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This would imply such obstacles to mating with a dominant that the first recessive to appear could never mate at all. Probabilities of this order may, however, occur in selective fertilisation. Hence inbreeding or self-fertilisation appears to be necessary in the early stages of selection of a recessive character if this process is to be fast enough to be an effective cause of evolution. They cannot be replaced by moderate degrees of selective mating or fertilisation. SUMMARY. 2) derived for the effect of selection on such populations.
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A Mathematical Theory of Natural and Artificial Selection by John Burdon Sanderson Haldane