245 pages, Illus
How does one species split into another? How long does it take for a new species to be born? And what is a species anyway? Such is the importance of the problem that Charles Darwin himself dubbed it `The Mystery of Mysteries'. These questions, the focus of intense debate in biology and critical for any assessment of biodiversity, are tackled here.
`An engaging and informative introduction to the science of speciation....not only surprisingly fun to read but sufficiently provocative to get me thinking hard.' Nature, June 2001
'...an excellent read for biologists without a strong background in genetics.' Biologist
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