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Academic & Professional Books  Ecology  Evolutionary Ecology

An Introduction to Evolutionary Ecology

Textbook Cancelled
By: Andrew Cockburn
370 pages, 125 line illus & figs
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
An Introduction to Evolutionary Ecology
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  • An Introduction to Evolutionary Ecology ISBN: 9780865426887 Edition: 2 Paperback Oct 2011 Publication cancelled #53248
  • An Introduction to Evolutionary Ecology ISBN: 9780632027293 Paperback Dec 1991 Publication cancelled #11926
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About this book

Fully revised and updated edition of the extensively illustrated introduction to the field of evolutionary ecology aimed at undergraduate and graduate students, which also has relevance to the other biological disciplines. The text details the problems which puzzle evolutionists and sets out to examine them using experimental, descriptive and comparative data. Examples are drawn from all parts of the plant and animal kingdoms. Moreover, sections of the text that proved too difficult for students in the first edition have been completely rewritten and considerably simplified.

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The scope of evolutionary ecology; the genetic basis of evolutionary change; the power and the units of selection; predicting the outcome of adaption; the habitat templet; reproductive effect; the ecology of sex; the ecological context of speciation; why are there so many species?; applied evolutionary ecology; the scope of evolutionary ecology revisted.

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Textbook Cancelled
By: Andrew Cockburn
370 pages, 125 line illus & figs
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
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