Data from: Plasticity-led evolution: evaluating the key prediction of frequency-dependent adaptation

Nicholas A. Levis & David W. Pfennig
Plasticity-led evolution occurs when a change in the environment triggers a change in phenotype via phenotypic plasticity, and this pre-existing plasticity is subsequently refined by selection into an adaptive phenotype. A critical, but largely untested prediction of plasticity-led evolution (and evolution by natural selection generally) is that the rate and magnitude of evolutionary change should be positively associated with a phenotype’s frequency of expression in a population. Essentially, the more often a phenotype is expressed...
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