Visual genetic variation/selection program available?

marwk at levels.unisa.edu.au marwk at levels.unisa.edu.au
Sun Apr 10 04:07:49 EST 1994

Is there a program available for setting up visually an evolutionary
experiment like the one on a MACINTOSH that has been popularised using
butterflies (or moths?) so that one can select from a collection of
next generations (produced according to predetermined rules of genetic
variation) so that one can easily explain the nature of evolution to
show to questioners of the evolution just how quickly natural selection
can lead to a particular life-form?

I would like it for WINDOWS (or X), and preferably non-commercial.

Thank you.

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