of the Clark's nutcracker and the pinon pine for efficient seed harvest and dispersal.
Darwin had spoken of coadaptation
, but no one had followed the story far until Ehrlich and Raven.
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
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).
We conclude that this is a case of pairwise coadaptation
, a relative rarity in ant-plant symbioses (Davidson and McKey 1993).
and developmental stability within introgressed populations of Enneacanthus gloriosus and E.
, outbreeding depression and developmental instability.
A test of the thermal coadaptation
hypothesis with black rat snakes (Elaphe obsoleta) and northern water snakes (Nerodia sipedon).