Genetics of Adaptation

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-3476-3 (Print) 978-1-4020-3836-5 (Online)

Table of contents (19 chapters)

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    Pages 1-2

    Natura non facit saltum

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    Pages 3-13

    Theories of adaptation: what they do and don’t say

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    Pages 15-24

    Testing hypotheses regarding the genetics of adaptation

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    Pages 25-37

    QTL mapping and the genetic basis of adaptation: recent developments

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    Pages 39-47

    Sex differences in recombination and mapping adaptations

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    Pages 49-62

    Genetics and adaptation in structured populations: sex ratio evolution in Silene vulgaris

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    Pages 63-74

    Studying genetics of adaptive variation in model organisms: flowering time variation in Arabidopsis lyrata

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    Pages 75-85

    Ontogenetics of QTL: the genetic architecture of trichome density over time in Arabidopsis thaliana

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    Pages 87-105

    Epistasis and genotype-environment interaction for quantitative trait loci affecting flowering time in Arabidopsis thaliana

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    Pages 107-124

    Evolution in heterogeneous environments and the potential of maintenance of genetic variation in traits of adaptive significance

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    Pages 125-136

    The genetic basis of adaptation: lessons from concealing coloration in pocket mice

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    Pages 137-145

    The genetics of adaptation in Drosophila sechellia

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    Pages 147-156

    Back to the future: genetic correlations, adaptation and speciation

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    Pages 157-170

    Parallel genotypic adaptation: when evolution repeats itself

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    Pages 171-179

    Hybridization as a source of evolutionary novelty: leaf shape in a Hawaiian composite

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    Pages 181-189

    Discovery and utilization of QTLs for insect resistance in soybean

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    Pages 191-196

    Polyploidy, evolutionary opportunity, and crop adaptation

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    Pages 197-204

    Quantitative trait loci and the study of plant domestication

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    Pages 205-209

    Can ecology help genomics: the genome as ecosystem?