Phenotypic Plasticity and the Post-Modern Synthesis: Integrating Evo-Devo and Quantitative Genetics in Theoretical and Empirical Studies
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Scoville, Alison G.
- Publisher: DigitalCommons@USU
Development | Epistasis | Genetic Accommodation | Phenotypic Plasticity | Quantitative Genetics | Biology | Genetics
Mainstream evolutionary biology lacks a mature theory of phenotype. Following from the Modern Synthesis, researchers tend to assume an unrealistically simple mapping of genotype to phenotype, or else trust that the complexities of developmental architecture can be adeq...