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Published by Plenum Press in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Rodents -- Evolution -- Congresses.,
  • Mammals -- Evolution -- Congresses.

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Edition Notes

Statementedited by W. Patrick Luckett and Jean-Louis Hartenberger.
SeriesNATO ASI series., v. 92
ContributionsLuckett, W. Patrick, Hartenberger, Jean-Louis., North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Scientific Affairs Division., Centre national de la recherche scientifique (France)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL737.R6 N25 1984
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 721 p. :
Number of Pages721
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3028970M
ISBN 100306420619
LC Control Number85009480

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Buy Evolutionary Relationships among Rodents () (): A Multidisciplinary Analysis: NHBS - W Patrick Luckett, Jean-Louis Hartenberger, Springer Nature About Help Blog Jobs Established NHBS GmbH CovidPrice Range: £ - £ Paradoxically, our understanding of the possible evolutionary relationships among different rodent families, as well as the possible affinities of rodents with other eutherian mammals, has not kept pace with this information "explosion. Evolutionary Relationships Among Rodents: A Multidisciplinary Analysis by W. Patrick Luckett; Jean-Louis Hartenberger Evolutionary Relationships Among Rodents | The order Rodentia is the most abundant and successful group of mammals, and it has been a focal point of attention for compar- ative and evolutionary biologists for many years. Evolutionary relationships among rodents: a multidisciplinary analysis. [W Patrick Luckett; Jean-Louis Hartenberger; North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Scientific Affairs Division.;.

Evolutionary Relationships among Rodents: A Multidisciplinary Analysis. By Luckett, W. P. and Hartenberger J-L. (editors) SKU# $ Pp. xiii, ; some text-figures. Publisher’s original white cloth (hardbound), lettered in black on the spine . This book brings together the latest research on rodents to better understand the evolution of both living and extinct members of this fascinating group. Highlighting interdisciplinary links across palaeontology, developmental biology, functional morphology, phylogenetics and biomechanics, it is a valuable resource for evolutionary biologists /5(2). Abstract. The Paris Symposium on Rodent Evolution brought together a variety of biologists (paleontologists, comparative anatomists, embryologists, molecular biologists, and geneticists) who shared a common interest in the assessment of phylogenetic relationships among rodents and Cited by: Using the data on complete sequences of cytochrome b gene, phylogenetic relationships were studied among the Stenocephalemys s. lat. (Stenocephalemys ssp. + Praomys albipes) murine rodents.

Chapter 22 will detail more recent information concerning the relationship of development to evolution. Footnotes Moreover, as first noted by Weismann (), larvae must have their own adaptations to help them survive. Evolutionary Relationships among Rodents. Skickas inom vardagar. Fri frakt inom Sverige f r privatpersoner. The order Rodentia is the most abundant and successful group of mammals, and it has been a focal point of attention for compar- ative and evolutionary biologists for many years. It determines evolutionary relationships among organisms, and it indicates the time in the past when species started to diverge from one another. Once the clock for a particular gene or protein has been calibrated by reference to some event whose time is known, the actual chronological time when all other events occurred can be determined by.   Evolutionary Relationships among Rodents. Edited by Patrick Luckett and Jean-Lewis Hartenberger. NY: Plenum Press. pp. 1- Huchon, Dorothée, et al.