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|Title:||The origin, extent and persistence of variation: is the ‘origin of variation’ the ‘origin of species’?|
|Citation:||Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia, 2013; 137(1):68-79|
|Publisher:||Royal Society of South Australia|
|Abstract:||Variation is necessary for evolution by natural selection, but is not the cause in any other sense. Natural selection is the main causal factor, but available genetic variation and environmental constraints determine the path taken. Variation persists through mutation, the regularity of the genetical replication system and population size.|
|Keywords:||extinction; mutation; population size; randomness; selection|
|Description:||Text for a talk given to the Society at the Society’s rooms on Thursday 13 September 2012.|
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|Appears in Collections:||Animal and Veterinary Sciences publications|
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