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This holds as long as xriv > x re fe~ p / c and therefore depends on the value of p/c. Changing p relative to c can be seen as pivoting the sloping isoclines around their origin (Figure 3(b)). When p increases to infinity (or c goes to zero), the upper isocline approaches the ordinate whereas the lower one goes into the direction of the abscissa. As a consequence, the upper and lower saddles are dragged, respectively, leftward and downward, thus enlarging the central basin of attraction and favoring coexistence.
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In turn, genes are seen as independent units that may change at random by mutation. Second, effects of history are neglected by adopting a peculiar Irenaeus J. A. te Boekhorst and Charlotte K. Hemelrijk23 kind of "actualism"; it is assumed that events currently experienced by individuals are the same as those that shaped behavior by natural selection on an evolutionary time scale. The inferred consequences of these events, framed within economic optimality models or game theory, are then put forward as evolutionary predictions (which are actually postdictions).