Genetic systems and fitness; Evidence for selection; The balanced polymorphism, or th non-neutral equilibria; Selection coefficients in natural populations; Varying fitness and the unit of selection; Quantitative traits and the selection effect; Selection in retrospect and prospect.The lack of reproductive components of fitness for natural populations is clearly a handicap in evaluating the importance of ... The evolution of dominance is a process that remains controversial, judging from the scattered references appearing in the literature. ... Groups with more visible, natural variation, and thus more dominance, are, on the an-.t. other hand, often difficult or time consuming to culture for.
|Title||:||Introduction to natural selection|