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Adaptive landscape
In evolutionary biology, fitness landscapes or adaptive landscapes are used to visualize the relationship between genotypes (or phenotypes) and reproductive success. It is assumed that every genotype has a well defined...


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Adaptive landscape
The surface plotted in a three-dimensional graph; with all possible combinations of allele frequencies for different loci plotted in the plane; and mean fitness for each combination plotted in the third dimension.

In evolutionary biology, fitness landscapes or s are used to visualize the relationship between genotypes (or phenotypes) and reproductive success.

Wright also came up with the idea of the adaptive landscape -- an idea that remains influential to this day. Its influence remains even though P. A. P. Moran has shown that, mathematically, adaptive landscapes don't exist as Wright envisioned them.

A high point (perhaps one of several) on an ; selection tends to drive the genotype composition of the population toward a combination corresponding to an adaptive peak.
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In 1932, Wright introduced the concept of an adaptive landscape and argued that genetic drift and inbreeding could drive a small, isolated sub-population away from an adaptive peak, ...

Alcantara JM, Rey PJ, Manzaneda AJ, Boulay R, Ramirez JM, Fedriani JM: Geographic variation in the for seed size at dispersal in the myrmecochorous Helleborus foetidus. ...

See also: See also: Population, Selection, Fitness, Allele, Organ

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