Phenotypic variation , sexual reproduction and evolutionary population dynamics

@inproceedings{Doebeli2002PhenotypicV,
  title={Phenotypic variation , sexual reproduction and evolutionary population dynamics},
  author={Michael Doebeli},
  year={2002}
}
I studied the effects of introducing phenotypic variation into a well-known single species model for a population with discrete, non-overlapping generations. The phenotypes differed in their dynamic behaviour. The analysis was made under the assumption that the population was in an evolutionary stable state. Differences in the timing of the competitive impacts of the phenotypes on each other had a strong simplifying effect on the dynamics. This result could also be applied to competition… CONTINUE READING

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