By: Graham Bell
378 pages, Line illus, graphs
Intermediate textbook, based on Selection: The Mechanism of Evolution, which describes the processes of selection and explains how the nature of the process determines the nature of evolutionary change.
...readers will expect and find erudition, breadth, unusual diversity of examples and good writing in his latest works...students who want to strip evolution of all else and concentrate on its special moulding force, selection, can do no better than start with Bell's short book. - Nature, Vol. 384, 12/96; I recommend the book to anyone interested in almost any aspect of natural selection and its importance in evolution. - Science, August 1997
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