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By: James Patrick Brock
642 pages, Illus
Provides an overview of the general theory of evolution from the standpoint of the dynamic behaviour of natural adaptive systems. Brock intrigates the Darwinian and structuralist theories into a single unified theory by drawing on examples from a large range of organisms from many different habitats and niches where interesting adaptations have evolved.
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