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Populations, Species, and Evolution, An Abridgment of Animal Species and Evolution
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 BreakdownExpand
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STEFANSSON, V. 1955. Clothes made the Eskimo. Nat. Hist., 64 (1): 32-41. SWIFT, R. W., AND C. E. FRENCH. 1954. Energy Metabolism and Nutrition. Scarecrow Press, Washington, D. C. WEBSTER, A. P. 1952.Expand
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The Evolutionary synthesis : perspectives on the unification of biology
Preface, 1998 Preface to the Original Edition Prologue: Some Thoughts on the History of the Evolutionary Synthesis Ernst Mayr Part One: Different Biological Disciplines and the Synthesis GeneticsExpand
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Cause and effect in biology.
En el medio siglo que va de 1940 a 1990, el devenir de la biología evolucionaria estuvo regido por el neodarwinismo; y ese modo de entender los fenómenos evolutivos se constituyó en la referenciaExpand
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This Is Biology: The Science of the Living World
What is the meaning of "Life"? what is science how does science explain the natural world? how does biology explain the living world? does science advance? how are the life sciences structured?Expand
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Speciation Phenomena in Birds
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  • The American Naturalist
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EVOLUTION is a very complicated and many-sided process. Every single branch of biology contributes its share of new ideas and new evidence, but no single discipline can hope to find all the answersExpand
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The Biogeographic Evidence Supporting the Pleistocene Forest Refuge Hypothesis
The prevailing explanation for the observed distributional patterns and areas of endemism of tropical forest organisms is the Pleistocene refuge hypothesis, which proposes that wide-ranging ancestralExpand
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