Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Biology

Editor: Kliman, Richard
Publication Year: 2016
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology

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ISBN: 978-0-12-800049-6
Category: Science - Biology
Image Count: 996
Video Count: 2
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

As an authoritative work covering the whole field of evolutionary biology, this book provides a fully comprehensive review of the field in an easy to search structure that is an ideal reference for students and professionals alike.

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Table of Contents

  • Editor-in-Chief
  • Section Editors
  • Preface
  • Foreword
  • Permission Acknowledgments
  • VOLUME 1
  • A
  • Adaptation, History of
  • Adaptive Landscapes
  • Adaptive Molecular Evolution: Detection Methods
  • Adaptive Mutation Controversy
  • Adaptive Radiations: Insights From Evo-Devo
  • Age-Specific Survivorship and Fertility, Estimating
  • Aging: Why Do We Age?
  • Amniotes, Diversification of
  • Amniotes, the Origin of
  • Ancestral Reconstruction: Theory and Practice
  • Angiosperm Phylogeny and Diversification
  • Animal: What Is an Animal?
  • Antagonistic Interspecific Coevolution
  • Archaeplastida: Diversification of Red Algae and the Green Plant Lineage
  • Artificial Selection
  • B
  • Bacterial Diversity, Introduction to
  • Bacterial Species Concepts
  • Basic Science and Evolutionary Biology
  • Bayesian Phylogenetic Methods
  • Biogeography, Conservation
  • Biogeography, Ecological Theories in
  • Biogeography, Evolutionary Theories in
  • Biogeography, History of
  • Biogeography, Human
  • Biogeography, Marine
  • Biogeography, Microbial
  • Biogeography of Arthropods
  • Biogeography of Interactions
  • Biogeography of Islands, Lakes, and Mountaintops; Evolutionary
  • Biogeography of Vertebrates
  • Biogeography, Patterns in
  • Bird Flight Origins
  • Birds, Diversification of
  • C
  • Cambrian Explosion: A Molecular Paleobiological Overview
  • C4 and CAM Photosynthesis in Land Plants, Evolution and Diversification of
  • Carbon Relations, the Role in Plant Diversification of
  • Cellular Behaviors Underlying Pattern Formation and Evolution
  • Climate Change, Quantitative Genetics and
  • Coalescent and Models of Identity by Descent
  • Codon Usage and Translational Selection
  • Coevolutionary Fitness Landscapes
  • Coevolution, Bacterial-Phage
  • Coevolution, Introduction to
  • Commensalism, Amensalism, and Synnecrosis
  • Compensatory Evolution
  • Complexity, the Role of Oxygen in Evolution of
  • Consensus Methods, Phylogenetic
  • Conservation Biology, Evolution and
  • Conservation Biology, Quantitative Genetics in
  • Convergent Evolution, Adaptive Radiation, and Species Diversification in Plants
  • Cooperation and Public Goods, Bacterial
  • Cospeciation
  • D
  • Darwin's Finches, the Galapagos, and Natural Laboratories of Evolution
  • Darwin–Wallace Theory of Evolution
  • Developmental Biases on Morphological Evolvability
  • Developmental-Genetic Toolkit for Evolutionary Developmental Biology
  • Developmental Mechanisms Controlling Cell Fate, Evolution of
  • Developmental Paleontology and Paleo-Evo-Devo
  • Developmental Plasticity and Phenotypic Evolution
  • Directed Evolution, History of
  • Directional Selection and Adaptation
  • Dispersal Biogeography
  • Distance-Based Phylogenetic Inference
  • Divergence and Diversification, Quantitative Genetics of
  • E
  • Ecological Evolutionary Developmental Biology
  • Ecological Fitting and Novel Species Interactions in Nature
  • Ecological Speciation and Its Consequences
  • Effective Population Size
  • Endogenous Retroviruses and Coevolution
  • Endophytic Microbes, Evolution and Diversification of
