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Phylogenetic relationships are made clear through phylogenetic trees in dugztkin chapter, many of which include in-figure captions, photographs, and line art that further explain each concept. Experimental details encourage students to visualize both the research study and how the experiment was conducted so that they fully understand the meaning behind the data.
Research descriptions address experimental design as well as outcomes, helping students better grasp the implications of the results. Subscribe Learn more about Evolution.
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More Books Science Biology. Features Contents Thorough and accessible coverage of population genetics and phylogenetics Phylogenetics is introduced early in two separate chapters—Chapters 4 and 5—that teach students how to interpret hypotheses about evolutionary history and compare the relatedness of living organisms, while five complete chapters on population genetics provide the most thorough and accessible coverage of this foundational topic available in any undergraduate textbook.
InQuizitive modules accessible from the Coursepack help struggling students get up to speed on the most foundational concepts in evoultion course— phylogenetics, population, genetics, and analyzing data.
Get your students thinking critically about evolution. Contemporary research examples in every chapter—many of which are drawn from the last years—reinforce foundational concepts.
Evolution presents foundational concepts through a contemporary framework of population genetics and phylogenetics that is enriched by current research and stunning art. A confirmation email will be sent to you shortly. Phylogenetics is introduced early in two separate chapters—Chapters 4 and 5—that teach students how to interpret hypotheses about evolutionary history and compare the relatedness of living organisms, while five complete chapters on population genetics provide the evolutiln thorough and accessible coverage of this foundational topic available in any undergraduate textbook.
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Clear explanations of quantitative methods teach students how to formulate questions about evolutionary processes and relationships the same way that researchers do—using the language of quantitative models.
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More Textbooks Biology Evolution. A capstone chapter on evolution and medicine and a full chapter on genome evolution highlight the cutting-edge of research in evolutionary biology. Research topics include a study in which clonal interference in a yeast population was observed using whole-genome sequencing, as well as a paper illustrating genetic hitchhiking by describing a study of within-host evolution of the HIV virus.