The Genetical Theory of Natural Selection
Clarendon Press, 1930 - 272 pagini
Fisher established mathematical population genetics and his "fundamental theorem of natural selection" which is the rate of increase in fitness of any organism at any time is equal to its genetic variance in fitness at that time.
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