Comparative Methods in Evolutionary Biology

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Comparative Methods in Evolutionary Biology - Harvey, Paul H, and Pagel, Mark D

From Darwin onward, it has been second nature for evolutionary biologists to think comparatively because comparisons establish the generality of evolutionary phenomena. Do large genomes slow down development? What lifestyles select for large brains? Are extinction rates related to body size? These are all questions for the comparative method, and ... Read More

Comparative Methods in Evolutionary Biology 1991, Oxford University Press, USA, Oxford, England

ISBN-13: 9780198546405

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