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genetics of colonizing species

International Union of Biological Sciences Symposia on General Biology (1st : 1964 : Asilomar, Calif.).

genetics of colonizing species

proceedings. Edited by H.G. Baker [and] G. Ledyard Stebbins.

by International Union of Biological Sciences Symposia on General Biology (1st : 1964 : Asilomar, Calif.).

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Published by Academic Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Animal introduction -- Congresses,
  • Plant introduction -- Congresses,
  • Animal populations -- Congresses,
  • Plant populations -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsBaker, Herbert G.,, Stebbins, G. Ledyard 1906-, International Union of Biological Sciences
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH371 I55 1964
    The Physical Object
    Pagination588p.
    Number of Pages588
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14780834M

    colonizing species, the Argentine ant (Linepithema humile). Specif-ically, we examine the evolutionary changes that have taken place as a result of this species being introduced into new environments and synthesize recent research on Argentine ants from the perspective of population genetics, recognition systems, and the mechanisms that. Key Concepts. The hereditary material is DNA.. DNA is a double helix composed of two intertwined nucleotide chains oriented in opposite directions.. In the copying of DNA, the chains separate and serve as molds for making two identical daughter DNA molecules.. The functional units of DNA are genes.. A gene is a segment of DNA that can be copied to make RNA.. The Author: Anthony Jf Griffiths, Jeffrey H Miller, David T Suzuki, Richard C Lewontin, William M Gelbart.

    The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. territories” (Waddington ). The proceedings were published in a The Genetics of Colonizing Species (Baker and Stebbins ) now regarded as a classic. As would be expected given the organizing group, the book represented a distinctly international initiative, consisting of 27 authors representing 11 countries.

    The genetics of colonizing species. New York: Academic. E-mail Citation» Although not styled as a book on invasive species, this volume helped form the basis for understanding the role of evolution in biological invasions, particularly those by plants. Drake, J. A., H. A. Mooney, F. Di Castri, eds. Biological invasions: A global. Invasion Genetics: the Baker & Stebbins legacy provides a state-of-the-art treatment of the evolutionary biology of invasive species, whilst also revisiting the historical legacy of one of the most important books in evolutionary biology: The Genetics of Colonizing Price: $


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Genetics of colonizing species by International Union of Biological Sciences Symposia on General Biology (1st : 1964 : Asilomar, Calif.). Download PDF EPUB FB2

The challenge from related species; The nature of colonizations in birds; Genetic systems associated with colonizing ability in predominantly self-pollinated species; Selection for colonizing ability; The analysis and interpretation of population differences; Colonization and genetic drift; Recent colonization by herbaceous plants in Canada; Characteristics and modes of origin of.

ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages illustrations 24 cm: Contents: Introduction to the symposium / C.H. Waddington --The challenge from related species / Edward O. Wilson --The nature of colonizations in birds / Ernst Mayr --Genetic systems associated with colonizing ability in predominantly self-pollinated species /.

The Genetics of Colonizing Species: Proceedings of genetics of colonizing species book First International Union of Biological Sciences Symposia on General Biology Textbook Binding – June, by Herbert G.

Baker (Editor), G. Ledyard Stebbins (Editor) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 2 formats and 5/5(1). Genetics of Colonizing Species by Herbert G. Baker,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Baker and Stebbins's book The Genetics of Colonizing Species aimed to draw together scientists from a variety of disciplines to provide a conceptual framework for the.

Invasion Genetics: the Baker & Stebbins legacy provides a state-of-the-art treatment of the evolutionary biology of invasive species, whilst also revisiting the historical legacy of one of the most important books in evolutionary biology: The Genetics of Colonizing Species, published in and edited by Herbert Baker and G.

Ledyard Stebbins. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Book Publishing WeChat (or Email:[email protected]) Article citations.

More>> Baker, H.G. () Characteristics and Modes of Origin of Weeds. In: Genetics of Colonizing Species, Academic Press, New York, has been cited by the following article.

This book describes the genetic mechanisms that govern the development and evolution of animals and plants. In particular, the book focuses on animal and plant species evolving in isolated habitats and species colonizing new territories.

