Data from: Evolutionarily stable disequilibrium: endless dynamics of evolution in a stationary population

Takeuchi Nobuto, Kunihiko Kaneko, Paulien Hogeweg & Nobuto Takeuchi
Evolution is often conceived as changes in the properties of a population over generations. Does this notion exhaust the possible dynamics of evolution? Life is hierarchically organized, and evolution can operate at multiple levels with conflicting tendencies. Using a minimal model of such conflicting multilevel evolution, we demonstrate the possibility of a novel mode of evolution that challenges the above notion: individuals ceaselessly modify their genetically-inherited phenotype and fitness along their lines of descent, without...
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