On the unfounded enthusiasm for soft selective sweeps.

Abstract

Underlying any understanding of the mode, tempo and relative importance of the adaptive process in the evolution of natural populations is the notion of whether adaptation is mutation limited. Two very different population genetic models have recently been proposed in which the rate of adaptation is not strongly limited by the rate at which newly arising… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/ncomms6281

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