Evolutionary Biology Online Journal Club

#EBJclub 1.5: Levels of biological organization and the origin of novelty (or, what the heck is novelty anyway?)

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Author: Rafael Maia

Postdoctoral fellow at the University of Idaho, studying the development and evolution of iridescent colors in birds.

5 thoughts on “#EBJclub 1.5: Levels of biological organization and the origin of novelty (or, what the heck is novelty anyway?)

  1. Valuable additional readings:

    Pigliucci, M. 2008. What, if anything, is an evolutionary novelty? http://www.lehman.edu/deanhum/philosophy/platofootnote/PlatoFootnote.org/Papers_files/2008-What,%20if%20anything,%20is%20an%20evolutionary%20novelty%3F-Philosophy%20of%20Science.pdf

    Rice, SH. 2011. The place of development in mathematical evolutionary theory.
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21898787 (thanks Sinead!)

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