By Bruce S. Lieberman (auth.), Ross J. Macintyre, Michael T. Clegg (eds.)
After quantity 33, this publication sequence used to be changed through the magazine "Evolutionary Biology." Please stopover at www.springer.com/11692 for extra information.
This quantity is the thirty third during this sequence, along with 32 numbered volumes and an unnumbered complement. numerous distinct volumes have additionally been released as separate monographs. This quantity, just like the others within the sequence, has chapters dedicated to a vast spectrum of subject matters. certainly, the editors proceed to solicit manuscripts on matters coated by way of the encircling rubric of Evolutionary Biology.
"Volume 33 maintains the grand culture of Evolutionary Biology in being the main complete sequence within the box. The chapters are regularly updated, informative, and stimulating; occasionally infuriating. simply what strong clinical literature may be! fairly beautiful is the free-wheeling spirit of the sequence: no variety or size is imposed. on the way to stay cognizant of latest evolutionary advances more often than not and feature time to learn just one quantity a yr outdoor your personal distinctiveness, make it Evolutionary Biology."
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Evolutionary Biology by Bruce S. Lieberman (auth.), Ross J. Macintyre, Michael T. Clegg (eds.)