Parental effects and the evolution of phenotypic memory.

Abstract:

:Despite growing evidence for nongenetic inheritance, the ecological conditions that favour the evolution of heritable parental or grandparental effects remain poorly understood. Here, we systematically explore the evolution of parental effects in a patch-structured population with locally changing environments. When selection favours the production of a mix of offspring types, this mix differs according to the parental phenotype, implying that parental effects are favoured over selection for bet-hedging in which the mixture of offspring phenotypes produced does not depend on the parental phenotype. Positive parental effects (generating a positive correlation between parental and offspring phenotype) are favoured in relatively stable habitats and when different types of local environment are roughly equally abundant, and can give rise to long-term parental inheritance of phenotypes. By contrast, unstable habitats can favour negative parental effects (generating a negative correlation between parental and offspring phenotype), and under these circumstances, even slight asymmetries in the abundance of local environmental states select for marked asymmetries in transmission fidelity.

journal_name

J Evol Biol

authors

Kuijper B,Johnstone RA

doi

10.1111/jeb.12778

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2016-02-01 00:00:00

pages

265-76

issue

2

eissn

1010-061X

issn

1420-9101

journal_volume

29

pub_type

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