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by David L. Stern
How does development influence evolution? This book explores the idea that development and evolution interact to make genetic evolution predictable. Genetic evolution appears to be somewhat predictable.
How does development influence evolution? This book explores the idea that development and evolution interact to make genetic evolution predictable. The penultimate chapter presents a new way of viewing developmentthrough pathworksthat clarifies the role of development in evolution. This predictability emerges from the structure of developmental regulatory networks and from evolutionary processes that occur in populations.
David Stern’s book, Evolution, Development, and the Predict- Throughout this rich history has been an important interplay between analysis of variation and the development of newer and more refined models of the evolutionary processes.
David Stern’s book, Evolution, Development, and the Predict-. and developmental biology. The synthesis that Stern hopes to. accomplish is as difﬁcult as it is necessary. Throughout this rich history has been an important interplay between analysis of variation and the development of newer and more refined models of the evolutionary processes that shape variation within and between populations over time.
Bottom line: Stern has interesting ideas and the book as a whole is a good introduction and overview of the factors that affect evolution on the pathway and network level, but the final product is a less satisfying "grand unified theory" than one would expect given the title of the book and the promise of the first chapters.
David Stern's Evolution, Development, & the Predictable Genome is an original, timely, and articulate contribution toward that goal. This is essential reading for anyone interested in evolutionary biology.
Подписчиков: 2 ты. себе: Biologist. Author of Evolution, Development & The Predictable Genome.
In Evolution, Development, and the Predictable Genome, David Stern sets out to draw evolutionary biology and developmental biology together by cutting through the differences that divide the disciplines and by revealing their deeper similarities
Toward Tracing the Tangled Paths of Genes During Development. The book is divided into eight chapters. In the first two introductory chapters, Stern presents the logic for marrying evolutionary studies with development
Toward Tracing the Tangled Paths of Genes During Development. Evolution, Development, & the Predictable Genome, by David L. Stern. Greenwood Village: Roberts and Company Publishers, 2011. In the first two introductory chapters, Stern presents the logic for marrying evolutionary studies with development. Chapters 3–5 deal with three important, but neglected, genetic concepts: dominance, pleiotropy, and epistasis.
Genome Growth and the Evolution of the Genotype-Phenotype Map". Evolution, development, & the predictable genome. Greenwood Village, Colorado: Roberts and Company Publishers. In Banzhaf, . Eeckman, F. H. (ed. Evolution and Biocomputation: Computational Models of Evolution.
Chicago Distribution Center. Abstracting and indexing. Advertise in QRB. Previous Article. Polydactyly in Development, Inheritance, and Evolution. Greenwood Village (Colorado): Roberts and Company Publishers. xvi + 264 . il. index. ISBN: 978-1-936221-01-1. Lange et al. 1427 East 60th Street, Chicago, IL 60637. The University of Chicago Press Books.
Then, he presents to a new way of thinking about development – backwards – to clarify how the mechanisms of development influence evolution; likewise, he argues that population history influences how.
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