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Tanypteryx
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Evolutionary Quantitative Genetics
by Stevan J. Arnold
I just got an announcement for this book, to be released in June. It looks interesting. Check out the table of contents.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
1. Selection on a Single Trait
2. Selection on Multiple Traits
3. The Selection Surface and Adaptive Landscape for a Single Trait
4. The Selection Surface and Adaptive Landscape for Multiple Traits
5. Inheritance of a Single Trait
6. Inheritance of Multiple Traits
7. Modularity, Performance, and Functional Complexes
8. Drift of a Single, Neutral Trait
9. Drift of Multiple, Neutral Traits
10. Response of a Single Trait to Selection
11. Response of Multiple Traits to Selection
12. Evolution of a Single Trait on a Stationary Adaptive Landscape
13. Evolution of Multiple Traits on a Stationary Adaptive Landscape
14. Trait Evolution on Dynamic Adaptive Landscapes
15. Evolution of Genetic Variance
16. Evolution of the G-Matrix on a Stationary Adaptive Landscape
17. Evolution of the G-Matrix on Dynamic Adaptive Landscapes
18. Evolution Along Selective Lines of Least Resistance
19. Speciation and Extinction of Lineages
20. Coevolution of Species with Trait-Based Interactions
21. Coevolution of Species with Density-Dependent Interactions
22. From Evolutionary Process to Pattern: A Synthesis

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Reply to: Message 1 by Tanypteryx
01-30-2023 2:44 PM


Well this looks a bit out there. I've never even heard of some of this stuff.
How do you evolve a G-Matrix on a Stationary Adaptive Landscape? What the hell is a Stationary Adaptive Landscape? And how many G-Spots can you evolve on a Dynamic Adaptive Landscape? And, yes, what the hell is a Dynamic Adaptive Landscape?
I see glimmers. Kinda Max Tegmark. The reality of reality is in the math. I do like having G-Spots together with evolution. They do go together.
I got a bit of reading to do. Thank you, Tany.

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