How to evolve

From Crossing the Sacred Sea [Cruzando el mar sagrado] by Nathan A. Strait

  1. () The evolution of knowledge: rethinking science for the Anthropocene [i]
  2. () Rethinking natural kinds, reference and truth: towards more correspondence with reality, not less [d]
  3. () Origins: how earth's history shaped human history [i]
  4. () Animal expertise: mechanisms, ecology and evolution [d]
  5. () How matter becomes conscious: a naturalistic theory of the mind [i] [d]
  6. () The evolution of the sensitive soul: learning and the origins of consciousness [i] [d]
  7. Ute Harms & Michael J. Reiss [ed] () Evolution education re-considered: understanding what works [i] [d]
  8. () A world beyond physics: the emergence and evolution of life [i]
  9. () A user's guide to metaphors in ecology and evolution [p] [d]
  10. Oliver C. Schultheiss & Pranjal H. Mehta [ed] () Routledge international handbook of social neuroendocrinology [i] [d]
  11. () Genes, brain function, and behavior: what genes do, how they malfunction, and ways to repair damage [i] [d]
  12. () Zen and deep evolution: the optical delusion of separation [d]
  13. () High-magnitude innovators as keystone individuals in the evolution of culture [p] [d]
  14. Dörte Becher [ed] () Microbial proteomics: methods and protocols [i] [d]
  15. Marta Bertolaso, Silvia Caianiello, & Emanuele Serrelli [ed] () Biological robustness: emerging perspectives from within the life sciences [i] [d]
  16. () Canids of the world: wolves, wild dogs, foxes, jackals, coyotes, and relatives [i] [j]
  17. () The enduring enigma of reason [d]
  18. () Beyond evolutionary psychology: how and why neuropsychological modules arise [i] [d]
  19. () Identity inference of genomic data using long-range familial searches [p] [d]
  20. () Cultural evolution: people's motivations are changing, and reshaping the world [i] [d]
  21. () Integrative studies of cultural evolution: crossing disciplinary boundaries to produce new insights [p] [d]
  22. () Harnessing the power of viruses [i]
  23. Daniel J. Nicholson & John Dupré [ed] () Everything flows: towards a processual philosophy of biology [i] [d] [u]
  24. () Who we are and how we got here: ancient DNA revolution and the new science of the human past [i]
  25. () At home, even in the sky: trillions upon trillions of viruses fall from the sky each day [u]
  26. () Viruses as complex adaptive systems [i] [j]
  27. () Evolution of human cognition: temporal dynamics at biological and historical time scales [i] [d]
  28. () Why reason?: Hugo Mercier's and Dan Sperber's The enigma of reason: a new theory of human understanding [d]
  29. () Culture and the extended phenotype: cognition and material culture in deep time [i] [d]
  30. () Cultural transmission in an ever-changing world: trial-and-error copying may be more robust than precise imitation [p] [d]
  31. () Birds of central America: Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama [i]
  32. () Physical foundations of biological complexity [p] [d]
  33. () She has her mother's laugh: the powers, perversions, and potential of heredity [i]
  34. () Geographic mosaics and changing rates of cereal domestication [p] [d]
  35. () Planet of microbes: the perils and potential of earth's essential life forms [i] [d]
  36. () Next-generation global biomonitoring: large-scale, automated reconstruction of ecological networks [p] [d]
  37. () Operant behavior in model systems [i] [d]
  38. () Tradition's hidden economy [d]
  39. () Adaptive multiscapes: an up-to-date metaphor to visualize molecular adaptation [p] [d]
  40. () Principles of thermal ecology: temperature, energy and life [i] [d]
  41. () Darwin's backyard: how small experiments led to a big theory [i]
  42. () Operationalizing network theory for ecosystem service assessments [d]
  43. () Cognitive innovations and the evolutionary biology of expertise [p] [d]
  44. () Why do protective factors protect?: an evolutionary developmental perspective [d]
  45. () Fear creates an Allee effect: experimental evidence from seasonal populations [p] [d]
