Homoplasy: the recurrence of similarity in evolution. Responsibility: [edited by] Michael J. Sanderson, Larry Hufford. Imprint: San Diego, Calif.: Academic Press . Why do unrelated organisms sometimes appear almost identical in details of the anatomy, behavior, physiology, and ecology? Homoplasy assembles leaders in. The authors of this book investigate one of the most fascinating and, for many decades, most intractable of evolutionary conundrums-why do unrelated.
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Academic Press- Science – pages. Forey Limited preview – Nielsen Book Data Publisher’s Summary Plants and animals that are unrelated sometimes resemble one another in astonishing detail. Browse related items Start at call number: Milestones in Systematics David M. The Recurrence of Similarity in Evolution. Physical description xxv, p. Willmott, ontogenetic evolution, clade diversification, and homoplasy, L.
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Contributor Sanderson, Michael J. Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
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