Sinauer Associates, 1986 - 600 pagine
Covers the genetic, developmental, and ecological mechanisms of evolutionary change, the major features of evolutionary history as revealed by phylogenetic and paleontological studies, and material on adaptation, molecular evolution, co-evolution, and human evolution.
79 pagine corrispondenti a editions:ISBN0878931880 in questo libro
Cosa dicono le persone - Scrivi una recensione
Nessuna recensione trovata nei soliti posti.
CONCEPTIONS AND MISCONCEPTIONS
ADAPTATION AND ENVIRONMENT
COMPLEX INTERACTIONS AMONG SPECIES
31 sezioni non visualizzate
Altre edizioni - Visualizza tutto
adaptive advantage allele allele frequency America appear arise associated average become behavior biological birds caused Chapter characteristics characters chromosome common competition conversion copies correlation depends described determined developmental differentiation direct distribution divergence Drosophila ecological effect elements environment enzyme equilibrium evidence evolution evolutionary evolved example exist expression extinction factors Figure fitness fossil frequency function gene genetic genetic drift genotypes geographic greater groups growth higher host human hybrid important increase individual insects interactions isolation less lineage loci locus lower major males mating mean mechanisms morphological mutation natural selection occur organisms origin pairs pattern phenotype plants Pleistocene polymorphism population possible predators probability reduced region relationships relative represent reproductive response separate sequence similar single speciation species structure taxa term theory tion trait usually variance variation vary