  46. () The topology of evolutionary novelty and innovation in macroevolution [p] [d]
  47. () The creative spark: how imagination made humans exceptional [i]
  48. () Enactivist interventions: rethinking the mind [i] [d]
  49. Justin Garson, Anya Plutynski, & Sahotra Sarkar [ed] () The Routledge handbook of philosophy of biodiversity [i] [d]
  50. () Individuality and entanglement: the moral and material bases of social life [i] [d]
  51. () Human influences on evolution, and the ecological and societal consequences [p] [d]
  52. () Evolved vulnerability to addiction: the problem of opiates [i] [d]
  53. () Darwin's unfinished symphony: how culture made the human mind [i] [d] [j]
  54. () Letting go of 'natural kind': toward a multidimensional framework of nonarbitrary classification [d]
  55. () Root-brains: the frontiers of cognition in the light of John Dewey's philosophy of nature [d]
  56. () Pursuing Darwin's curious parallel: prospects for a science of cultural evolution [p] [d]
  57. () Understanding and monitoring the consequences of human impacts on intraspecific variation [p] [d]
  58. () The heritability fallacy [d]
  59. () Behavioral epigenetics [d]
  60. Salikoko S. Mufwene, François Pellegrino, & Christophe Coupé [ed] () Complexity in language: developmental and evolutionary perspectives [i] [d]
  61. Pierre Pontarotti [ed] () Evolutionary biology: self/nonself evolution, species and complex traits evolution, methods and concepts [i] [d]
  62. () Discerning devotion: testing the signaling theory of religion [d]
  63. () The Princeton field guide to prehistoric mammals [i] [d] [j]
  64. () Formal reasoning about systems biology using theorem proving [p] [d]
  65. () Reciprocity outperforms conformity to promote cooperation [p] [d]
  66. () Behave: the biology of humans at our best and worst [i]
  67. Todd K. Shackelford & Virgil Zeigler-Hill [ed] () The evolution of psychopathology [i] [d]
  68. () Developmental aspects of memory processes [i] [d]
  69. () Human behaviour as a long-term ecological driver of non-human evolution [d]
  70. () Immunity: the evolution of an idea [i] [d]
  71. Sara Imari Walker, Paul C. W. Davies, & George F. R. Ellis [ed] () From matter to life: information and causality [i] [d]
  72. () Mother nature kicks back: review of Sean B. Carroll's 2016 The Serengeti rules [d]
  73. () The nature of religious diversity: a cultural ecosystem approach [d]
  74. () Personality-dependent differences in problem-solving performance in a social context reflect foraging strategies [p] [d]
  75. () Associative mechanisms allow for social learning and cultural transmission of string pulling in an insect [p] [d]
  76. () What a fish knows: the inner lives of our underwater cousins [i]
  77. () Revolution, reconciliation, integration: is there a way to bring social and biological anthropology together? [d]
  78. () Spatiotemporal microbial evolution on antibiotic landscapes [p] [d]
  79. () A unified model of depression: integrating clinical, cognitive, biological, and evolutionary perspectives [d]
  80. Julia C. Boughner & Campbell Rolian [ed] () Developmental approaches to human evolution [i] [d]
  81. () Bovids of the world: antelopes, gazelles, cattle, goats, sheep, and relatives [i] [d] [j]
  82. () Creating language: integrating evolution, acquisition, and processing [i] [d] [j]
  83. () Evolution: a visual record [i]
  84. () Coevolution of life on hosts: integrating ecology and history [i] [d]
  85. () Evolution made to order: plant breeding and technological innovation in twentieth-century America [i] [d]
  86. () Being human in cities: phenotypic bias from urban niche construction [d]
  87. () Human evolution: our brains and behavior [i]
  88. () The ancient origins of consciousness: how the brain created experience [i] [j]
  89. () Seeds: a natural history [i] [d]
  90. () Rethinking individuality: the dialectics of the holobiont [d]
  91. () Other minds: the octopus, the sea, and the deep origins of consciousness [i]
