Physiology, developmental biology, ecology and evolutionary .
Physiology, developmental biology, ecology and evolutionary biology must not be allowed to grow too far apart, therefore, because all these disciplines and the way their subject matters interact are crucial to understanding organisms - and it is this, it seems to me, which is the fundamental goal of the biological sciences. This book has been written in the spirit of unification and synthesis. The central theme, therefore, will be the life cycle, and the book is organized around the three main phases which are characteristic of all life cycles; growth (Part II), reproduction (Part III) and ageing (Part IV). Show all. Table of contents (10 chapters).
Physiology, developmental biology, ecology and evolutionary biology must not be. . Год: 1978.
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Approach to the Physiology of Reproduction, Development and Ageing.
book by Peter P. Calow. Life Cycles : An Evolutionary Approach to the Physiology of Reproduction, Development and Ageing. As time progresses, biology becomes more and more fragmented and specialized and it becomes increasingly difficult to see how all the dis- ! parate facts fit together. It is completely proper that biologists should have sought to reduce complex biological wholes into their parts, and it is natural that studies on the products of this reduction should have diverged from more holistic studies on evolution and ecology.
With regards to the reference, here it is: Calow, P. (1978) Life Cycles: An Evolutionary Approach to the Physiology of Reproduction, Development, and Ageing. United Kingdom: distributed in the . Having said all of this, while evolution of sex is a complex phenomenon, in terms of the components, which form the mechanistic of the sexual machinery, it can be treated as a singular event in the evolutionary process. While my question was meant to be about the evolution of diploidy, it could be argued that evolution of sex (not the prokaryotic version) has also played a major.
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