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Edited By: Mark Pagel
1205 pages, b/w photos, illustrations, tables
Comprehensive guide to the essentials of evolutionary biology. In 370 original articles written by leading experts, it surveys essential concepts and theories, presents methods, models, and findings, and discusses both the history of the field and current controversies.
Fundamental concepts, definitions, theory
Cell and developmental biology
History and diversity of life
Biogeography, biogeology. and biochronology
Evolution of disease
Experimental and analytical techniques
History, sociology, and philosophy
Non-biological applications of evolutionary concepts
'A key source for researchers, as well as for students and teachers ... this is likely to be one of the most widely plagiarized books in the history of evolutionary biology.' Joel Peck, Nature 'The list of advisors and contributors reads like a who's who of biology ... an excellent resource. ' Library Journal
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