Evolution, developmental instability and the theory of acquisition
Abstract Despite major advances in the study of molecular and morphological evolution a substantial rift still exists between these two fields of endeavour. Phenotypic alteration through evolution results from a reallocation of resources which has as its origin the interplay between the production c...
|Published in:||Genetica : an international journal on genetics and evolution, Vol. 89 (1993), p. 219-225|
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Genetica : an international journal on genetics and evolution, Vol. 89 (1993), p. 219-225
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BF02424515 (National Licence)