381 pages, 150 illus
New edition of this excellent introduction to evolution.
Takes a fresh approach to classical topics such as population genetics and natural selection, and gives an overview of recent advances in hot areas such as sexual selection, genetic conflict, life history evolution, and phenotypic plasticity. The book introduces what is essential and exciting in evolutionary biology for the undergraduate student. The text covers the whole field while emphasising the important concepts and contains a glossary of terms for quick reference.
This book exactly meets my needs as a general introductory text for students with different scientific and biological backgrounds ... The text provides and accessible, authoritative and readable account. This is an excellent text. Steve Waite, University of Brighton
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