traits in others. Second, interactions can generate social selection when traits expressed in one individual influence the fitness of others. Here, we present a quantitative genetic model of multivariate trait evolution that integrates the effects… CONTINUE READING
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