The effect of recombination on the neutral evolution of genetic robustness.

  title={The effect of recombination on the neutral evolution of genetic robustness.},
  author={Gergely J. Sz{\"o}llosi and Imre Der{\'e}nyi},
  journal={Mathematical biosciences},
  volume={214 1-2},
Conventional population genetics considers the evolution of a limited number of genotypes corresponding to phenotypes with different fitness. As model phenotypes, in particular RNA secondary structure, have become computationally tractable, however, it has become apparent that the context dependent effect of mutations and the many-to-one nature inherent in these genotype-phenotype maps can have fundamental evolutionary consequences. It has previously been demonstrated that populations of… CONTINUE READING

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