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eLS

Online ISBN: 9780470015902

DOI: 10.1002/047001590X

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  1. Biochemistry
  2. Bioethics & Philosophy
  3. Cell Biology
  4. Developmental Biology
  5. Ecology
  6. Evolution & Diversity of Life
    1. Adaptive Evolution
    2. Classification
    3. Coevolution
    4. Diversification of Plants and Animals
    5. Diversity of Life
    6. Evolution of Novelty
    7. Evolution of Species
    8. Evolution Rates
    9. Evolution: Theories and Ideas
    10. Evolutionary Genomics
    11. Evolutionary Processes
    12. Extinction and Radiation
    13. Fossils and Evolution
      1. Advances in Flowering Plant Evolution
      2. Agnatha (Lampreys, Hagfishes, Ostracoderms)
      3. Alismatales (Water Plantains)
      4. Amphibia
      5. Amphioxus as a Model for Mechanisms in Vertebrate Development
      6. Angiosperms
      7. Annelida (Segmented Worms)
      8. Anura (Frogs)
      9. Apes
      10. The Archaeogenetics of European Ancestry
      11. Arecales (Palms)
      12. Arthropoda (Arthropods)
      13. Artiodactyla (Even-Toed Ungulates Including Sheep and Camels)
      14. Asterales (Sunflower)
      15. Aves (Birds)
      16. Brachiopoda
      17. Brassicaceae (Mustard Family)
      18. Brassicales (Mustard)
      19. Brown Algae
      20. Bryophytes (Liverworts)
      21. Bryozoa (Ectoprocta: ‘Moss’ Animals)
      22. Burgess Shale
      23. Carnivora (Carnivores)
      24. Caudata (Salamanders)
      25. Cephalochordata (Lancelets)
      26. Cetacea (Whales, Porpoises and Dolphins)
      27. Chelicerata (Arachnids, Including Spiders, Mites and Scorpions)
      28. Chiroptera (Bats)
      29. Chondrichthyes (Sharks, Rays and Chimaeras)
      30. Chordata (Chordates)
      31. Chordate and Vertebrate Body Plans
      32. Chrysophyceae and Synurophyceae
      33. Cnidaria (Coelenterates)
      34. Conifers
      35. Cornales (Dogwood)
      36. Crocodylia (Including Crocodiles and Alligators)
      37. Crustacea (Crustaceans)
      38. Ctenophora (Sea Walnuts and Comb Jellies)
      39. Cycliophora
      40. Dermoptera (Flying Lemurs)
      41. Diatoms
      42. Dinoflagellates
      43. Dinosaur Behaviour
      44. Dinosaur Feeding
      45. Dinosaur Growth: Egg to Adult
      46. Dinosaur Locomotion
      47. Dinosaur Physiology: Were Dinosaurs Warm-Blooded?
      48. Dinosauria (Dinosaurs)
      49. Dinosaurs and The Origin of Birds
      50. Dipsacales (Honeysuckle)
      51. Diversity of Life
      52. Earth: Changes Through Time
      53. Echinodermata
      54. Echiura (Unsegmented Protostome Worms)
      55. Embryophyta (Land Plants)
      56. Entoprocta
      57. Ericales (Rhododendron)
      58. Eudicots
      59. Eutheria (Placental Mammals)
      60. Evolution of Avian Flight
      61. Evolution of Ecosystems: Terrestrial
      62. Evolution of Hominin Social Systems
      63. Exceptional Preservation
      64. Extinction: End-Permian Mass Extinction
      65. Fagales (Oak)
      66. Fossil Record
      67. Fossil Record: Quality
      68. Fossils and Fossilisation
      69. Fossils in Phylogenetic Reconstruction
      70. Gastrotricha
      71. Geographical Origin of the Domestic Dog
      72. Geological Time: Dating Techniques
      73. Gnetales
      74. Gymnophiona (Caecilians)
      75. Gymnosperms
      76. History of Palaeontology
      77. Homo erectus
      78. Homo habilis
      79. Homo neanderthalensis
      80. Human Evolution: Early Radiations
      81. Human Evolution: Overview
      82. Human Evolution: Radiations in the Last 300 000 Years
