is a characteristic of LHD, LHD can affect leaders' ability to adapt to the environment (Ma et al., 2014).
of the Clark's nutcracker and the pinon pine for efficient seed harvest and dispersal.
Hidaka [eds.], Evolution and Coadaptation
in Biotic Communities.
Key themes include developmental repatterning; adaptation and coadaptation
; gene co-option; developmental plasticity; the origins of evolutionary novelties and body plans; and evolutionary changes in the complexity of organisms.
Recent studies show assemblages composed of native and exotic species occur for which in spite of coexisting for a short time, (as could be supposed because exotic species do not have an evolutionary history of coadaptation
to the local flora) evolutionary adjustments might have occurred in a shorter time scale (Sax et al., 2007).
Darwin had spoken of coadaptation
, but no one had followed the story far until Ehrlich and Raven." It was a major insight, Brand says, "especially since four out of five organisms are parasitic." After the Whole Earth Catalogs ran their course, Brand started a magazine called CoEvolution Quarterly, now known as Whole Earth Review.
of EHV-9 and equids was corroborated by the severity of disease seen in nonequids: fulminant encephalitis with extensive neuronal necrosis in both spontaneous cases and experimental models (2-6).
Emergent properties of Balinese water temple networks: coadaptation
on a rugged fitness landscape.
Relationships between stability, hererozygosiry and genomic coadaptation
. In T.
The phylogeny of a mutualism: evolution and coadaptation
between Trollius and its seed-parasitic pollinators.
the selection, coadaptation
, and application of the borrowed phrases to express Ben's views constitute a work more really original than most utterances that are guiltless of literature.
1986; Goodnight 1987, 1988, 1995); (2) can mask genotypes and thus hide additive variation, thereby limiting the range of phenotypes exposed to the selective process (Gimelfarb 1989); (3) may be involved in the expression and increase in the additive genetic variation after founding events (Templeton 1980; Goodnight 1988); (4) can be involved in producing heterosis (Falconer 1989; Schell and Cockerham 1992); (5) is important for the operation of interdemic selection because it facilitates the generation of between-deme genetic variation (Wright 1931, 1969, 1978; Wade and McCauley 1984); and (6) is central to Wright's shifting balance theory of evolution, where gene interactions are the foundation for promoting coadaptation
of genes (Wright 1935, 1952, 1969; Goodnight 1995).