  92. () Innovativeness as an emergent property: a new alignment of comparative and experimental research on animal innovation [p] [d]
  93. () The secret of our success: how culture is driving human evolution, domesticating our species, and making us smarter [i] [d]
  94. () The human advantage: a new understanding of how our brain became remarkable [i] [d]
  95. () One mechanism, many models: a distributed theory of mechanistic explanation [d]
  96. () Identification of animals and plants is an essential skill set [u]
  97. () Yes! There are resilient generalizations (or 'laws') in ecology [p] [d]
  98. () The intelligent behavior of plants [d]
  99. () Individual-based tracking systems in ornithology: welcome to the era of big data [d]
  100. () Heuristic approaches to models and modeling in systems biology [d]
  101. () Comparing brains by matching connectivity profiles [p] [d]
  102. () Visualizing evolution as it happens [p] [d]
  103. () Innovation in the collective brain [p] [d]
  104. () Why we reason: intention-alignment and the genesis of human rationality [d]
  105. () A novel method to verify multilevel computational models of biological systems using multiscale spatio-temporal meta model checking [p] [d]
  106. () All the world's primates [i] [u]
  107. () The reluctant innovator: orangutans and the phylogeny of creativity [p] [d]
  108. () Decision-making: are plants more rational than animals? [p] [d]
  109. () Sport: a biological, philosophical, and cultural perspective [i] [d] [j]
  110. () Gods, wasps, and stranglers: the secret history and redemptive future of fig trees [i]
  111. () Adaptable individuals and innovative lineages [p] [d]
  112. Wenda Trevathan & Karen R. Rosenberg [ed] () Costly and cute: helpless infants and human evolution [i]
  113. () In praise of error [p] [d]
  114. () Sociality: the behaviour of group-living animals [i] [d]
  115. () Evolutionary connectionism: algorithmic principles underlying the evolution of biological organisation in evo-devo, evo-eco and evolutionary transitions [d]
  116. Michael R. Willig & Lawrence R. Walker [ed] () Long-term ecological research: changing the nature of scientists [i]
  117. () I contain multitudes: the microbes within us and a grander view of life [i]
  118. () On the wing: insects, pterosaurs, birds, bats and the evolution of animal flight [i]
  119. () Gaining control: how human behavior evolved [i] [d]
  120. () From mechanisms to mathematical models and back to mechanisms: quantitative mechanistic explanations [i] [d]
  121. () Generalizing mechanistic explanations using graph-theoretic representations [i] [d]
  122. () Focus on the success of others leads to selfish behavior [p] [d]
  123. () The bare bones: an unconventional evolutionary history of the skeleton [i]
  124. Pierre-Alain Braillard & Christophe Malaterre [ed] () Explanation in biology: an enquiry into the diversity of explanatory patterns in the life sciences [i] [d]
  125. () Imitate or innovate?: children's innovation is influenced by the efficacy of observed behaviour [p] [d]
  126. () How plants work: the science behind the amazing things plants do [i]
  127. () Biological invasions, climate change and genomics [p] [d]
  128. Bruce Clarke [ed] () Earth, life, and system: evolution and ecology on a Gaian planet [i] [d] [j]
  129. () The heritability and development of positive affect and emotionality [i] [d]
  130. () A field guide to the natural communities of Michigan [i] [j]
  131. () Intelligence emerging: adaptivity and search in evolving neural systems [i] [j]
  132. () Ecology in an anthropogenic biosphere [d]
  133. () Accelerating the digitization of biodiversity research specimens through online public participation [d]
  134. () Levels of organization: a deflationary account [d]
  135. () Are there levels out there? [conclusion: no] [u]
  136. () Integrative anthropology and the human niche: toward a contemporary approach to human evolution [d]
  137. () Doing the math: calculating the role of evolution and enculturation in the origins of geometrical and mathematical reasoning [d]
