Evolution

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Intron Sequence and Evolution Databases
Welcome to the Intron Sequence and Evolution Databases home page. Link

Macroevolution
In evolutionary biology today macroevolution is used to refer to any evolutionary change at or above the level of species. It means the splitting of a species into two or the change of a species over time into another. Link

PaleoPublications
Specializing in used and rare books, Off-Prints, Journals, Bulletins, and Reports related to Biology, Zoology, Geology, Paleontology, Paleobiology, and relate Natural History Subjects. Link

Primal Instinct by Mitch Bronston
A series of discussions devoted to the study of how Primal Instincts contribute to abnormal human behavior. This is a new approach to forensic anthropology without psychologically confusing platforms. Book entitled Human Instincts: The New Synthesis coming out this year….M C Bronston & Nils Oijard coauthors. Link

Random Genetic Drift
Natural selection isn’t the only mechanism of evolution. One of the most important theories of evolution is genetic drift. Some have even argued that drift is more important than natural selection in evolving new species. Link

The Evolution of Color Vision
Creationists like to attack the eye as evidence of an organ that could not have come to exist by any other means than creation. The evolution of the eye (and specifically of color vision) are discussed in this article, providing a fine counter-argument to creationist arguments from incredulity. Link

The Life Sciences Site
A wide-ranging Life Sciences site, covering: Artificial Intelligence, wildlife & ethology, minds, the future, evolutionary psychology, darwinism, superstition etc. Link

The Modern Synthesis of Genetics and Evolution
Darwin developed his theory of natural selection without any knowledge of genetics. Since Darwin, genetics and evolution have been synthesized, and natural selection is no longer considered to be the only evolutionary mechanism. Link

The Natural History of Marsupials
This article is a concise presentation of the natural history of marsupials, showing their evolutionary origins and outlining their representation in the fossil record. Link

The Origin of Species
Read the book by Charles Darwin that started it all. The full text of the book is online. Link


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