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Animal Species and Evolution

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$65.00 • £54.95 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674865327

Publication Date: 01/01/1963

797 pages

65 line illustrations, 43 tables

Belknap Press

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  • 1. Evolutionary Biology
  • 2. Species Concepts and Their Application
  • 3. Morphological Species Characters and Sibling Species
  • 4. Biological Properties of Species
  • 5. Isolating Mechanisms
  • 6. The Breakdown of Isolating Mechanisms (Hybridization)
  • 7. The Population, Its Variation and Genetics
  • 8. Factors Reducing the Genetic Variation of Populations
  • 9. Storage and Protection of Genetic Variation
  • 10. The Unity of the Genotype
  • 11. Geographic Variation
  • 12. The Polytypic Species of the Taxonomist
  • 13. The Population Structure of Species
  • 14. Kinds of Species
  • 15. Multiplication of Species
  • 16. Geographic Speciation
  • 17. The Genetics of Speciation
  • 18. The Ecology of Speciation
  • 19. Species and Transpecific Evolution
  • 20. Man as a Biological Species
  • Glossary
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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