The Princeton Guide to Evolution

The Princeton Guide to Evolution


The Princeton advisor to Evolution is a entire, concise, and authoritative connection with the main matters and key innovations in evolutionary biology, from genes to mass extinctions. Edited by way of a special crew of evolutionary biologists, with contributions from major researchers, the consultant includes a few a hundred transparent, actual, and up to date articles at the most crucial issues in seven significant components: phylogenetics and the background of lifestyles; choice and version; evolutionary approaches; genes, genomes, and phenotypes; speciation and macroevolution; evolution of habit, society, and people; and evolution and glossy society. whole with greater than a hundred illustrations (including 8 pages in color), glossaries of keyword phrases, feedback for extra interpreting on every one subject, and an index, this can be a necessary quantity for undergraduate and graduate scholars, scientists in comparable fields, and somebody else with a significant curiosity in evolution.

  • Explains key issues in a few a hundred concise and authoritative articles written by way of a crew of major evolutionary biologists
  • Contains greater than a hundred illustrations, together with 8 pages in color
  • Each article contains an overview, thesaurus, bibliography, and cross-references
  • Covers phylogenetics and the heritage of lifestyles; choice and variation; evolutionary procedures; genes, genomes, and phenotypes; speciation and macroevolution; evolution of habit, society, and people; and evolution and glossy society

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