A synergism between adaptive effects and evolvability drives whole genome duplication to fixation

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Cuypers, Thomas D; Hogeweg, Paulien; Hogeweg, P.;
  • Subject: Genome | Evolution, Molecular | Gene Duplication | Adaptation, Physiological

Whole genome duplication has shaped eukaryotic evolutionary history and has been associated with drastic environmental change and species radiation. While the most common fate of WGD duplicates is a return to single copy, retained duplicates have been found enriched for... View more
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