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    Quantitative assessment of organism–environment couplings
    with J.-L. Torres, O. Pérez-Maqueo, and L. Torres
    Biology and Philosophy 24 (1): 107-117. 2009.
    The evolutionary implications of environmental change due to organismic action remain a controversial issue, after a decades—long debate on the subject. Much of this debate has been conducted in qualitative fashion, despite the availability of mathematical models for organism–environment interactions, and for gene frequencies when allele fitness can be related to exploitation of a particular environmental resource. In this article we focus on representative models dealing with niche construction…Read more