The Hierarchical Basis of Comparative BiologyEdited by
- Brian Hall
Graduate students and faculty in any field of comparative biology, including molecular systematics, comparative anatomy/ethology, and evolutionary and developmental biology.
Paperback, 504 Pages
Published: December 2000
Imprint: Academic Press
ology is the central concept for all biology. This fine book brings together a selection of outstanding comparative biologists, all of whom have struggled to formulate a philosophical foundation for homology that has sufficient generality that it can serve all of biology."
--David B. Blake in SCIENCE, 1995
"...a fine edited collection of papers about the concept of homology..."
--Kenneth M. Weiss in EVOLUTIONARY ANTHROPOLOGY, 1995