Further Reading

Barton N and Partridge L (2000) Limits to natural selection. BioEssays

22: 1075-1084. Bijlsma R and Loeschcke V (eds.) (1997) Environmental Stress, Adaptation and Evolution. Basel-New York: Birkhauser Verlag.

Blows MW and Hoffmann AA (2005) A reassessment of genetic limits to evolutionary change. Ecology 86: 1371-1384.

Bradshaw WE and Holzapfel CM (2006) Evolutionary response to rapid climate change. Science 312: 1477-1478.

Bubily OA and Loeschcke V (2001) High stressful temperature and genetic variation of five quantitative traits in Drosophila melanogaster. Genetics 110: 79-85.

Bubily OA and Loeschcke V (2002) Effect of low stressful temperature on genetic variation in five quantitative traits in Drosophila melanogaster. Heredity 89: 70-75.

Charmantier A and Garant D (2005) Environmental quality and evolutionary potential: Lessons from wild populations. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B 272:1415-1425.

Falconer DS and Mackay TFC (1995) Introduction to Quantitative Genetics, 4th edn. Harlow: Longman.

Hoffmann AA and Daborn PJ (2007) Towards genetic markers in animal populations as biomonitors for human-induced environmental change. Ecology Letters 10: 63-76.

Hoffmann AA and Hercus MJ (2000) Environmental stress as an evolutionary force. BioScience 50: 217-226.

Hoffmann AA and Merila J (1999) Heritable variation and evolution under favorable and unfavorable conditions. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 14: 96-101.

Lynch M and Walsh B (1998) Genetics and Analysis of Quantitative Traits. Sunderland: Sinauer Associates.

Parmesan C and Yohe G (2003) A globally coherent fingerprint of climate change impacts across natural systems. Nature 421: 37-42.

Wagner GP, Booth G, and Bagheri-Chaichian H (1997) A population-genetic theory of canalization. Evolution 51: 329-347.

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