4 edition of Plant variation and evolution found in the catalog.
Plant variation and evolution
Previous ed., London , Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1969.
|Statement||D. Briggs, S.M. Walters.|
|Contributions||Walters, S. M. 1920-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||401|
|ISBN 10||0521257069, 0521276659|
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The book is principally designed for readers to improve their understanding of plant variation and evolution. The topic is splendidly described and thoroughly discussed throughout. The new edition accurately reflects current developments in the subject and the opportunity has been taken by the authors to further improve its usefulness to Cited by: The main problems examined in this book concern the nature and definition of plant species. Patterns of variation and evolution are surveyed and the development of ideas on these subjects during the last years is discussed. Discussion of variation and microevolution is confined mainly to examples from the European and North American flora, because in these variation has been most carefully Cited by:
Investigating plant variation and evolution; 2. From Ray to Darwin; 3. Early work on biometry; 4. Early work on the basis of individual variation; 5. Post-Darwinian ideas about evolution; 6. DNA: towards an understanding of heredity and molecular evolution; 7. Breeding systems; 8. Infraspecific variation and the ecotype concept; 9. A benchmark text, Developmental Genetics and Plant Evolution integrates the recent revolution in the molecular-developmental genetics of plants with mainstream evolutionary thought. It reflects the increasing cooperation between strongly genomics-influenced researchers, with their strong grasp of technology, and evolutionary morphogenetists and sys5/5(1).
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Cambridge Core - Plant Sciences - Plant Variation and Evolution - by David BriggsCited by: 5. 'This is a marvellously instructive book which provides a richness of examples on plant evolution and variation. Brought up to date and giving copious insights to the latest molecular biological and analytical techniques, this edition is par excellence the textbook in the field.'Cited by: Natural populations of plants show intricate patterns of variation.
European botanists of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries used this variation to classify different 'kinds' into a hierarchy of family, genus, and species. Although useful, these classifications were based on a belief in the fixity of species and the static patterns of variation.
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We are in the midst of a biological revolution. Molecular tools are now providing new means of critically testing hypotheses and models of microevolution in populations of wild, cultivated, weedy and feral plants.
Investigating plant variation and evolution 2. From Ray to Darwin 3. Early work on biometry 4. Early work on the basis of individual variation 5. Post-Darwinian ideas about evolution 6.
DNA: towards an understanding of heredity and molecular evolution 7. Breeding systems 8. Infraspecific variation and the ecotype concept 9.
Pattern and process. Get this from a library. Plant variation and evolution. [D Briggs; S M Walters] -- A long-awaited fourth edition Plant variation and evolution book a classic text, which considers the implications of new advances and challenges in our understanding of the evolution of flowering plants.
It has been fully revised. 'This is a marvellously instructive book which provides a richness of examples on plant evolution and variation. Brought up to date and giving copious insights to the latest molecular biological and analytical techniques, this edition is par excellence the textbook in the field.'Pages: 1.
Looking at variation 2. From Ray to Darwin 3. Early work on biometry 4. Early work on the basis of individual variation 5. Post-Darwinian ideas about evolution 6. Modern views on the basis of variation 7.
Breeding systems 8. Infraspecific variation and the ecotype concept 9. Recent advances in genecology Species and speciation The endless variety of different organisms, in their beauty, complexity and diversity, gives to the biological world a special fascination. Some recognition of these different ‘kinds’ of organisms is a feature of all primitive societies, for the very good reason that humans had to know, and to distinguish, the edible from the poisonous plants, or the harmless from the dangerous animal.
Looking at variation -- 2. From Ray to Darwin -- 3. Early work on biometry -- 4. Early work on the basis of individual variation -- 5. Post-Darwinian ideas about evolution -- 6. Modern views on the basis of variation -- 7. Breeding systems -- 8. Infraspecific variation and the ecotype concept -- 9.
Recent advances in genecology -- Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Plant Variation and Evolution This book is in very good condition and will be shipped within 24 hours of ordering. The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged.
This book has clearly been well maintained and looked after thus far. In an approach neglected by other authors, this book, revealing how a belief in the fixity of species was abandoned in the face of Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection.
In this revised and extended third edition, the authors consider the remarkable insights that recent Price: $ Although this book does not claim to be a complete restatement of the theory of evolution, it reviews the experimental evidence for natural selection after a thorough treatment of variation patterns in plant populations, particularly in relation to the more recent work in ecology ecology Subject Category: Disciplines, Occupations and IndustriesCited by: "The present book is intended as a progress report on [the] synthetic approach to evolution as it applies to the plant kingdom." With this simple statement, G.
Ledyard Stebbins formulated the objectives of Variation and Evolution in Plants, published insetting forth for plants what became known as the "synthetic theory of evolution" or "the modern synthesis.".
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Read "Plant Variation and Evolution" by S. Max Walters available from Rakuten Kobo. We are in the midst of a biological revolution. Molecular tools are now providing new means of critically testing hypoth Brand: Cambridge University Press.
Introduction to Evolutionary Biology. This note covers the following topics: What is Evolution, Common Misconceptions about Evolution, Genetic Variation, Evolution within a Lineage, Mechanisms that Decrease Genetic Variation, Mechanisms that Increase Genetic Variation, The Development of Evolutionary Theory, Evolution Among Lineages, Scientific Standing of Evolution and its Critics.
“The present book is intended as a progress report on [the] synthetic approach to evolution as it applies to the plant kingdom” (Stebbins,).With this simple statement, G.
Ledyard Stebbins formulated the objectives of Variation and Evolution in Plants (Stebbins, ), published inthe last of a quartet of classics that, in the second quarter of the twentieth century, set. Buy Plant Variation & Evolution 3 by Briggs, David, Walters, Stuart Max (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : David Briggs.Other articles where Variation and Evolution in Plants is discussed: George Ledyard Stebbins, Jr.: The publication of his Variation and Evolution in Plants () established Stebbins as one of the first biologists to apply this theory to plant evolution.
Working with several species of flowering plants, Stebbins and his coworker, Ernest B. Babcock, studied polyploid plants, which are new.Plant Biosystematics is a compendium of papers from a symposium titled "Plant Biosystematics: Forty Years Later" held in Montreal in July This collection reviews the current field of biosystematics, particularly the evolution of natural biota, and how plant biosystematics can contribute to the welfare of .