Introduction: Speciation genetics: current status and evolving approaches
The view of species as entities subjected to natural selection and amenable to change put forth by Charles Darwin and Alfred Wallace laid the conceptual foundation for understanding speciation. Initially marred by a rudimental understanding of hereditary principles, evolutionists gained appreciation...
|Published in:||Philosophical transactions, Vol. 365, No. 1547 (2010), p. 1717-1733|
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