Introduction to Coevolutionary Theory
First EditionScott Nuismer©2017
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Get the tools you need to successfully develop and analyze coevolutionary models with the in-depth overview found in Introduction to Coevolutionary Theory. Focused on the mathematical models and key theoretical results defining our current understanding of coevolutionary results, the text delves into what drives biological diversification, structures ecological communities, and promotes major evolutionary transitions such as the evolution of sexual reproduction.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Fundamentals of Coevolution
Chapter 2: Coevolution of Major Genes
Chapter 3: Coevolution of Polygenic Traits
Chapter 4: Coevolution and Population Dynamics
Chapter 5: Coevolution in Diploid Sexual Systems
Chapter 6: Multilocus Coevolution, Epistasis, and Linkage Disequilibrium
Chapter 7: Coevolution, Recombination, and the Red Queen
Chapter 8: Coevolution, Major Genes, and Spatial Patterns of Genetic Variation
Chapter 9: Coevolution, Polygenic Traits, and Spatial Patterns of Phenotypic Variation
Chapter 10: Coevolution and Local Adaptation
Chapter 11: Multiple Species, Multiple Traits, and the Coevolution of Specialization
Chapter 12: Coevolution and the Structure of Ecological Networks
Chapter 13: Coevolution in Phylogenetically Structured Communities