  • Endosymbiotic Theory
  • VOLUME 2
  • E
  • Epigenetic Inheritance
  • Epigenetics and Genome Evolution
  • Evo-Devo: Regulatory and Protein-Coding Evolution in Plant Diversification
  • Evolution and Agriculture I. The Evolution of Domestication
  • Evolution and Agriculture II. Evolutionary Applications to Breeding
  • Evolutionary Biology, History of
  • Evolutionary Computation
  • Evolutionary Genetics, History of
  • Evolutionary Medicine I. An Overview and Applications to Cancer
  • Evolutionary Medicine II. Use of the Comparative Method and The Animal Model
  • Evolutionary Medicine III. Mismatch
  • Evolutionary Medicine IV. Evolution and Emergence of Novel Pathogens
  • Evolvability, Quantitative Genetics of
  • F
  • Founder Speciation
  • Fungal Evolution: Aquatic–Terrestrial Transitions
  • G
  • Gene Interactions in Evolution
  • Gene Networks Driving Development, Conservation and Evolution of
  • Gene Origin, Sex Chromosomes and
  • Genetic Architecture
  • Genetic Drift, Models of Random
  • Genetic Variation in Populations
  • Genetic Variation, Maintenance of
  • Genome Evolution’s Role in Developmental Evolution
  • Genome Organization, Evolution of
  • Genome Plasticity, Bacterial
  • Genome Size and Structure, Bacterial
  • Genotype-by-Environment Interaction
  • Genotype to Phenotype: Insights from Evo-Devo
  • Geographic Mosaic of Coevolution
  • H
  • Hardy–Weinberg Equilibrium and Random Mating
  • Hermaphrodites
  • Homo, Diversification of
  • Human Life Histories, Evolution and
  • Hybrid Speciation
  • I
  • Inbreeding and Nonrandom Mating
  • Industrial Melanism, History of
  • Inheritance: From Quantitative Genetics to Evolutionary Stable Strategies
  • Insects and Ecdysozoa, Diversification of
  • Intraspecific Coevolutionary Arms Races
  • Invasion Biogeography
  • Invasive Species, Evolution and
  • L
  • Land Animals, Origins of
  • Land Vertebrates, the Origin and Evolution of
  • Lichen-Forming Fungi, Diversification of
  • Life Histories, Axes of Variation in
  • Life History: Age and Stage Structure
  • Life-History Evolution, Human
  • Life-History Evolution, Human Impacts on
  • Life History Evolution in Guppies, Experimental Studies of
  • Life-History Evolution in Island Populations of Birds
  • Life History Evolution, Plants
  • Life History Evolution: The Role of Mating Systems
  • Life History Patterns
  • Life History: Pike
  • Life History Theory: Basics
  • Life History Trade-offs
  • Life History, What is?
  • Linkage Disequilibrium: Population Genetics of Multiple Loci
  • Lophotrochozoa, Diversification of
  • M
  • Macroevolution, Quantitative Genetics and
  • Mammalian Diversification
  • Mammals Everywhere
  • Mammals, Origin of
  • Mate Choice and Sexually Selected Traits
  • Maternal Effects
  • Mating and Parental Sex Roles, Diversity in
  • Mating Systems, A Brief History of
  • Mating Systems in A Changing Environment
  • Mating Systems in Flowering Plants
  • Mating Systems in Plants, Genome Evolution and
  • Mating Tactics and Mating Strategies
  • Maximum Likelihood Phylogenetic Inference
  • VOLUME 3
  • M
  • Metazoans, Origins of
  • Microbial Experimental Evolution
  • Microbiome
  • Mitochondrial and Nuclear Genome Coevolution
  • Model Systems: The Key Roles of Traditional and New Models in Evolutionary Developmental Biology
  • Modularity and Integration
  • Modularity and Integration in Evo-Devo
  • Molecular Evolution, Functional Synthesis of
  • Molecular Evolution, History of
  • Molecular Evolution, Models of
  • Multivariate Quantitative Genetics
  • Mutation and Genome Evolution
  • Mutation, Population Genetic Models of
  • Mutualism, the Evolutionary Ecology of
  • Mycorrhizal Fungi, Evolution and Diversification of
  • N
  • Natural Selection, Introduction to
