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By: David L Stern
264 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations
For too long, efforts to synthesize evolution and development have failed to build a united view of the origins and evolution of biological diversity. In Evolution, Development, and the Predictable Genome, David Stern sets out to draw evolutionary biology and developmental biology together by cutting through the differences that divide the disciplines and by revealing their deeper similarities. He draws upon the insights of generations of evolutionary biologists and scores of developmental biologists to build a solid foundation for future investigation of the genetic and developmental causes of diversity.
Chapter 1 - In Order to Form a More Perfect Union
Chapter 2 - Scale Matters
Chapter 3 - Dominance
Chapter 4 - Pleiotropy
Chapter 5 - Epistasis
Chapter 6 - Populations and Natural Selection
Chapter 7 - Pathworks
Chapter 8 - The Predictable Genome
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