Process and pattern in evolution [by] Terrell H. Hamilton.

New York, Macmillan [1967] .

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Subjects Biological Evolution.
Evolucao (Teoria)
Evolution (Biology)
Évolution (biologie)
Series Current concepts in biology.
Description x, 118 pages illustrations, maps 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents 1. The Darwin-Wallace concept of evolution by natural selection -- 2. The nature of sources of individual genetic variations : The nature of variation ; Sources of new variation -- 3. Natural selection in relation to the genetics and ecology of natural populations : Genetics of natural populations ; Ecology of natural populations ; Equilibrium and the natural regulation of species abundance -- 4. Adaptations: patterns in response of populations to natural selection : Selection pressures ; Rapid adaptation by directional selection ; Trends in adaptation -- 5. The origins of species and species difference : Geographic isolation as a prerequisite for speciation ; Interspecific interactions ; Origin of species-specific characters -- 6. The species as the keystone of evolution : Adaptive differences between bird species ; Adaptive radiation ; Individual versus group selection ; The species as the major unit of evolution
Network Numbers (OCoLC)256812
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WorldCat Identities Hamilton, Terrell H.
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