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Symmetry-breaking as an origin of species

@inproceedings{Buescu2003SymmetrybreakingAA,
  title={Symmetry-breaking as an origin of species},
  author={J. Buescu and S. Castro and Ap Dias and Isabel S. Labouriau},
  year={2003}
}
  • J. Buescu, S. Castro, +1 author Isabel S. Labouriau
  • Published 2003
  • Biology
  • A central problem in evolutionary biology is the occurrence in the fossil record of new species of organisms. Darwin's view, in The Origin of Species, was that speciation is the result of gradual accumulations of changes in body-plan and behaviour. Mayr asked why gene-flow failed to prevent speciation, and his answer was the classical allopatric theory in which a small founder population becomes geographically isolated and evolves independently of the main group. An alternative class of… CONTINUE READING
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