3 edition of Modern concepts of ecology found in the catalog.
Modern concepts of ecology
H. D Kumar
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||H. D. Kumar|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 201 p. :|
|Number of Pages||201|
Introduction. The two instances of modern in the title of this book reflect the two major recent revolutions in biological data analyses. Biology, formerly a science with sparse, often only qualitative data has turned into a field whose production of quantitative data is on par with high energy physics or astronomy, and whose data are wildly more heterogeneous and complex. Jul 01, · Based on a long-running series of regularly published columns, this important work gathers a vast literature illustrating the development of ecological and environmental concepts, ideas, and creative thought that has led to our modern view of ecology. Roots of .
Feb 02, · Nancy Slack’s G. Evelyn Hutchinson and the Invention of Modern Ecology. A biography of Hutchinson, and so not necessarily essential. Important as Hutchinson was, I wouldn’t say that there’s any one ecologist that all ecology grad students really ought to read a book-length biography of. But your mileage may vary. The modern synthesis of evolutionary theory grew out of the reconciliation of Darwin’s, Wallace’s, and Mendel’s thoughts on evolution and heredity. Population genetics is a theoretical framework for describing evolutionary change in populations through the change in allele frequencies.
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