      83. Humans: Archaic and Modern
      84. Hyracoidea (Hyraxes)
      85. Insectivora (Insectivores)
      86. International Time Scale
      87. Kinorhyncha
      88. Lagomorpha (Rabbits, Hares and Pikas)
      89. Loricifera
      90. Macroscelidea
      91. Malpighiales
      92. Mammalia
      93. Marsupialia (Marsupials)
      94. Mesozoa (Dicyemids)
      95. Mesozoic Birds
      96. Mesozoic Mammals
      97. Messel
      98. Modern Human Origins: The ‘Out of Africa’ Debate
      99. Molecular Clocks: Determining the Age of the Human–Chimpanzee Divergence
      100. Molecular Palaeontology
      101. Mollusca (Molluscs)
      102. Monocotyledons
      103. Monotremata
      104. Musci (Mosses)
      105. Myriapoda (Including Centipedes and Millipedes)
      106. Nematoda (Roundworms)
      107. Nematomorpha (Horsehair Worms)
      108. Nemertea (Ribbon Worms)
      109. Neogene Time Scale
      110. Neognathae (Typical Birds)
      111. New World Monkeys
      112. Nymphaeales
      113. Old World Monkeys
      114. Onychophora (Velvet Worms)
      115. Osteichthyes (Bony Fishes)
      116. An Overview of the Species and Ecological Diversity of Ants
      117. Oxalidales
      118. Palaeoclimatology
      119. Palaeoecology
      120. Palaeoenvironments
      121. Palaeognathae
      122. Palaeoecology: Methods
      123. Parmales
      124. Pentastomida
      125. Perissodactyla (Odd-Toed Ungulates Including Horses, Rhinoceroses and Tapirs)
      126. Phoronida
      127. Phylogenetics of Baleen Whales
      128. Phylogeny and Stratigraphy Comparison
      129. Piperales
      130. Placodermi (Armoured Fishes)
      131. Placozoa
      132. Platyhelminthes (Flatworms)
      133. Poales (Grasses)
      134. Pogonophora (Beard Worms)
      135. Post-Permian Radiation
      136. Priapulida
      137. Primates (Lemurs, Lorises, Tarsiers, Monkeys and Apes)
      138. Proboscidea (Elephants)
      139. Pterosauria (Pterosaurs)
      140. Quaternary Life on Land
      141. Reptilia (Reptiles)
      142. Rhynie Chert
      143. Rodentia (Rodents)
      144. Rotifera
      145. Sauria (Lizards)
      146. Scandentia (Tree Shrews)
      147. Serpentes (Snakes)
      148. Sipuncula (Unsegmented Marine Worms)
      149. Sirenia (Dugongs and Manatees)
      150. Solnhofen
      151. Speciation and the Fossil Record
      152. Synapsida (‘Mammal-like Reptiles’)
      153. Tardigrada
      154. Terrestrial Ecosystems in the Past 100 Million Years
      155. Terrestrialisation (Precambrian–Devonian)
      156. Testudines (Tortoises, Turtles and Terrapins)
      157. Tiering in the Sea – Reefs and Burrows (Late Palaeozoic)
      158. Tiering on Land – Trees and Forests (Late Palaeozoic)
      159. Transitions between Major Classes: Vertebrates
      160. Trilobita (Trilobites)
      161. Tubulidentata (Aardvarks)
      162. Urochordata (Tunicates)
      163. Vertebrata (Vertebrates)
      164. Xenarthra and Pholidota (Armadillos, Anteaters, Sloths and Pangolins)
      165. Zingiberales (Gingers and Bananas)
    14. Geology: Earth Changes Over Time
    15. Human Evolution
    16. Macroevolution
    17. Molecular Evolution
    18. Origin of Life
    19. Population Structure and Genetics
    20. Protein Evolution
    21. Reconstruction of Phylogeny
    22. Selection and Variation
    23. Variation by Mutation and Recombination
  7. Genetics & Disease
  8. Immunology
  9. Microbiology
  10. Molecular Biology
  11. Neuroscience
  12. Plant Science
  13. Science & Society
  14. Structural Biology
  15. Virology

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