Browsing by Subject "Evolution"

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  • Gliboff, Sander (2014)
    In their pathbreaking discussions of the human family tree in the 1860s and 1870s, Ernst Haeckel and Charles Darwin had to account for both the ascent of the species and its diversification into races. But what were the ...
  • Polly, P. David; Goswami, Anjali (P. David Polly and Anjali Goswami, 2010-10-30)
    Morphological integration is correlation of parts, the integration of morphological traits or features that must function, grow, or be passed to offspring on as working units. Individual integrated units are modules, a ...
  • Gliboff, Sander (2012)
    Ernst Haeckel’s monistic worldview and his interpretation of Darwin’s theory of evolution worked together to help him rule out any role for divine providence or any non-material mind, spirit, will, or purpose in the ...
  • McGlothlin, Joel W. ([Bloomington, Ind.] : Indiana University, 2010-06-01)
    Natural selection favors traits that fit not only the external environment, but also the internal environment of the organism. As a consequence, traits often show a pattern of correlation, or phenotypic integration. In ...
  • Gliboff, Sander (2002)
    In scientific controversy, as in sports, there are winners and losers, but sometimes also spoilers—unheralded outsiders, who defy convention and change the terms, the style, and the outcome of the competition, even if they ...

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