THE EVOLUTIONARY DYNAMICS OF COMPLEX POLYMORPHISMS , ,

@article{Lewontin1960THEED,
  title={THE EVOLUTIONARY DYNAMICS OF COMPLEX POLYMORPHISMS , ,},
  author={R. Lewontin and K. Kojima},
  journal={Evolution},
  year={1960},
  volume={14}
}
The theory of balanced polymorphism which has been elaborated by population geneticists, notably Sewall Wright and R. A. Fisher, has in the main been concerned with the effects of single loci. As theory generally goes apace with experiment, this accent on single locus polymorphisms has been due to the plethora of observational evidence relating to simple cases. It is sufficient to note the vast effort made by Dobzhansky and his co-workers in their elucidation of the inversion polymorphism of… Expand
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