  138. () Eco-evo-devo: developmental symbiosis and developmental plasticity as evolutionary agents [p] [d]
  139. () Evolution and well-being [i] [d]
  140. Alexandre Guay & Thomas Pradeu [ed] () Individuals across the sciences [i]
  141. () Humankind: how biology and geography shape human diversity [i]
  142. () Modern psychotherapy as a multidimensional multilevel evolutionary process [d]
  143. () Seven shortfalls that beset large-scale knowledge of biodiversity [d]
  144. () Restoring species through reintroductions: strategies for source population selection [d]
  145. () An evolutionary analysis of learned attention [p] [d]
  146. () Plant sensing & communication [i] [d]
  147. () Evolution of adaptive immunity from transposable elements combined with innate immune systems [p] [d]
  148. () A general consumer–resource population model [p] [d]
  149. () The extended evolutionary synthesis: its structure, assumptions and predictions [p] [d]
  150. () Epigenetic mechanisms in neurological and neurodegenerative diseases [p] [d]
  151. () Chemical reactivity drives spatiotemporal organisation of bacterial metabolism [d]
  152. () Combining system dynamics and agent-based modeling to analyze social-ecological interactions—an example from modeling restoration of a shallow lake [d]
  153. () The developing genome: an introduction to behavioral epigenetics [i]
  154. () Is there an explanation for... the diversity of explanations in biological studies? [i] [d]
  155. Steve Parker [ed] () Evolution: the whole story [i]
  156. () The repurposed social brain [p] [d]
  157. () Advances in restoration ecology: rising to the challenges of the coming decades [d]
  158. () The genetic and epigenetic essentials of modern humans [i] [d]
  159. Michael Pluess [ed] () Genetics of psychological well-being: the role of heritability and genetics in positive psychology [i] [d]
  160. () Interdependence: biology and beyond [i] [d] [j]
  161. () Epigenetics and well-being: optimal adaptation to the environment [i] [d]
  162. Mark F. Watson, Christopher H. C. Lyal, & Colin Pendry [ed] () Descriptive taxonomy: the foundation of biodiversity research [i] [d]
  163. () The invention of nature: Alexander von Humboldt's new world [i]
  164. () Steps towards an evolutionary account of argumentative competence [d] [u]
  165. () Heuristics, descriptions, and the scope of mechanistic explanation [i] [d]
  166. () Deweyan education and democratic ecologies [d]
  167. () Aristotle's ladder, Darwin's tree: the evolution of visual metaphors for biological order [i] [d] [j]
  168. () Finding generality in ecology: a model for globally distributed experiments [d]
  169. () Evolution of responses to (un)fairness [p] [d]
  170. () Validation and variability: dual challenges on the path from systems biology to systems medicine [d]
  171. () Visual ecology [i] [d] [j]
  172. () Personalism and the natural roots of morality [i] [d]
  173. () Weeds of North America [i]
  174. () Temporal decomposition: a strategy for building mathematical models of complex metabolic systems [d]
  175. () The role of behaviour in the recurrence of biological processes [d]
  176. () A field guide to whole-genome sequencing, assembly and annotation [p] [d]
  177. () Scientific kinds [d]
  178. () Species, historicity, and path dependency [d] [j]
  179. () The spatial and temporal dynamics of species interactions in mixed-species forests: from pattern to process [d]
  180. () Horizontal genome transfer as an asexual path to the formation of new species [d]
  181. () Experience teaches plants to learn faster and forget slower in environments where it matters [d]
  182. Mhairi A. Gibson & David W. Lawson [ed] () Applied evolutionary anthropology: Darwinian approaches to contemporary world issues [i] [d]
  183. Elizabeth Hallam & Tim Ingold [ed] () Making and growing: anthropological studies of organisms and artefacts [i]
  184. () Using genomics to characterize evolutionary potential for conservation of wild populations [p] [d]
  185. () Macrosystems ecology: understanding ecological patterns and processes at continental scales [d]
