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A unifying concept for astrobiology
(Cambridge University Press (CUP), 2003)
Evolution, broadly construed, has become a powerful unifying concept in much of science – not only in the biological evolution of plants and animals, but also in the physical evolution of stars and planets, and the cultural ...
Intercontinental Community Convergence of Ecology and Morphology in Desert Lizards
(The Royal Society of London, 2006)
Evolutionary ecologists have long debated the extent to which communities in similar environments but different geographic regions exhibit convergence. On the one hand, if species' adaptations and community structure are ...
Sexual Dimorphism and Adaptive Radiation in Anolis Lizards
(Nature Publishing Group, 2007)
Sexual dimorphism is widespread and substantial throughout the animal world. It is surprising, then, that such a pervasive source of biological diversity has not been integrated into studies of adaptive radiation, despite ...