1. The Unity and Diversity of Life 2. Genetic Continuity and Change 3. Mutation and Genetic Variability 4. Normalizing Natural Selection 5. Balancing Selection and Chromosomal Polymorphism 6. Balancing Selection and Genetic Load 7. Directional Selection 8. Random Drift and Founder Principle 9. Populations, Races, and Subspecies 10. Reproductive Isolation 11. Patterns of Species Formation 12. Patterns of Evolution
The world's foremost geneticist surveys the major developments in what is emerging as the most important single area of scientific inquiry in the twentieth century: biological theory of evolution.
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