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Natural populations of plants show intricate patterns of variation. European botanists of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries used this variation to classify different 'kinds' into a hierarchy of family, genus, and species. Although useful, these classifications were based on a belief in the fixity of species and the static patterns of variation. Darwin's theory of evolution changed this view; populations and species varied in time and space and were part of a continuing process of evolution. The development of ...

Plant Variation and Evolution 2016, Cambridge University Press, New York

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Plant Variation and Evolution 1997, Cambridge University Press, New York, NY

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Plant Variation and Evolution 1997, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge

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Plant Variation and Evolution 1984, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge

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Plant Variation and Evolution 1969, George Weidenfeld & Nicholson, London, England

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Plant Variation and Evolution 1969, Littlehampton Book Services Ltd

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