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Genetic assimilation


Note: Genetic assimilation is sometimes used to describe "eventual extinction of a natural species as massive pollen flow occurs from another related species and the older crop becomes more like the new crop." This usage is...
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Genetic assimilation has been documented in the laboratory, and the ability to react to environmental stimuli has been transferred to embryonic inducers.
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( Route b) Genetic assimilation (phenotype precedes genotype) ... Is genetic assimilation as common among other traits as among biological asymmetries? ...
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Let me introduce one more critical term: genetic assimilation. ... And if the genetic assimilation eliminates the host's dependency on the virus, ...
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Genetic assimilation is a mechanism facilitating phenotypic evolution that was proposed by ... Murren & Pigliucci's characterization of genetic assimilation, a ...
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assimilation, or more generally by genetic accommoda- tion, remains controversial. ... Genetic assimilation is a special case of a more general ...
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Masel J. Genetic assimilation can occur in the absence of selection for the ... Nanjundiah, V. Phenotypic plasticity and evolution by genetic assimilation. ...
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Canalization, genetic assimilation and preadaptation. A quantitative genetic model. ... The Genetic Basis of Natural Variation. III. Developmental Lability and ...
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First, there is the process that Papineau calls genetic assimilation' ... Waddington intended genetic assimilation to be a ubiquitous feature of phenotypic evolution: ...
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Genetic assimilation is a process whereby environmentally induced phenotypic ... All of these authors envisioned genetic assimilation as a means of facilitating ...
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Epigenetic inheritance, genetic assimilation and speciation. ... Keywords: epigenetic inheritancegenetic assimilation • speciation. Interact with us! ...
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Epigenetic landscape, canalisation, homeorhesis, genetic assimilation, chreod. Influences ... Genetic assimilation of an acquired character. Evolution 7: 118 ...
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Genetic assimilation (known as "Baldwinian evolution") could not, Deacon ... infants, then they could not have gotten there by genetic assimilation, ...
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Genetic assimilation then eased some of the burden. Cognitive effort and genetic assimilation interacted as language and brain co-evolved. ...
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... genetic accommodation, is redolent of the theory of genetic assimilation, or ... Eberhard characterizes genetic assimilation as "genetic accommodation carried to ...
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We discuss the experiments of genetic assimilation of Waddington and the modern ... Genetic Assimilation ... genetic assimilation. ...
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