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Evolutionary theory bibliography

Beardsley, T., 1986, Fossil bird shakes evolutionary hypothesis: Nature, v. 322, p. 677.

Bowler, P. J., 1984, Evolution: The History of an Idea: Berkeley, University of California Press.

Dodson, E. O., 1985, The Theory of Evolution, in Encyclopedia Britannica [1st ed.]: Chicago, Illinois, Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc., v. 18, p. 981-1011.

Ehrilch, P. R., and Holm, R. W., 1963, The process of evolution: New York, McGraw-Hill, 347 p.

Eiseley, L. C., 1958, Darwin's Century: Evolution and the Men Who Discovered It: New York, Doubleday.

Eldredge, N., and Cracraft, J., 1981, Phylogenetic Patterns and the Evolutionary Process: Method and Theory in Comparitive Biology: New York, Columbia University Press.

Gasking, E., 1967, Investigations into Generation: 1651-1828: London, Hutchinson.

Glass, B. O., and Strauss, W. L., Jr., 1959, The Forerunners of Darwin: 1745- 1859: Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press.

Gould, S. J., 1977, Eternal Metaphors of Paleontology, in Hallam, A., ed., Patterns of Evolution as Illustrated by the Fossil Record: Amsterdam, Elsevier, p. 1-26.

---, 1982, Darwinism and the expansion of evolutionary theory: Science, v. 216, p. 380-387.

---, 1987, Life's little joke: Natural History Magazine, v. 96 (April), p. 16- 25.

---, 1987, Bushes all the way down: Natural History Magazine, v. 96 (June), p. 12-19.

---, 1988, A web of tales: Natural History Magazine, v. 97 (October), p. 16-23.

Gould, S. J., Gilinsky, N. L., and German, R. Z., 1987, Asymmetry of lineages and the directions of evolutionary time: Science, v. 236, p. 1437-1441.

Gould, S. J., Raup, D. M., Sepkoski, J. J., Schopf, T. J. M., and Simberloff, D. S., 1977, The shape of evolution: A comparison of real and random clades: Paleobiology, v. 3, p. 23-40.

Haldane, J. B. S., 1949, Suggestions as to quantitative measurement of rates of evolution: Evolution, v. 3, p. 51-56.

Hallam, A., 1977, Patterns of Evolution as Illustrated by the Fossil Record, 5 of Developments in Palaeontology and Stratigraphy: Amsterdam, Elsevier.

Hanson, E. D., 1977, The Origin and Early Evolution of Animals: Middletown, Connecticut, Wesleyan University Press.

Irvine, W., 1955, Apes, Angels, and Victorians: New York, McGraw-Hill.

Jaanusson, V., 1981, Functional thresholds in evolutionary progress: Lethaia, v. 14, p. 251-260.

Jukes, T. H., and Holmquist, W. R., 1972, Evolutionary clocks; nonconstancy of rate in different species: Science, v. 177, p. 530-532.

Kellogg, V. L., 1907, Darwinism to-day: London, England, Bell & Sons.

Lack, D., 1947, Darwin's Finches: An essay on the General Biological Theory of Evolution: Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

Lamarck, J. B., 1809, Zoological Philosophy. Translated into English by H. Elliott, 1914. Macmillan & Co., New York.

Lerner, I. M., 1959, The concept of natural selection: A centennial view: Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, v. 103, p. 173-182.

Lewin, R., 1980, Evolutionary theory under fire: Science, v. 210, p. 883-887.

---, 1981, No gap here in the fossil record: Science, v. 214, p. 645-646.

Lovejoy, A. D., 1936, The Great Chain of Being: Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press.

Maynard Smith, J., 1975, The Theory of Evolution [3rd ed.]: New York, Penguin.

McKinney, H. L., 1971, Lamarck to Darwin: Contributions to Evolutionary Biology, 1809-1859: Lawrence, Kansas, Coronado Press.

---, 1972, Wallace and Natural Selection: New Haven, Connecticut, Yale University Press.

Millhauser, M., 1959, Just Before Darwin: Robert Chambers and Vestiges: Middletown, Connecticut, Wesleyan University Press.

Monastersky, R., 1986, Reining in a runaway theory: Science News, v. 130, p. 374.

Moorehead, A., 1969, Darwin and the Beagle: London, Hamish Hamilton.

Ospovat, D., 1981, The Development of Darwin's Theory: Natural History, Natural Theology, and Natural Selection, 1838-1859: Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

Ross,, HH, 1962, A Synthesis of Evolutionary Theory: Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, Prentice-Hall.

Schwartz, J. H., and Rollins, H. B., 1979, Models and methodologies in evolutionary theory, 13 of Bulletin of Carnegie Museum of Natural History: Pittsburgh, Pa.

Scriven, M., 1959, Explanation and prediction in evolutionary theory: Science, v. 130, p. 477-482.

Simpson, G. G., 1949, The Meaning of Evolution: New Haven, Conecticut, Yale University Press.

Stanley, S. M., 1975, A theory of evolution above the species level: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, v. 72, p. 646-650.

---, 1979, Macroevolution: Pattern and Process: San Francisco, W.H. Freeman.

Stebbins, G. L., and Ayala, F. J., 1981, Is a New Evolutionary Synthesis Necessary?: Science, v. 213, p. 967-971.

Sulloway, F., 1982, Darwin and his finches: the evolution of a legend: Journal of Historical Biology, v. 15, p. 1-53.

Van Valen, L., 1973, A new evolutionary law: Evolutionary Theory, v. 1, p. 1-30.

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