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Academic & Professional Books  Evolutionary Biology  Evolution

Narrow Roads of Gene Land: The Collected Papers of WD Hamilton, Volume 1 Evolution of Social Behaviour

By: WD Hamilton
552 pages, B/w photos & illus, figs, tabs
Narrow Roads of Gene Land: The Collected Papers of WD Hamilton, Volume 1
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This first volume of two contains Hamiltons' seminal papers from 1964-1980, dealing with social aspects of evolution, taken from journals such as Nature, Science and the Journal of Theoretical Biology, and a few book chapters.

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Preface; 1. Shoulders of giants: The evolution of altruistic behaviour; 2. Hamilton's rule: The genetical evolution of social behaviour, I and II; 3. Live now, pay later: The moulding of senescence by natural selection; 4. Gender and genome: Extraordinary sex ratios; 5. Spite and Price: Selfish and spiteful behaviour in an evolutionary model; 6. America: Selection of selfish and altruistic behaviour in some extreme models; 7. Panic stations: Geometry for the selfish herd; 8. Sorority avenue: Altruism and related phenomena, mainly in social insects; 9. Friends, Romans, groups: Innate social aptitudes of man: an approach from evolutionary genetics; 10. Venus too kind: Gamblers since life began: Barnacle, aphids, elms; 11. Elm and Australian: Dispersal in stable habitats; 12. Funeral Feasts: Evolution and diversity under bark; 13. Discordant insects: Wingless and fighting males in fig wasps and other insects; 14. Astringent leaves: Low nutritive quality as defence against herbivores; 15. Advanced arts of exit: Evolutionarily stable dispersal strategies; Epilogue; Acknowledgements; Index

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By: WD Hamilton
552 pages, B/w photos & illus, figs, tabs
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