Quantifying the effects of anagenetic and cladogenetic evolution.

  title={Quantifying the effects of anagenetic and cladogenetic evolution.},
  author={Krzysztof Bartoszek},
  journal={Mathematical biosciences},
An ongoing debate in evolutionary biology is whether phenotypic change occurs predominantly around the time of speciation or whether it instead accumulates gradually over time. In this work I propose a general framework incorporating both types of change, quantify the effects of speciational change via the correlation between species and attribute the proportion of change to each type. I discuss results of parameter estimation of Hominoid body size in this light. I derive mathematical formulae… CONTINUE READING
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