Preface ix 1 Introduction and Conceptual Framework 1 2 Selection 26 3 Adaptation 54 4 Adaptive Divergence 81 5 Gene Flow 109 6 Ecological Speciation 133 7 Population Dynamics 163 8 Community Structure 194 9 Ecosystem Function 224 10 Genetics and Genomics 253 11 Plasticity 276 12 What We Do and Don't Know 304 References 319 Index 387
Andrew P. Hendry is professor in the Department of Biology and the Redpath Museum at McGill University. He is the coeditor of Microevolution: Rate, Pattern, Process and Evolution Illuminated: Salmon and Their Relatives.
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