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Evolution: The Molecular Landscape

Cold Spring Harbor’s 74th Symposium
The Molecular Landscape
Edited by Bruce Stillman,
David Stewart, and
Jan Witkowski,
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory


Evolution Figures: Chapter 14

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FIGURE 14.1. Qualitative model of complex interactions sustaining a functioning cell (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 14.2. Many traits show normal distribution of variation among individuals (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 14.3. Normal distribution of weight in a backcross between two tomato varieties (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 14.4. The threshold model (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 14.5. Distributions of traits in various organisms (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 14.6. Phenotype separated into genotypic and environmental components (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 14.7. Additive model generating an approximately normal distribution (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 14.8. Dominance and epistasis interactions (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 14.9. Epistasis and dominance for metabolic characters in Drosophila (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 14.10. Genotypic values (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 14.11. Relative survival (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 14.12. Breeding values (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 14.13. Average excess and average effect of an allele (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 14.14. Measurement of breeding value of an individual (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 14.15. Estimation of components of variance in humans (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 14.16. Additive genetic variance between parent and offspring (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 14.17. Sharing of genes between half- and full-siblings (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 14.18. Components of variance for a single locus with two alleles (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 14.19. Distribution of narrow-sense heritabilities (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 14.20. Classic example of cryptic genetic variation (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 14.21. Estimating the number of genes from the variance of an F2 cross (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 14.22. Distribution of a quantitative trait in individuals with different marker genotypes (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 14.23. QTL responsible for differences in wing shape in D. melanogaster (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 14.24. Construction of nearly isogenic lines (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 14.25. fw2.2 QTL responsible for fruit weight in tomatoes (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 14.26. Insertions in the achaete-scute region of D. melanogaster (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 14.27. Multiple sites interact to determine concentration of protein (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 14.28. Fisher’s argument (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 14.29. Distributions of effects of QTLs (jpg) (pdf)

FIGURE 14.30. Estimation of mutational variance for body size in C. elegans (jpg) (pdf)


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