  186. () The homing instinct: meaning & mystery in animal migration [i]
  187. Marie I. Kaiser, Oliver R. Scholz, Daniel Plenge, & Andreas Hüttemann [ed] () Explanation in the special sciences: the case of biology and history [i] [d]
  188. () Contextualising the teaching and learning of ecology: historical and philosophical considerations [i] [d]
  189. () Contextualizing the global relevance of local land change observations [d]
  190. () Motor system evolution and the emergence of high cognitive functions [d]
  191. Peter C. M. Molenaar, Richard M. Lerner, & Karl M. Newell [ed] () Handbook of developmental systems theory and methodology [i]
  192. () Sociality influences cultural complexity [p] [d]
  193. () Singing in space and time: the biology of birdsong [i] [d]
  194. () Trees of eastern North America [i] [d] [j]
  195. () Poverty, disease, and the ecology of complex systems [p] [d]
  196. () Do institutions for collective action evolve? [d]
  197. () Cooperation and selfishness both occur during molecular evolution [p] [d]
  198. () Harnessing the power of big data: infusing the scientific method with machine learning to transform ecology [d]
  199. () Taking the pulse of a continent: expanding site-based research infrastructure for regional- to continental-scale ecology [d]
  200. () Satellite remote sensing for applied ecologists: opportunities and challenges [d]
  201. () Mother Nature is trying to kill you: a lively tour through the dark side of the natural world [i]
  202. () Brain structure and its origins: in development and in evolution of behavior and the mind [i]
  203. () Life-history theory explains childhood moral development [p] [d]
  204. () Cross-scale interactions: quantifying multi-scaled cause–effect relationships in macrosystems [d]
  205. () Trees of western North America [i] [d] [j]
  206. () Environmental heterogeneity as a universal driver of species richness across taxa, biomes and spatial scales [d]
  207. () A talent for friendship: rediscovery of a remarkable trait [i]
  208. () Land management trumps the effects of climate change and elevated CO2 on grassland functioning [d]
  209. () A natural history of human thinking [i]
  210. () Plant behaviour and intelligence [i] [d]
  211. () Flight ways: life and loss at the edge of extinction [i] [d] [j]
  212. () What is life? And what might be said of the role of behaviour in its evolution? [d]
  213. Frans B. M. de Waal, Patricia Smith Churchland, Telmo Pievani, & Stefano Parmigiani [ed] () Evolved morality: the biology and philosophy of human conscience [i] [d]
  214. () Next generation restoration genetics: applications and opportunities [p] [d]
  215. () Human ultrasociality and the invisible hand: foundational developments in evolutionary science alter a foundational concept in economics [d]
  216. () Evolving the future: toward a science of intentional change [and comments and reply] [p] [d]
  217. () Pragmatic turn in biology: from biological molecules to genetic content operators [p] [d]
  218. Guenther Witzany [ed] () Biocommunication of animals [i] [d]
  219. () Network-based diffusion analysis reveals cultural transmission of lobtail feeding in humpback whales [d]
  220. () The energetics of organic synthesis inside and outside the cell [p] [d]
  221. () Neural reuse in the evolution and development of the brain: evidence for developmental homology? [d]
  222. () Litter manipulation and the soil arthropod community in a lowland tropical rainforest [d]
  223. () Biological diversity mapping comes of age [d]
  224. () Can a trait-based multi-taxa approach improve our assessment of forest management impact on biodiversity? [d]
  225. () The epigenetic landscape in the course of time: Conrad Hal Waddington's methodological impact on the life sciences [d]
  226. () Towards a processual microbial ontology [d]
  227. () Psychological construction: the Darwinian approach to the science of emotion [d]
  228. () Understanding biological mechanisms: using illustrations from circadian rhythm research [i] [d]
