Edited By: JBC Jackson, LW Buss and RE Cook
539 pages, Illus, figs, tabs
Three themes dominate the book; the first argues that traditional theoretical superstructure of population biology and population genetics is largely inadequate for clonal organisms; the second that the fossil history and population ecology of clonal organisms reflect these differences; thirdly, the very notion of the genetic individuality and hence developmental determinism and patterns in clonailty is subject to important limitations in clonal groups.
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