367 pages, 58 line figures
Details the author's controversial theory that the great majority of evolutionary changes at the molecular level are caused not by Darwinian selection but by random drift of selectively neutral mutants.
' ... a book which will rank with The Genetical Theory of Natural Selection and The Causes of Evolution as a milestone in evolutionary biology.' Nature 'I have enjoyed the book immensely. It is argumentatively written, but always with fair presentation of the other side.' Bid Essays '... a work of great significance, which should be read by everyone with a serious interest in evolution.' New Scientist '... this book is a major contribution to the field.' The Times Higher Education Supplement
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