Integrating Development with Evolution:A Case Study with Beetle Horns

@inproceedings{Emlen2000IntegratingDW,
  title={Integrating Development with Evolution:A Case Study with Beetle Horns},
  author={D. Emlen},
  year={2000}
}
  • D. Emlen
  • Published 2000
  • Biology
  • providing unprecedented opportunities for synthesis of these fields. Increasingly, evolutionary biologists are using developmental mechanisms to explain large-scale evolutionary patterns (Alberch 1982, Bonner 1982, Oster et al. 1988, Hanken and Thorogood 1993, Akam et al. 1994, Raff 1996), including major transformations of complex phenotypes (e.g., Goldschmidt 1940, Carroll 1994, Halder et al. 1995, Raff 1996) and the origin of structures such as appendages (Coates 1994, Panganiban et al. 1997… CONTINUE READING
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