  229. () Consequences of seed dispersal for plant recruitment in tropical forests: interactions within the seedscape [d]
  230. () Why did eukaryotes evolve only once?: genetic and energetic aspects of conflict and conflict mediation [p] [d]
  231. () 'Variation and selective retention' as an evolutionary epistemology: were Donald Campbell's life histories sufficient? [d]
  232. () Reality as the leading cause of stress: rethinking the impact of chronic stress in nature [d]
  233. () The compositional and evolutionary logic of metabolism [d]
  234. () Variation in emotion and cognition among fishes [d]
  235. () The evolution of distributed association networks in the human brain [d]
  236. () Assessing traditional knowledge on forest uses to understand forest ecosystem dynamics [d]
  237. Kathryn B. H. Clancy, Katie Hinde, & Julienne N. Rutherford [ed] () Building babies: primate development in proximate and ultimate perspective [i]
  238. () Intersections between development and evolution in the classification of emotions [d]
  239. () The shifted baseline: prehistoric defaunation in the tropics and its consequences for biodiversity conservation [d]
  240. () Quantifying temporal change in biodiversity: challenges and opportunities [p] [d]
  241. () No levels, no problems: downward causation in neuroscience [d] [j]
  242. () The ornaments of life: coevolution and conservation in the tropics [i] [d]
  243. () Cultural evolution as distributed computation [i] [d]
  244. () Ecological and evolutionary consequences of living in a defaunated world [d]
  245. (/2016) Plant functional diversity: organism traits, community structure, and ecosystem properties [i] [d]
  246. () Shaping humanity: how science, art, and imagination help us understand our origins [i] [j]
  247. () Evolution is a model, why not teach it that way? [i] [d]
  248. () Enhanced analysis of landscape structure: inclusion of transition zones and small-scale landscape elements [d]
  249. Tim Ingold & Gísli Pálsson [ed] () Biosocial becomings: integrating social and biological anthropology [i] [d]
  250. () The evolution of error: error management, cognitive constraints, and adaptive decision-making biases [d]
  251. () Teaching about adaptation: why evolutionary history matters [d]
  252. Kostas Kampourakis [ed] () The philosophy of biology: a companion for educators [i] [d]
  253. () More on how and why: cause and effect in biology revisited [d]
  254. () Energy, genes and evolution: introduction to an evolutionary synthesis [p] [d]
  255. () The concept of homology as a basis for evaluating developmental mechanisms: exploring selective attention across the life-span [d]
  256. () The story of the human body: evolution, health, and disease [i]
  257. () Interdisciplinary lessons for the teaching of biology from the practice of evo-devo [d]
  258. () Teaching evolutionary developmental biology: concepts, problems, and controversy [i] [d]
  259. () Can you sequence ecology?: metagenomics of adaptive diversification [p] [d]
  260. () The tree of life: metaphor, model, and heuristic device [d]
  261. () What contemporary viruses tell us about evolution: a personal view [d]
  262. () Importing the homology concept from biology into developmental psychology [d]
  263. () Behavioral genetics, genetics, and epigenetics [i] [d]
  264. () Testing the museum versus cradle tropical biological diversity hypothesis: phylogeny, diversification, and ancestral biogeographic range evolution of the ants [d]
  265. () Response diversity determines the resilience of ecosystems to environmental change [d]
  266. () Trees, thickets, or something in between?: recent theoretical and empirical work in cultural phylogeny [d]
  267. () Seed harvesting by a generalist consumer is context-dependent: Interactive effects across multiple spatial scales [d]
  268. Gillian Barker, Eric Desjardins, & Trevor Pearce [ed] () Entangled life: organism and environment in the biological and social sciences [i] [d]
  269. () How many trees are there in the Amazon? [u]
