Evolution and Phylogeny in Morphologically Uniform Groups

@inproceedings{Bock1963EvolutionAP,
  title={Evolution and Phylogeny in Morphologically Uniform Groups},
  author={Walter Joseph Bock},
  year={1963}
}
The general principles of phylogeny used today by workers in all areas of zoology and botany were developed over many years beginning in 1859, but also having a strong foundation in pre-Darwinian comparative anatomy and taxonomy. The major contribution to these principles was made before 1900, before the mechanisms of genetics and of population phenomena were known. Moreover, these principles were established on the basis of comparative studies of groups, both fossil and living, exhibiting… CONTINUE READING

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