This approach--studying "founder" populations--enables geneticists to more readily identify some of the evolutionary pressures. It was a book, The Genetics of Colonizing Species (TGCS) published in and edited by H.

Baker and G. Stebbins. This page book comprises 25 research papers and discussions from the first symposium sponsored by the International Union of Author: Patricia Werner. The Limnanthes taxa show genetic variation patterns to be quite predictable from the geographical range of various “metapopulation units” and breeding systems; the wide-ranging species (L.

alba, L. douglasii) are more variable and heterozygous than the inbreeding and narrowly distributed species (L. floccosa, L. bakeri).Cited by: 7. Professor Parsons uses the colonizing species as a case study in the dynamics of microevolution at work in living systems.

The colonizing species, a lie, and potentially disruptive force in a 'naïve' habitat, is studied primarily as an ecological phenotype and more generally as an ecological behavioural by: Abstract.

Since its presumed origin on the Pacific coast of Asia, Haliplanella luciae (Verrill) has become distributed throughout the northern hemisphere. The dispersal of the species has been effected through attachment to oysters shipped commercially (Verrill, ), transportation on ship bottoms (Stephenson, ), and attachment to floating seaweed (Williams, a).Cited by: Baker and Stebbins’s book The Genetics of Colonizing Species aimed to draw together scientists from a variety of disciplines to provide a conceptual framework for the study of species introductions.

A goal of their volume was to examine how studies on biological invasions could be used to provide insight into basic research questions as well as to develop practical strategies Cited by: species (Allen and Lee ), and in the classic volume Genetics of Colonizing Species, Wodzicki (, p.

) noted that it “offers an excellent opportunity to study the results of a large scale introduction of exotic species and their adaptation to a new environment.” The Amer-ican Society of Naturalists symposium in New Zealand.

In The Evolutionary Biology of Colonizing Species, Professor Parsons examines the research of over 20 years to show that the fields of ecology, genetics, and behaviour should be integrated and that, Read more. Since its publication inThe Genetics of Colonizing Species helped to motivate research which would provide a theoretical and empirical foundation for invasion genetics.

However, the term invasion genetics only first appeared in the literature inand the first published definition appeared in The success of introduced species is quite variable, consequently. Book reviews Parsons, A.: The Evolutionary Biology of Colonizing Species. Cambridge, London, New York, New Rochelle, Melbourne, Sydney: Cambridge University Press x + pp., several figs.

and tabs. Hard bound $ In "The Evolutionary Biology of Colonizing Species", Peter Parsons tries to take up where Baker and Stebbins left off in their book on the. EPIGENETICS OF COLONIZING SPECIES. A STUDY OF JAPANESE KNOTWEED IN CENTRAL EUROPE. Yuan‐Ye Zhang. Institute of Plant Sciences, University of Bern, Altenbergr CH‐ Bern, Switzerland.

Search for more papers by this author Cited by: 1. Invasion Genetics: the Baker Stebbins legacy provides a state-of-the-art treatment of the evolutionary biology of invasive species, whilst also revisiting the historical legacy of one of the most important books in evolutionary biology: The Genetics of Colonizing Species, published in and edited by Herbert Baker and G.

Ledyard Stebbins. This volume covers a range of. Other articles where Genetics and the Origin of Species is discussed: Theodosius Dobzhansky: His book Genetics and the Origin of Species () was the first substantial synthesis of the subjects and established evolutionary genetics as an independent discipline.

Until the s, the commonly held view was that natural selection produced something close to the best of all .Genetics and the origin of bird species Dobzhansky’s book is a logical starting point for in the colonizing population (10). Stages 2 and 3 were repeated several times, giving rise to several species over a period of time estimated to be less than 3 million years (11).

The ecologicalCited by: The first publication that most significantly influenced my ecological thought was not a single paper. It was a book, The Genetics of Colonizing Species (TGCS) published in and edited by H. G. Baker and G. L. Stebbins. This ‐page book comprises 25 research papers and discussions from the first symposium sponsored by the International Union of Biological Author: Patricia Werner.