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Developmental instability, its origins and evolutionary implications

proceedings of the International Conference on Developmental Instabilbity, It"s Origins and Evolutionary Implications, Tempe, Arizona, 14-15 June 1993

by International Conference on Developmental Instability, Its Origins and Evolutionary Implications (1993 Tempe, Ariz.)

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Published by Kluwer Academic in Dordrecht [Netherlands], Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Developmental genetics

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited by Therese Ann Markow.
    SeriesContemporary issues in genetics and evolution ;, v. 2
    ContributionsMarkow, Therese Ann.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH453 .I58 1993
    The Physical Object
    Pagination440 p. :
    Number of Pages440
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1078651M
    ISBN 100792326784
    LC Control Number94001934

    (). Fluctuating asymmetry analyses: a primer. In: Development Instability: Its Origins and Evolutionary Implications (). Fluctuating asymmetry as a bioindicator of stress: comparing efficacy of analyses involving multiple traits. (). of developmental instability studies, we must understand its causes and what it means for evolutionary processes. Since , developmental instability has been the subject of several re­.

    (). Fluctuating asymmetry analyses: a primer. In Developmental Instability: its origins and evolutionary implications Edited by: Markow TA. (). Fluctuating asymmetry as a measure of ecological stress in Drosophila melanogaster. European journal of Entomology.   More recent interests include the adaptive nature of immaturity, deferred imitation in juvenile great apes, and evolutionary developmental psychology. Dr. Bjorklund is the author of several books, including The Origins of Human Nature: Evolutionary Developmental Psychology (with Anthony D. Pellegrini).

      Developmental instability is said to be the departure from perfect symmetry [2]. Meanwhile, the converse of which is known as developmental stability (DS) which pertains to the ability of organisms to maintain a stable state despite different environmental conditions and stressors.   Many studies of FA rely on single estimates of developmental stability based on Its Origins and Evolutionary Implications, ed. Markow, T. A. (Kluwer Academic, Boston), pp. Lynch, M Proceedings of the International Conference on Developmental Instability: Its Origins and Evolutionary Implications, Tempe, Arizona,


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Developmental Instability: Its Origins and Evolutionary Implications is a collection of papers and transcribed discussions from a conference held in Tempe, Arizona in June Kaufman T. () Developmental genetic origins. In: Markow T.A.

(eds) Developmental Instability: Its Origins and Evolutionary Implications. Contemporary Issues in Genetics and Evolution, vol by: 1. Causes and Consequences Edited by Michal Polak The field of developmental instability has generated a large amount of controversy recently, mostly because of fierce disagreement over the genetic basis of fluctuating asymmetry and its role in mate selection.

This book is a timely and innovative critical evaluation of a burgeoning field. Developmental instability: its origins and evolutionary implications Kluwer. Palmer, A. Developmental Instability: Its Origins and Evolutionary Implications pp | Cite as Evolution, developmental instability and the theory of acquisition Authors.

Cite this chapter as: Leamy L. () Measuring developmental instability. In: Markow T.A. (eds) Developmental Instability: Its Origins and Evolutionary Implications. The developmental instability approach draws from a long tradition of research and theory within biology, which only recently has begun to influence psychology and psychiatry.

The wisdom of an organism's genes — adaptive organismic design — is expressed only through an epigenetic developmental by: In: Markow T.A.

(eds) Developmental Instability: Its Origins and Evolutionary Implications. Contemporary Issues in Genetics and Evolution, vol 2. Springer, Dordrecht. Even though numerous studies have indicated a link between the functionality of a trait and its developmental instability (Palmer, ; Fenster & Galloway, implications for the phylogeography of an alpine insect species, Developmental instability: its origins and evolutionary implications.

Several definitions of canalization, plasticity and developmental stability are currently in use ().The latest review on canalization is by Gibson and Wagner 6, who define it as ‘the reduction in variability of a trait’.However, unlike Waddington, they highlight the difference between genetic and environmental canalization, possibly based on different (although potentially overlapping.

Journals & Books; Help and the Use of Fluctuating Asymmetry as an Indicator of Developmental Instability. Developmental Instability: Its Origins and Evolutionary Implications, Kluwer, Dordrecht () Google Scholar.

A.P. MØLLER, J.P. SWADDLE. Find out information about developmental instability. Variation of development within a genotype due to local fluctuations in internal or external environmental conditions Explanation of developmental instability Markow, Developmental Instability: Its Origins and Evolutionary Implications: Proceedings of the International Conference, Tempe.

The presence of this book and the publication of a similar book (Developmental Instability: Its Origins and Evolutionary Implications)edited by Markow (), in addition to the increasing number of published papers during the past 15 years on the subject of developmental instability, attest to the growing interest in this important subject.

Juno Books () Google Scholar. Goldberg and Anderson, T.A. Markow (Ed.), Developmental instability: Its origin and evolutionary implications, Kluwer Academing Publishing, Dordrecht, The Netherlands (), pp. Associations with individual personality traits and their possible evolutionary implications.

Developmental Instability: Its Origins and Evolutionary Implications. Kluwer Academic Publishers; Dordrecht, Germany: Mather K. Genetical control of stability in development. Thus, it can be used as a measure of developmental instability.

We introduce a measure of developmental instability, the residual variance (s 2 δ), obtainable from either a major axis regression, which is equivalent to a principal component analysis on l and r, or a general structural model.

R.A. SHERRY, E.M. LORDDevelopmental stability in leaves of Clarkia tembloriensis (Onagraceae) as related to population outcrossing rates and heterozygosity Evolution, 50 (), pp.

Google Scholar. Evolutionary implications of developmental instability in parthenogenetic Drosophila mercatorum. Comparison of two strains with identical genotypes, but different modes of reproduction.

Developmental stability is defined as the ability of an organism to buffer its development against genetic or environmental disturbances encountered during development to produce the genetically.

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