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Natural Selection

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On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection

Author : Charles Darwin
ISBN : NYPL:33433007401833
Genre : Evolution
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Natural Selection

Author : Paul Rigel Jenkins
ISBN : UOM:39015082711956
Genre : Drama
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West Anglia. The new name for Wales. Three bumbling terrorists cling to their values as the modern world invades the land of their fathers. An archaeological discovery in the valleys leads to the scientific coup of the millennium. And in Sainsbury's, a man who can't even choose a pasta sauce struggles to choose the perfect life. Set in a disturbing near-future that is all too plausible, Natural Selection is a searing new comedy about fighting for freedom and climbing the food chain. It premiered at the Staatsschauspiel, Munich, and opened in a new version at Theatre503, London, in May 2008.

Adaptation And Natural Selection

Author : George C. Williams
ISBN : 9780691185507
Genre : Science
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Biological evolution is a fact—but the many conflicting theories of evolution remain controversial even today. When Adaptation and Natural Selection was first published in 1966, it struck a powerful blow against those who argued for the concept of group selection—the idea that evolution acts to select entire species rather than individuals. Williams’s famous work in favor of simple Darwinism over group selection has become a classic of science literature, valued for its thorough and convincing argument and its relevance to many fields outside of biology. Now with a new foreword by Richard Dawkins, Adaptation and Natural Selection is an essential text for understanding the nature of scientific debate.

Natural Selection Not Inconsistent With Natural Theology

Author : Asa Gray
ISBN : OXFORD:N10861739
Genre : Evolution
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On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life

Author : Charles Darwin
ISBN : GENT:900000103317
Genre : Evolution
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Natural Selection

Author : Charles Darwin
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The Genetical Theory Of Natural Selection

Author : R.A. Fisher
ISBN : 9781176625020
Genre : History
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Supernatural And Natural Selection

Author : Lyle B. Steadman
ISBN : 9781317251156
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Spanning many different epochs and varieties of religious experience, this book develops a new approach to religion and its role in human history. The authors look across a range of religious phenomena-from ancestor worship to totemism, shamanism, and worldwide modern religions-to offer a new explanation of the evolutionary success of religious behaviors. Their book is more empirical and verifiable than most previous books on evolution and religion because they develop an approach that removes guesswork about beliefs in the supernatural, focusing instead on the behaviors of individuals. The result is a pioneering look at how and why natural selection has favored religious behaviors throughout history.

Natural Selection In The Wild

Author : John A. Endler
ISBN : 0691083878
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Natural selection is an immense and important subject, yet there have been few attempts to summarize its effects on natural populations, and fewer still which discuss the problems of working with natural selection in the wild. These are the purposes of John Endler's book. In it, he discusses the methods and problems involved in the demonstration and measurement of natural selection, presents the critical evidence for its existence, and places it in an evolutionary perspective. Professor Endler finds that there are a remarkable number of direct demonstrations of selection in a wide variety of animals and plants. The distribution of observed magnitudes of selection in natural populations is surprisingly broad, and it overlaps extensively the range of values found in artificial selection. He argues that the common assumption that selection is usually weak in natural populations is no longer tenable, but that natural selection is only one component of the process of evolution; natural selection can explain the change of frequencies of variants, but not their origins.

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