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The strategy of model building in population biology

@article{Levins1966TheSO,
  title={The strategy of model building in population biology},
  author={R. Levins},
  journal={American Scientist},
  year={1966},
  volume={54},
  pages={421-431}
}
  • R. Levins
  • Published 1966
  • Biology
  • American Scientist
what were previously independent clusters of more or less co herent theory. Population genetics and population ecology, the most mathematical areas of population biology, had developed with quite different assumptions and techniques, while mathematical biogeography is essentially a new field. For population genetics, a population is specified by the frequencies of genotypes without reference to the age distribution, physiological state as a reflection of past history, or population density. A… Expand
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