Oxford Surveys in Evolutionary Biology: v.7

Oxford Surveys in Evolutionary Biology: v.7

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The annual series "Oxford Surveys in Evolutionary Biology" is intended to stimulate discussion, review current areas of investigation, and present new theoretical ideas in all areas of evolutionary biology. Special features include contributions from internationally recognized authorities, group book reviews, essays on major new works, and comments on previously published articles. The surveys offer an ideal way to keep up to date on all aspects of the entire field.show more

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  • Hardback | 326 pages
  • 150 x 230 x 29mm | 674g
  • Oxford University Press Inc
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • line figures and tables throughout
  • 0195062892
  • 9780195062892

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Richard R. Hudson: Gene genealogies and the coalescent process; John C. Avise & R. Martin Ball, Jr: Principles of genealogical concordance in species concepts and biological taxonomy; Richard C. Harrison: Hybrid zones: windows on evolutionary process; Hampton L. Carson: Evolutionary process as studied in population genetics: clues from phylogeny; Michael J. Ryan: Sexual selection, sensory systems, and sensory exploitation; M.W. Shaw & G.M. Hewitt: B chromosomes, selfish DNA, and theoretical models: where next?; D. Couvet et al: Coevolution between two symbionts - the case of cytoplasmic male-sterility in higher plants; Albert F. Bennett & Raymond B. Huey: Studying the evolution of physiological performance; May R. Berenbaum: Plant consumers and plant secondary chemistry: past, present and future.show more

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