Data from: The emotion system promotes diversity and evolvability

Jarl Giske, Sigrunn Eliassen, Øyvind Fiksen, Per J. Jakobsen, Dag L. Aksnes, Marc Mangel, Christian Jørgensen & O. Fiksen
Studies on the relationship between the optimal phenotype and its environment have had limited focus on genotype-to-phenotype pathways and their evolutionary consequences. Here, we study how multi-layered trait architecture and its associated constraints prescribe diversity. Using an idealized model of the emotion system in fish, we find that trait architecture yields genetic and phenotypic diversity even in absence of frequency-dependent selection or environmental variation. That is, for a given environment, phenotype frequency distributions are predictable...
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