The genetics of colonizing species: proceedings
Academic Press, 1965 - 588 страница
The challenge from related species; The nature of colonizations in birds; Genetic systems associated with colonizing ability in predominantly self-pollinated species; Selection for colonizing ability; The analysis and interpretation of population differences; Colonization and genetic drift; Recent colonization by herbaceous plants in Canada; Characteristics and modes of origin of weeds; Colonizing species of the native california flora; Evolutionary opportunity for insects and mammals in Australia; Contributions to the problem of species colonization from the viewpoint of competition and migration; Establishment, aggaression, and cohabitation in weedy species; Colonization in Australia by Tripolium subterraneum L.; Some biological and acological phenomena associated with colonizing entomophagous insects.
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Introduction to the Symposium
The Challenge from Related Species
Colonization as an Action of Evolutionary Strategy
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abundant adaptation Aegilops Allard animals annual Aphytis appear areas Australia biological control birds Botan California Carson changes characteristics chromosome chromosome number climatic colonizing species competitive ability correlation cultivated DeBach deer density diploid dispersal distribution Dobzhansky Drosophila ecological effect Ehrendorfer endemic entomophagous environment environmental established European rabbit evidence evolution evolutionary factors fauna flowers forest frequency fruit gene genetic genetic systems genome genotypes genus germination habitats heterosis heterozygotes homozygous host hybrids immigrans important increase insects interspecific introduced isolated large number Lewontin mammals Mayr melanogaster morphological myxoma virus myxomatosis native natural selection nonweedy North occur origin outcrossing parasites perennial phenotypic plants pollen polymorphism polyploid populations predators rabbits range recombination relatively reproduction seed seedlings self-incompatible South Island spread Stebbins strains subsp subspecies subterranean subterranean clover successful colonizers Table tetraploid tion trees types Univ variability variation vegetation virus Waddington weeds weedy species widespread species wild willistoni Zealand Zohary