  • Natural Selection, Measuring
  • Neutral Evolution, Population Genetic Tests of
  • Neutral Models of Genetic Drift and Mutation
  • Noncoding DNA Evolution: Junk DNA Revisited
  • Noncoding RNAs, Origin and Evolution of
  • Novel Structures in Animals, Developmental Evolution of
  • Novel Structures in Plants, Developmental Evolution of
  • O
  • Operational Sex Ratio
  • Origin of Life, RNA World and
  • Origins of Life, History of
  • P
  • Paleobiogeography and Fossils
  • Paleobiological Revolution, History of
  • Parallel and Convergent Molecular Evolution
  • Parallel Speciation
  • Parsimony Methods in Phylogenetics
  • Pathogen Epidemiology
  • Pest Management, Evolution and
  • Philosophy, Evolutionary Biology and
  • Phylogenetic Approach to Studying Developmental Evolution: A Model Clade Approach
  • Phylogenetic Comparative Method
  • Phylogenetic Invariants
  • Phylogenetic Networks
  • Phylogenetic Tree
  • Phylogenetic Tree Comparison
  • Phylogenetic Tree Distances
  • Phylogeography
  • Plant–Pollinator Interactions and Flower Diversification
  • Plasmid Driven Evolution of Bacteria
  • Polyandry and Female Postcopulatory Choice
  • Polyploid Speciation
  • Population Structure and Gene Flow
  • Predation and Parasitism
  • Protein Biophysics and Evolution
  • Protist Diversification
  • Q
  • Quantitative Genetics in Natural Populations
  • Quantitative Genetic Variation
  • Quantitative Genetic Variation, Comparing Patterns of
  • Quantitative Trait Variation, Molecular Basis of
  • Quaternary Biogeography and Climate Change
  • R
  • r- and K-Selection in Fluctuating Environments, Theory of
  • Recombination and Molecular Evolution
  • Recombination and Selection
  • Recombination in Bacterial Populations
  • Regulatory and Coding Changes in Developmental Evolution, Roles of
  • Reinforcement
  • Reproductive Isolation, Postzygotic
  • Reproductive Isolation, Prezygotic
  • Responses to Climate Change, Evolution and
  • Ring Species
  • RNA Viruses, Evolution of
  • Robustness and Evolvability in Molecular Evolution
  • Rooting Trees, Methods for
  • S
  • Schools of Classification
  • Searching Tree Space, Methods for
  • VOLUME 4
  • S
  • Secondary Metabolites, the Role in Plant Diversification of
  • Security, Evolution and
  • Seedless Land Plants, Evolution and Diversification of
  • Selective Sweeps
  • Sensory Systems: Molecular Evolution in Vertebrates
  • Sequential Speciation
  • Sex and Recombination in Snails
  • Sex and Selfish Genetic Elements
  • Sex Chromosome Evolution: Birth, Maturation, Decay, and Rebirth
  • Sex Determination
  • Sex, Evolution and Maintenance of
  • Sexual Conflict
  • Sexual Dimorphism
  • Sexual Networks
  • Sexual Selection, Theory of
  • Shifting Balance Theory, Sewall Wright and
  • Social Effects
  • Sociobiology, History of
  • Speciation, Chromosomal Rearrangements and
  • Speciation Continuum
  • Speciation Genes
  • Speciation Genomics
  • Speciation, Geography of
  • Speciation, Sexual Conflict and
  • Speciation, Sexual Selection and
  • Speciation-with-Gene-Flow
  • Species Concepts and Speciation
  • Species Concepts: Viral Quasispecies
  • Species Trees, Inference of
  • Sperm Competition
  • Supertree Methods, Phylogenetic
  • Support Measures, Phylogenetic Tree
  • Symbiogenesis, History of
  • Symbiosis, History of
  • Symbiosis, Introduction to
  • Synthetic Theory of Evolution, History of
  • Systems in Evolutionary Systems Biology
  • T
  • Transposable Elements, Population Genetics of
  • U
  • Unikonts, Evolution and Diversification of (with Emphasis on Fungal-Like Forms)
  • V
  • Vertebrates, the Origin of
  • Vicariance Biogeography
  • W
  • Waddington's Epigenetic Landscape, History of
  • Water Transport, the Role in Plant Diversification of
  • Authors