Towards a Dynamic Interaction Network of Life to unify and expand the evolutionary theory

@inproceedings{Bapteste2018TowardsAD,
  title={Towards a Dynamic Interaction Network of Life to unify and expand the evolutionary theory},
  author={Eric Bapteste and Philippe Huneman},
  booktitle={BMC Biology},
  year={2018}
}
The classic Darwinian theory and the Synthetic evolutionary theory and their linear models, while invaluable to study the origins and evolution of species, are not primarily designed to model the evolution of organisations, typically that of ecosystems, nor that of processes. How could evolutionary theory better explain the evolution of biological complexity and diversity? Inclusive network-based analyses of dynamic systems could retrace interactions between (related or unrelated) components… CONTINUE READING
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