Evolutionarily stable state
Sam Hart
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"A population is said to be in an evolutionarily stable state if its genetic composition is restored by selection after a disturbance, provided the disturbance is not too large. Such a population can be genetically monomorphic or polymorphic." -Maynard Smith (1982). Contrast this with the definition of an evolutionarily stable strategy, which is a game theory concept.

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