By John G. Maisey (auth.), Max K. Hecht, Bruce Wallace, Ghillean T. Prance (eds.)

Evolutionary Biology, of which this can be the twenty-second quantity, maintains to supply its readers a variety of unique articles, studies, and commentaries on evolution, within the broadest feel of that time period. the subjects of the experiences variety from anthropology, molecular evolution, and paleobiology to rules of systematics. In contemporary volumes, a wide spectrum of articles have seemed on such matters as uneven sexual isolation, biochemical systematics in vegetation, species choice, DNA hybridization and phylogenetics, modes of evolution in Pleistocene rodents, and improvement and evolution of the vertebrate limb. we've additionally tried to supply a discussion board for con­ flicting principles. Articles resembling those, usually too lengthy for normal journals, are the fabric for Evolutionary Biology. The editors proceed to solicit manuscripts on a global scale with the intention to see that everybody ofthe many aspects of organic evolution is roofed. Manuscripts may be despatched to somebody of the next: Max ok. Hecht, division of Biology, Queens university of the town collage of recent York, Flushing, ny 11367; Bruce Wallace, division of Biology, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and kingdom college, Blacks­ burg, Virginia 24061; GhilleanT. Prance, big apple Botanical backyard, Bronx, long island 10458. The Editors vii Contents 1. Phylogeny of Early Vertebrate Skeletal Induction and Ossification styles ....................................... 1 John G. Maisey advent: The Fossil Record.. .. .. ...... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 ..

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