Data from: Slowly switching between environments facilitates reverse evolution in small populations

Longzhi Tan & Jeff Gore
Natural populations must constantly adapt to ever-changing environmental conditions. A particularly interesting question is whether such adaptations can be reversed by returning the population to an ancestral environment. Such evolutionary reversals have been observed in both natural and laboratory populations. However, the factors that determine the reversibility of evolution are still under debate. The timescales of environmental change vary over a wide range, but little is known about how the rate of environmental change influences...
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