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Quantifying morphological change during an evolutionary radiation of Devonian trilobites
Volume 28 , Issue 5 May Pages Related Information. Close Figure Viewer. Browse All Figures Return to Figure. Previous Figure Next Figure. This book will remain a must-read for anyone interested in evolutionary biology, and the role of natural selection in diversification in particular. Givnish, Thomas J. Molecular evolution and adaptive radiation.
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Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Univ. Contributors in this multi-authored book address questions related to adaptive radiation by combining complementary approaches in comparative molecular genetics, phylogenetics, ecology, and biogeography. The synthetic chapter by Givnish pp.
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This book has not lost its relevancy, and it remains among the most fascinating readings in evolutionary biology. Originally published in , this edition includes an introduction and notes by Laurene M. Ratcliffe and Peter T. Losos, Jonathan B.
Lizards in an evolutionary tree: Ecology and adaptive radiation of anoles. Berkeley: Univ. Perhaps one of the best-studied examples of adaptive radiation involves Caribbean Anolis lizards. With about four hundred species, Anolis has played an important role in the development of ecological theory and has become a model system exemplifying the integration of ecological, evolutionary, and behavioral studies to understand evolutionary diversification. This major work reviews and synthesizes an immense literature.
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The ecology of adaptive radiation. Oxford: Oxford Univ. This book investigates all aspects of the ecological theory of adaptive radiation, which stipulates that lineage diversification in adaptive radiation is the result of divergent natural selection. The book focuses mainly on diversification unfolding on relatively small temporal and spatial scales. It makes use of a wide range of examples to dissect and detail the main ecological processes in adaptive radiation,. Simpson, George G. The major features of evolution. New York: Columbia Univ.
This book is an extensively revised version of Tempo and Mode in Evolution , originally published in by the same author. It complements nicely the original publication and will be as satisfying to the reader. Tempo and mode in evolution. This book focuses on the rate and process of evolution and remains a classic contribution to the study of adaptive radiation and the process of evolution in general.
The material is very accessible, focusing mostly on paleontological examples of diversification. Simpson has added an introduction to the edition of this book, originally published in Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content on this page.
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