Resource subdivision and the advantage of genotypic diversity in Drosophila

Abstract

It is noted that maintenance of genetic heterogeneity in natural populations of Drosophila, through the effect that variation in genotypic diversity across breeding sites may have on their productivity, depends not only on the effective number of parents contributing gametes to a site, as previously shown by other authors, but also on the number of loci… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/hdy.1997.45

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