Further Reading

Arnold SJ, Pfrender ME, and Jones AG (2001) The adaptive landscape as a conceptual bridge between micro- and macroevolution. Genetica 112: 9-32. Derrida B and Peliti L (1991) Evolution in flat landscapes. Bulletin of

Mathematical Biology 53: 255-282. Fontana W and Schuster P (1998) Continuity in evolution: On the nature of transitions. Science 280: 1451-1455. Gavrilets S (1997) Evolution and speciation on holey adaptive landscapes. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 12: 307-312. Gavrilets S (2004) Fitness Landscapes and the Origin of Species.

Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Huynen MA, Stadler PF, and Fontana W (1996) Smoothness within ruggedness: The role of neutrality in adaptation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 93: 397-401.

Kauffman SA (1993) The Origins of Order. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Kimura M (1983) The Neutral Theory of Molecular Evolution. New York:

Cambridge University Press. Orr HA (2006a) The distribution of fitness effects among beneficial mutations in Fisher's geometric model of adaptation. Journal of Theoretical Biology 238: 279-285. Pigliucci M and Kaplan J (2006) Making Sense of Evolution: The Conceptual Foundations of Evolutionary Biology. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Provine WB (1986) Sewall Wright and Evolutionary Biology. Chicago:

University of Chicago Press. Reidys CM and Stadler PF (2001) Neutrality in fitness landscapes.

Applied Mathematics and Computation 117: 321-350. Ridley M (1993) Evolution. Boston: Blackwell Scientific Publications. Svirezhev YM and Pasekov VP (1990) Fundamentals of Mathematical

Evolutionary Genetics. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers. Wright S (1932) The roles of mutation, inbreeding, crossbreeding and selection in evolution. In: Jones DF (ed.) Proceedings of the Sixth International Congress on Genetics, vol. 1, pp. 356-366. Austin, TX: Genetics Society of America.

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