Simon Levin, Ph.D.
Fragile Dominion: Complexity and the Commons (1999)
Critters! is a model of organisms for the study of evolutionary biology. Critters are born, acquire resources, grow, mate, reproduce, and die in a virtual world. Critters phenotypes and reproduction are based on a chromosomal model allowing students to graph and perform statistics on allele frequencies. Students can explore and learn about natural selection, genetic drift, gene flow, mutation, non-random mating, and the mutation-selection balance.
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NetMatCalc software for Mac/PC calculates indices and matrices for network analysis.
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