I was summarizing my posts about Anne Dambricourt, wandering if there is enough staff to make a short paper. The answer is probably no, this kind of elements are available on books already. But the I came across that:
As I like building models I set up a few variations around my central idea which came during the debate: cumulative mutations in a single genetic spot progressively leading to a threshold over which phenotypic variations appears suddenly due to the intervention of a second genetic element. [as I’m expecting Jean Staune et al to answer the question « what is it? » I’ll edit this part later to insert the known example]. It takes a little bit more complexity to make it appear discontinuous and accelerating over time, but is just a little bit more, nothing really complex.
And this is the last call! I’ll give them some more time.