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The Cellular Slime Molds

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(Second Edition) This book, written for advanced students and professional biologists, takes a stand against the unnecessary use of such concepts as genetic assimilation, group selection, and cumulative progress in adaptive evolution. The author advocates the rigorous application of the fundamental ideas of Fisher, Haldane, and Wright in explaining adaption. He reassesses and reinterprets material that has been considered by others to be evidence of the inadequacy of the traditional model of natural selection to explain evolutionary adaptation.

Hardback with dust jacket included. Inside pages mostly clean and unmarked. Cover has small amount of wear but is presentable.

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Author(s):
John T. Bonner
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
Second
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
Princeton University Press

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(Second Edition) This book, written for advanced students and professional biologists, takes a stand against the unnecessary use of such concepts as genetic assimilation, group selection, and cumulative progress in adaptive evolution. The author advocates the rigorous application of the fundamental ideas of Fisher, Haldane, and Wright in explaining adaption. He reassesses and reinterprets material that has been considered by others to be evidence of the inadequacy of the traditional model of natural selection to explain evolutionary adaptation.

Hardback with dust jacket included. Inside pages mostly clean and unmarked. Cover has small amount of wear but is presentable.

Author(s):
John T. Bonner
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
Second
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
Princeton University Press

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