Edited By: KJ McNamara
288 pages, Illus
Based on studies of the fossil record, this book examines the directionality of evolution - termed evolutionary trends - a fundamental aspect of life history that has received comparatively little attention. It describes evolutionary trends from intraspecific level to macroevolutionary changes, in a range of invertebrate and vertebrate organisms, and sets out to explain why organisms have evolved in the direction that they have.
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