M. Beausoleil
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What does endochorous dispersers means?
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I found the definition here, which is a cool package in R: animal - all vertebrate dispersed seeds, without distinction between attached(epichorous) and ingested (endochorous) dispersal of seeds

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Definition of "Regime of selection"
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The best answer so far I found is this one (see Baum and Larson 1991): The criterion of historical genesis is applied using the concept of "selective regime," the aggregation of organismal ...

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How to calculate relative fitness from absolute fitness with recapture data?
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So the dataset is this: id x3 x4 2 1 1 3 1 1 4 1 1 5 1 0 Lets assume that we caught the entire population so that we know that a 0 is really a dead organism (...

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How to confirm pure-breeding parents
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In Campbell Biology (2021) 12th edition it says that "True-breeding" (or pure lines) can be verified over many generations of self-pollination. If they produce only the same variety as the ...

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How is it possible for the absolute fitness to be more than 1?
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I think that if we want to settle on some definitions we should look into the book: Endler, J.A. (1986) Natural Selection in the Wild Definition of Relative fitness Relative fitness can also be ...

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