Evolution and Ecology of the Organism
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For sophomore- to junior-level courses in Evolution, with an Introductory Biology prerequisite. This text introduces biology majors to the basic concepts of the fields comprising Darwinian biology: population genetics, population ecology, community ecology, macroevolution, physiological ecology, systematics, and functional morphology. The general theme is the interconnecte...more
Hardcover, 720 pages
Published February 9th 2005 by Benjamin Cummings
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