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Fitness is a central concept in evolutionary theory. It describes the capability of an individual of certain genotype to reproduce, and usually is equal to the proportion of the individual's genes in all the genes of the next generation. If differences in individual...
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Aspects of the topic Darwinian-fitness are discussed in the following places at Britannica. Assorted References effect on reproduction ( in reproduction (biology): Natural selection and reproduction ) ...In this way the more successful variants would make a greater contribution to subsequent generations in the number of offspring. For such selection to act...
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The union of traditional Darwinian evolution with subsequent discoveries in ... The concept of fitness is central to natural selection. ...
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... Charles Darwin , an English scientist.] Pertaining to Darwin; as, the Darwinian theory, a ... the Darwinian Revolution? What does darwinian fitness measure? ...
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Darwinian of or relating to Charles Darwin's theory of ... What does Darwinian mean? What was the Darwinian Revolution? What does darwinian fitness measure? ...
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EVOLUTION: PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE AND DARWINIAN FITNESS. The following points are made by J-F. ... that physical performance and darwinian fitness are tightly ...
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2 Darwinian fitness ... In the original Darwinian structure, fitness is a derived ... to Darwinian ecological fitness, that will appear in both explanandum and ...
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Table of Contents for Darwinian Dynamics: Evolutionary Transitions in Fitness and Individuality by Michod, R.E., published by Princeton University Press
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... expect from the action of Darwinian natural selection for increased fitness. ... that do not survive and reproduce make no contribution to Darwinian fitness. ...
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It is said that Darwinian scientists studying the evolution of religion "agree ... Such group selection enhances the Darwinian fitness of religious groups. ...
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(d) That is, behaviors that reduce Darwinian fitness we predict will be lost from ... is simply another way of saying optimization of Darwinian fitness ...
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virtually no Darwinian fitness because they are weak and usually. die early in life. ... Darwinian fitness, the only source of HbS alleles for the next ...
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Nature is the international weekly journal of science: a magazine style journal that publishes full-length research papers in all disciplines of science, as well as ...
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Darwinian fitness is assessed not by looking at the "fit" between form and ... Another old problem: is Darwinian fitness a tautology? ...
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