Data from: Mutant invasions and adaptive dynamics in variable environments

J├Ârgen Ripa & Ulf Dieckmann
The evolution of natural organisms is ultimately driven by the invasion and possible fixation of mutant alleles. The invasion process is highly stochastic, however, and the probability of success is generally low, even for advantageous alleles. Additionally, all organisms live in a stochastic environment, which may have a large influence on what alleles are favorable, but also contributes to the uncertainty of the invasion process. We calculate the invasion probability of a beneficial, mutant allele...

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  • 2013

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  • Lund University
  • International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis