The Neutral Theory and Molecular Evolution
Part of the Evolutionary Studies book series (EVOLUS)
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I have already mentioned that there are two major features of molecular evolution, namely “rate constancy” per year and “conservatism” of the modes of change; how can these features be explained by the neutral theory?
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