  270. () Tree thinking, time and topology: comments on the interpretation of tree diagrams in evolutionary/phylogenetic systematics [d]
  271. () Introduction to biological networks [i]
  272. () Classifying life, reconstructing history and teaching diversity: philosophical issues in the teaching of biological systematics and biodiversity [d]
  273. John L. R. Rubenstein & Pasko Rakic [ed] () Comprehensive developmental neuroscience [o]
  274. () The inevitable journey to being [p] [d]
  275. () Introduction to evolutionary genomics [i] [d]
  276. Ronald L. Sandler & John Basl [ed] () Designer biology: the ethics of intensively engineering biological and ecological systems [i]
  277. () Species importance in a heterospecific foraging association network [d]
  278. Kim Sterelny, Richard Joyce, Brett Calcott, & Ben Fraser [ed] () Cooperation and its evolution [i] [d] [j]
  279. () Assess ecosystem resilience: linking response and effect traits to environmental variability [d]
  280. () Microhabitat associations of terrestrial insectivorous birds in Amazonian rainforest and second-growth forests [d]
  281. Liz Stillwaggon Swan [ed] () Origins of mind [i] [d]
  282. () Rethinking quasispecies theory: from fittest type to cooperative consortia [p] [d]
  283. () A systems view on revenge and forgiveness systems [d]
  284. () Essentialism in biology [i] [d]
  285. (/2016) Evolution: making sense of life [i]
  286. () From reactive to endogenously active dynamical conceptions of the brain [i] [d]
  287. () Ecological restoration and environmental change: renewing damaged ecosystems [i]
  288. () Mechanistic constraints on evolutionary outcomes [d] [j]
  289. () Not by luck alone: the importance of chance-seeking and silent knowledge in abductive cognition [i] [d]
  290. () Understanding endogenously active mechanisms: a scientific and philosophical challenge [d]
  291. (/2016) Evolution [i]
  292. () Genetic erosion impedes adaptive responses to stressful environments [d]
  293. () What attitudes are moral attitudes?: the case of attitude heritability [d]
  294. Martin H. Brinkworth & Friedel Weinert [ed] () Evolution 2.0: implications of Darwinism in philosophy and the social and natural sciences [i] [d]
  295. () Spatially explicit models of dynamic histories: examination of the genetic consequences of Pleistocene glaciation and recent climate change on the American Pika [d]
  296. () Speciation by symbiosis [d]
  297. () Spreading order: religion, cooperative niche construction, and risky coordination problems [d]
  298. () Scientific perspectivism: a philosopher of science's response to the challenge of big data biology [d]
  299. () Realism in systematics through biogeographical consilience [d]
  300. () The epigenetics revolution: how modern biology is rewriting our understanding of genetics, disease, and inheritance [i] [j]
  301. () What a plant knows: a field guide to the senses [i]
  302. () Spatial variation in bird community composition in relation to topographic gradient and forest heterogeneity in a central Amazonian rainforest [d]
  303. () Participation in evolution and sustainability [d] [j]
  304. () Personality and problem-solving performance explain competitive ability in the wild [p] [d]
  305. Michael H. Crawford & Benjamin C. Campbell [ed] () Causes and consequences of human migration: an evolutionary perspective [i] [d]
  306. () An evolutionary ecology of individual differences [d]
  307. () A cure for seeing double?: convergence and unification in biogeography and ecology [u]
  308. () Putting together phylogenetic and ontogenetic perspectives on empathy [d]
  309. () Darwinian agriculture: how understanding evolution can improve agriculture [i] [d] [j]
  310. () Regulation of the stress response by the gut microbiota: implications for psychoneuroendocrinology [d]
  311. () Life's order, complexity, organization, and its thermodynamic–holistic imperatives [d]
  312. () Roots of ecology: antiquity to Haeckel [i] [d] [j]
  313. () Homology thinking [d]
  314. () The joint account of mechanistic explanation [d] [j]
