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Foreigners in Japan

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Foreigners in Japan

Nature , Volume 326 (6108) – Mar 5, 1987

Foreigners in Japan

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_'o-----------CQRRESPQNOENCE-----N-AT_u_RE_v_oL_. 3_z6_s_MA_R_cH_1_9s7 Science in Iberia Evolution and optimization SIR-Your report on tropical research in SIR-Joe Felsenstein opens his review' of To this evidence can now be added the Portugal states that "in the first major out­ Sewall Wright's biography by W.B. recently published letter' that Fisher wro­ break [of coffee leaf rust], towards the end of the nineteenth century, Ceylon's coffee...
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Publisher
Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © 1987 by Nature Publishing Group
Subject
Science, Humanities and Social Sciences, multidisciplinary; Science, Humanities and Social Sciences, multidisciplinary; Science, multidisciplinary
ISSN
0028-0836
eISSN
1476-4687
DOI
10.1038/326010b0
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Abstract

_'o-----------CQRRESPQNOENCE-----N-AT_u_RE_v_oL_. 3_z6_s_MA_R_cH_1_9s7 Science in Iberia Evolution and optimization SIR-Your report on tropical research in SIR-Joe Felsenstein opens his review' of To this evidence can now be added the Portugal states that "in the first major out­ Sewall Wright's biography by W.B. recently published letter' that Fisher wro­ break [of coffee leaf rust], towards the end of the nineteenth century, Ceylon's coffee Provine' in these words: "Evolutionary te to M. Kimura on 3 May 1956: "In con­ industry was utterly destroyed" (Nature theory in the 1960s and 1970s was domin- sidering the original statement of what I ated by optimization, by the search for the ventured to call 'the fundamental theorem 324, 331; 1986). To be precise, British quantity evolution would maximize. The of natural selection', I had, of course, con­ entrepreneurs began to develop coffee production in Ceylon in 1803, increasing mean fitness of a population was not pre- sidered the relation between such a situa­ cisely what natural selection would maxi- tion and that in which a potential function annual production to over one million mize in a Mendelian genetic system, so existed, for my mathematical education pounds within 50 years. But the first major outbreak of coffee

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Published: Mar 5, 1987

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