Eligibility requirements: Upper second-class degree in Biology or a related area.
Funding: Fees and stipend is provided for 4 years.
Falconer, D.S., and T.F.C. Mackay. 1996. Introduction to Quantitative Genetics, 4th ed. Longmans Green, UK.
Hansen, T.F., and D. Houle. 2004. Evolvability, stabilising selection, and the problem of stasis. Chapter 5 in: M. Pigliucci and K. Preston, eds. Phenotypic integration: studying the ecology and evolution of complex phenotypes. Oxford University Press.
Unpaywalled pre-print here: https://www.bio.fsu.edu/~dhoule/Publications/HansenHoulestasisfinal.pdf
Hunter, D.C., J.M. Pemberton, J.G. Pilkington, and M.B. Morrissey. 2018. Quantification and decomposition of environment-selection relationships. Evolution 72: 851-866.
Kingsolver, J.G. and D.W. Pfennig. 2004. Individual-level selection as a cause of Cope’s rule of phyletic size increase. Evolution 58: 1608-1612.
FTE Category A staff submitted: 50.45
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