Condition-dependent adaptive phenotypic plasticity and interspecific gene-culture coevolution

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 35 (2):81-81 (2012)
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Evolutionary socioecological theory and research proposing linking parasites with human social organization is uncommon and therefore welcome. However, more generally, condition-dependent adaptive phenotypic plasticity requires environmental uncertainty on a small scale, accompanied by reliable cues. In addition, genes in parasites may select among biologically adaptive cultural alternatives directly without necessarily going through human genetic predispositions, resulting in inter-specific gene-culture coevolution



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