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Fisher's fundamental theorem


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The principle that the increase in fitness over one generation is equal to the additive genetic variance in fitness during the same time. Selection maximizes fitness, thus reducing differences in fitness and tending to reduce the heritability of traits connected to fitness (although there are exceptions).

Subjects: Ecology and Conservation.


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