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Biology Catalog 2013

Biology Catalog 2013

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New books in biology from Princeton University Press.
New books in biology from Princeton University Press.

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Biology 2013-2014
 
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general interest 1textbooks 6ecology evolution behavior 8monographs in population biology 10biomechanics 11princeton primers in climate 12primers in complex systems 13eld guides 14science essentials 21o related interest 22index order orm 25
Jacket photograph: Blue-ooted Booby, Galapagos, June 2006. © Steven Vogel
 
press.princeton.edu general interest 1
Forthcoming
The Princeton Guide to Evolution
Jonathan B. Losos, editor in chie 
David A. Baum, Douglas J. Futuyma, Hopi E. Hoekstra, RichardE. Lenski, Allen J. Moore, Catherine L. Peichel, Dolph Schluter &Michael C. Whitlock, editors
The Princeton Guide to Evolution
is a comprehensive, concise, andauthoritative reerence to the majorsubjects and key concepts in evolu-tionary biology, rom genes to massextinctions. Edited by a distinguishedteam o evolutionary biologists, withcontributions rom leading research-ers, the guide contains some 100 clear,accurate, and up-to-date articles onthe most important topics in sevenmajor areas: phylogenetics and thehistory o lie; selection and adaptation; evolutionary processes; genes,genomes, and phenotypes; speciation and macroevolution; evolutiono behavior, society, and humans; and evolution and modern society.Complete with more than 100 illustrations including eight pages incolor), glossaries o key terms, suggestions or urther reading on eachtopic, and an index, this is an essential volume or undergraduate andgraduate students, scientists in related elds, and anyone else with aserious interest in evolution.
December 2013. 928 pages. 16 color illus. 4 haltones. 97 line illus. 23 tables. 1 map.Cl: 978-0-691-14977-6 $99.00 | £68.00
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Odd Couples
Extraordinary Dierencesbetween the Sexes in theAnimal Kingdom
Daphne J. Fairbairn
“I you want to nd out why adultmale elephant seals can weighmore than our times as much asan adult emale, whereas emaleblanket octopuses are truly enor-mous compared to their tiny malepartners, this ascinating book isor you. Daphne Fairbairn not onlyintroduces us to some exceptionalanimals but she also providesevolutionary explanations or whymales are much larger or muchsmaller) than emales o their spe-cies. A great topic and a great reador layperson and biologist alike.”—John Alcock, author o 
 Animal Behavior: An Evolutionary Approach
Looking at some o the most amaz-ing creatures on the planet,
Odd Couples
sheds astonishing light onwhat it means to be male or emalein the animal kingdom.
2013. 328 pages. 17 color illus. 5 haltones.12 line illus. 7 tables.Cl: 978-0-691-14196-1 $27.95 | £19.95
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Randomness in Evolution
John Tyler Bonner
“John Tyler Bonner, a distinguished develop-mental biologist, has long argued that a majordriving orce in the evolution o complexity isnatural selection or large size. Here he takes aradically dierent view to explain the diversityo orm among eukaryotic microorganisms:randomness, not selection, rules their lives. This stimulating and provocative theme isexplored with ideas rom a variety o elds.It simultaneously introduces students to thenature o a debate on the causes o diversity.”—Peter R. Grant, coauthor o 
How and Why Species Multiply: The Radiation o Darwin’s Finches
John Tyler Bonner, one o our most distinguished and insightul biolo-gists, here challenges a central tenet o evolutionary biology. In thisconcise, elegantly written book, he makes the bold and provocativeclaim that some biological diversity may be explained by somethingother than natural selection.
2013. 152 pages. 4 haltones. 10 line illus.Cl: 978-0-691-15701-6 $27.95 | £19.95

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