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Evolutionary Biology

Volume 29

Series: Evolutionary Biology, Vol. 29

Hecht, Max K., MacIntyre, Ross J., Clegg, Michael T. (Eds.)

1996, XIV, 322 p.


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After volume 33, this book series was replaced by the journal "Evolutionary Biology." Please visit www.springer.com/11692 for further information.

In Volume 29, internationally acclaimed researchers address a broad range of topics including the organization of eukaryotic genes, evolution of Drosophila mating systems, and evolutionary-developmental approaches to fin/limb transformation.

Content Level » Research

Related subjects » Evolutionary & Developmental Biology

Table of contents 

The Organization of Eukaryotic Genes; G. Maroni A Common Ancestry for Drosophila Alcohol Dehydrogenase, and Human 11£Ii£hydroxysteroid, 17£Ii£hydroxysteroid and 15hydroxyprostaglandin Dehyrogenases: Insights into ADH Evolution, Substrate Specificity and Function; M.E. Baker Stress, Resources, Energy Balances and Evolutionary Change; P.A. Parsons Evolution of Drosophila Mating Systems; T.A. Markow Pollination Biology and the Evolution of Mating System in Flowering Plants; K.E. Holsinger Sympatry and Niche Shift among Temperate Zone Chymomyza Diptera: Drosophilidae and the Mate Recognition Controversy; H.T. Band Bauplane, Phylotypic Stages and Constraint: Why There Are So Few Types of Animals; B.K. Hall From Fins to Limbs: Developmental Perspectives on Palaeontological and Morphological Evidence; R. Hinchliffe, E. Vorobyeva Index.

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