- Fisherian runaway
or runaway selection
is a ****ual selection mechanism proposed
by the mathematical biologist Ronald Fisher
in the early
- [Basu's] critical examination
of both the Neyman–Pearsonian and the Fisherian modes
of inference eventually forced
him to a Bayesian point
the longest. Such sperm gigantism
to have evolved
via a Fisherian runaway
process, with a genetic
link between sperm length
and the length...
Wright's view without completely excluding
that the Fisherian argument
may, in some cir****stances, apply. For reviews
see . Fisher...
- **** ratios
that are 1:1 are hence known
", and those
that are not 1:1 are "non-Fisherian
" or "extraordinary" and occur because
- are believed
to be produced
by a positive feedback
as the Fisherian runaway produced
by the secondary characteristic
in one **** and the desire...
- The conditionality principle
is a Fisherian principle
of statistical inference
that Allan Birnbaum formally defined
in his 1962 JASA article...
that are still considered important
such as Fisherian
runaway, Fisher's principle, reproductive
value, Fisher's fundamental...
- itself, and that it has developed
in ways outlined
by Ronald Fisher
in the Fisherian runaway
that the development
of ****ual selection...
- reproductive benefit
in itself, apart
runaway. The pea****'s tail may be one example. It has also been seen...