Evolution Without Isolation

  title={Evolution Without Isolation},
  author={Orator Fuller Cook},
  journal={The American Naturalist},
  pages={727 - 731}
  • O. F. Cook
  • Published 1 November 1908
  • Biology
  • The American Naturalist
Phase transition in a growing network
Phylogeographic patterns of the Moroccan lizard - fingered gecko Saurodactylus brosseti
The study demonstrates the value of combining fieldwork, molecular analyses and modelling approaches to gain new insights into the evolutionary history of a species by assessing phylogeographic patterns of the Moroccan lizard-fingered gecko Saurodactylus brosseti 4.
Symmetry of interactions rules in incompletely connected random replicator ecosystems
  • P. Kärenlampi
  • Physics
    The European physical journal. E, Soft matter
  • 2014
It is found that evolving random replicator systems with speciation do become large and complex, depending on speciation parameters, and the generalized Lotka-Volterra system is shown to be a tedious way of implementing the replicator system.
Concepts of species and modes of speciation
Biological species concept is the most widely accepted species concept and there are various models to explain the modes of speciation basically based on geographic component such as sympatric, allopatric (dichopatrics and peripatric) and parapatric.
Common characteristics in microorganisms that belong to altogether different kingdom domains depict these phenomenal foot prints of evolution, presenting that they are motile flowing with time breaking down kingdom/domain barriers.
The tempo and mode of evolution a neontological reappraisal
The theory of “punctuated equilibrium” suggests that species evolve rapidly during or immediately upon speciation, “punctuating” long periods of little or no morphological evolution. Here I confirm
Why was Darwin’s view of species rejected by twentieth century biologists?
In the 150th anniversary of The Origin of Species, Darwinian views on species appear to be returning to more Darwinianviews on species, and to a fuller appreciation of what Darwin meant.