After volume 33, this book series was replaced by the journal "Evolutionary Biology." Please visit www.springer.com/11692 for further information.
The current volume includes articles on the conceptual relationship of ontogeny, phylogeny, and classification; correlation studies of spatial patterns of genetic variation; and the evolution of flower display and reward.
The Conceptual Relationship of Ontogeny, Phylogeny, and Classification; O. Rieppel. History, Function, and Evolutionary Biology; N. Eldredge. The Use of Molecular and Biochemical Markers in Crop Evolution Studies; P. Gepts. Recent Advances in Correlation Studies of Spatial Patterns of Genetic Variation; B.K. Epperson. Evolution of Retroposons; P.L. Deininger, M.A. Batzer. The Evolution of Flower Display and Reward; D. Cohen, A. Shmida. The Origin of Mosasaurs as a Model of Macroevolutionary Patterns and Processes; M. deBraga, R.L. Carroll. A History of an Extinct Reptilion Clada Clade, the Choristodera; S.E. Evans, M.K. Hecht. Early Metazoan Evolution and the Meaning of its Fossil Record; J. Dzik. A Developmental Model for Evolution of the Vertebrate Exoskeleton and Teeth; M.M. Smith, B.K. Hall. Index.