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In Evolutionary Analysis (ISBN 9780132275842), authors Scott Freeman and Jon Herron present the subject of evolutionary biology as a continuing research effort, allowing readers to see the discipline the way real scientists do. It presents classic and recent examples and studies as well as offering real-life applications. The text also incorporates recent...
In Evolutionary Analysis (ISBN 9780132275842), authors Scott Freeman and Jon Herron present the subject of evolutionary biology as a continuing research effort, allowing readers to see the discipline the way real scientists do. It presents classic and recent examples and studies as well as offering real-life applications. The text also incorporates recent research findings and developments to keep students updated in the latest improvements within the field. The authors provide better learning experience through full-color illustrations and pictures, data graphics and diagrams, and other learning tools. The book is aimed at undergraduate students as well as those majoring in related sciences like biology. It has an additional chapter dedicated to phylogenomics as well as to adaptation and its molecular basis. Scott Freeman and Jon Heron introducing themes in the form of questions and explain how real evolutionary biologists would deal with the subject using the scientific method — that is, formulating a hypothesis, framing predictions, and then testing them through experiments and observations. Among the major topics discussed include evolution and its evidence, Darwinism, evolutionary trees, and different mechanisms of evolutionary change, such as mutation, generic variation, Mendelian genetics, and quantitative genetics. Evolutionary Analysis also talks about the study of adaptation, sexual selection, aging, human health, and phylogenomics. The concluding chapters discuss speciation, the Precambrian and Cambrian periods, and human development. The book is 800 pages of pure knowledge about the study of evolution, offering helpful illustrations and useful facts that students can use in their further study as well as other life sciences. The authors were successful in presenting the subject in an interesting, methodological manner, utilizing the natural flow of scientific inquiry.
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