Arthropod Relationships (The Systematics Association Special Volume Series): Volume 55
Leaders in the various branches of arthropod biology have contributedtothis volume. Chapters focus progressively from the general issuesto the specific problems involving particular groups, and thence to aconsideration of embryology and genetics. This wide range ofdisciplines is drawn on toapproach an understanding of arthropodrelationships, and to provide the most timely account of arthropodphylogeny.
This book should be read by evolutionary biologists, palaeontologists,developmentalgeneticists and invertebrate zoologists. It will have aspecial interest for post-graduate students working in these fields.
`... it may mark a historical transition. Forpractitioners in the field this will be an important book and shouldfind its way onto their bookshelves ...' Nature, 397 (1999) `... their splendid Arthropod Relationships ... It is amilestone that will certainly be appreciated by students as well asspecialists in the field. The book represents a clear and up-to-datereview of arthropod phylogeny and handless some general phylogeneticaspects.'TREE - Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 13:12 (1998)
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