acingep.pt/logs/92/tem-como-rastrear.html Why, then, does selection between entities at the lower level not disrupt selection at the higher level? In answering this question, the authors offer an explanation for the evolution of cooperation at all levels of complexity. Written in a clear style, and illustrated with manyoriginal diagrams, this book can be read with enjoyment by anyone with an undergraduate training in the biological sciences.
It will be ideal for advanced discussion groups on evolution. Although the content ranges widely from molecular biology to linguistics and from intragenomic conflict to insectsocieties, no detailed knowledge of any of these topics is required.
The Major Transitions in Evolution is a book written by John Maynard Smith and Eörs Szathmáry (Oxford University Press, ). At the time of its publication. This very interesting book is worth reading for 2 reasons. First, the authors' list of major transitions in evolution concisely identified a series of particularly.
Mathematical models are clearly explained, and equations and formulae are kept to a minimum. From the common features of these transitions, the last of which was the evolution of human society and language, they argue that two human inventions rank as major transitions too.
Writing, invented five thousand years ago, brought about large scale human societies. Computer technology is driving the current transition and the changes that it is bringing are every bit as transformative as the previous ones. Their work raises a number of questions. Click to have a closer look.
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