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Year Number of Results
1945 18
1946 50
1947 67
1948 62
1949 69
1950 152
1951 182
1952 156
1953 149
1954 129
1955 113
1956 84
1957 119
1958 93
1959 166
1960 132
1961 138
1962 146
1963 178
1964 228
1965 150
1966 107
1967 167
1968 157
1969 165
1970 169
1971 154
1972 187
1973 201
1974 282
1975 306
1976 294
1977 277
1978 264
1979 247
1980 297
1981 352
1982 393
1983 318
1984 393
1985 358
1986 384
1987 585
1988 440
1989 583
1990 704
1991 706
1992 734
1993 881
1994 1110
1995 1169
1996 1180
1997 1435
1998 1644
1999 1782
2000 2367
2001 2506
2002 2668
2003 3403
2004 3767
2005 4547
2006 4997
2007 5438
2008 5461
2009 6068
2010 6041
2011 6593
2012 7100
2013 7407
2014 7557
2015 7213
2016 6944
2017 6900
2018 6580
2019 3518
2020 160
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Experimental macroevolution
Bell G. Proc Biol Sci 2016 - Review. PMID 26763705 Free PMC article.
Is evolution predictable?
Reznick D and Travis J. Science 2018. PMID 29449475
Furcation and fusion: The phylogenetics of evolutionary novelty
Oakley TH. Dev Biol 2017 - Review. PMID 28923487 Free article.
Perfectly vertical inheritance, often an assumption of evolutionary trees, requires simultaneous co-duplication of the parts of a duplicating or speciating (processes I collectively call 'furcating') biological feature. ...Even though furcation - the splitting and individuation of biological features - does happen, fusion of distant parts may often be just as critical for the evolution of novelties, and must formally be incorporated into the metaphors, models, and visualization of evolutionary history. ...
Perfectly vertical inheritance, often an assumption of evolutionary trees, requires simultaneous co-duplication of the parts of a duplicatin …
How reticulated are species?
Mallet J, et al. Bioessays 2016 - Review. PMID 26709836 Free PMC article.
Biological evolution of replicator systems: towards a quantitative approach.
Martin O and Horvath JE. Orig Life Evol Biosph 2013. PMID 23494128
Furthermore, the hypothesis that natural selection always favors the faster processes may give theoretical support to different studies that claim the applicability of maximum principles like the Maximum Metabolic Flux (MMF) or Maximum Entropy Productions Principle (MEPP), seen as the main goal of biological evolution....
Furthermore, the hypothesis that natural selection always favors the faster processes may give theoretical support to different studies that …
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