Kommende 5 dager
Hans-Petter Hersleth, Seksjon for Biokjemi og Molekylærbiologi, Institutt for Biovitenskap, Universitetet i Oslo
The demographic buffering hypothesis states that the temporal variation in vital rates is smaller the more these vital rates contribute to fitness. The pattern is appears well supported, but recent evidence indicates that life histories may be buffered or labile, and that there is a phylogenetic signal in this.
This Friday, February 24th, we're discussing a paper by Rabosky and Goldberg (2015): "Model Inadequacy and Mistaken Inferences of Trait-Dependent Speciation."
Hope to see you there!
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