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Edited By: RC Lewontin, JA Moore, WB Provine and B Wallace
976 pages, 53 illus
Between 1937 and 1975, the year of his death, Dobzhansky and 22 of his collaborators published 43 papers in a series called 'The Genetics of Natural Populations'. Taken as a whole, the series is perhaps the most important single corpus in modern evolutionary genetics. In particular, the book features Dobzhansky's pioneering field studies of Drosphila pseudoobscura.
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