  315. () Waddington redux: models and explanation in stem cell and systems biology [d]
  316. () Microbial interactions: from networks to models [d]
  317. () Robustness in biological and social systems [i] [d]
  318. () Network theory and the formation of groups without evolutionary forces [d]
  319. () Hormones in the wild: monitoring the endocrinology of family relationships [d]
  320. () Hormonal mechanisms for regulation of aggression in human coalitions [d]
  321. () Noise pollution alters ecological services: enhanced pollination and disrupted seed dispersal [p] [d]
  322. () Coordinated distributed experiments: an emerging tool for testing global hypotheses in ecology and environmental science [d]
  323. () A symbiotic view of life: we have never been individuals [p] [d]
  324. Peter Hammerstein & Jeffrey R. Stevens [ed] () Evolution and the mechanisms of decision making [i] [d]
  325. () Human biogeography [i] [d] [j]
  326. () The story of Earth: the first 4.5 billion years, from stardust to living planet [i]
  327. () Life everlasting: the animal way of death [i]
  328. () Use of Landsat and SRTM data to detect broad-scale biodiversity patterns in northwestern Amazonia [d]
  329. () Life's ratchet: how molecular machines extract order from chaos [i]
  330. () Signals and boundaries: building blocks for complex adaptive systems [i] [d]
  331. () The molecular and mathematical basis of Waddington's epigenetic landscape: a framework for post-Darwinian biology? [d]
  332. () Evolution of adaptive phenotypic traits without positive Darwinian selection [d]
  333. () Structure, function and diversity of the healthy human microbiome [d]
  334. () The inheritance of process: a dynamical systems approach [d]
  335. () Epigenetic and neurodevelopmental perspectives on variation in parenting behavior [d]
  336. () Integrating biodiversity distribution knowledge: toward a global map of life [d]
  337. () The optics of life: a biologist's guide to light in nature [i] [d] [j]
  338. () Evolution of microbes and viruses: a paradigm shift in evolutionary biology? [d]
  339. () From movement to thought: executive function, embodied cognition, and the cerebellum [d]
  340. () Long-distance gene flow and adaptation of forest trees to rapid climate change [d]
  341. () Unraveling the thread of nature's tapestry: the genetics of diversity and convergence in animal pigmentation [d]
  342. () Why evolution needs development, and medicine needs evolution [d]
  343. () Modeling microbial community structure and functional diversity across time and space [d]
  344. () Functional traits and their plasticity predict tropical trees regeneration niche even among species with intermediate light requirements [d]
  345. Olga F. Lazareva, Toru Shimizu, & Edward A. Wasserman [ed] () How animals see the world: comparative behavior, biology, and evolution of vision [i] [d]
  346. () Is ecology a holistic science, after all? [i]
  347. Daniel H. Lende & Greg Downey [ed] () The encultured brain: an introduction to neuroanthropology [i] [d]
  348. () Historical human footprint on modern tree species composition in the Purus-Madeira interfluve, Central Amazonia [d]
  349. () A world in one cubic foot: portraits in biodiversity [i]
  350. () Plant intentionality and the phenomenological framework of plant intelligence [p] [d]
  351. () Seed dispersal in changing landscapes [d]
  352. () Stress and anxiety: structural plasticity and epigenetic regulation as a consequence of stress [d]
  353. () Ecoinformatics: supporting ecology as a data-intensive science [d]
  354. () The nature of nurture and the future of evodevo: toward a theory of developmental evolution [d]
  355. () Evolution in a toxic world: how life responds to chemical threats [i] [d]
  356. () A new framework for assessing the effects of anthropogenic sound on marine mammals in a rapidly changing Arctic [d]
  357. Darcia Narváez, Jaak Panksepp, Allan N. Schore, & Tracy R. Gleason [ed] () Evolution, early experience and human development: from research to practice and policy [i]
  358. Ali Navid [ed] () Microbial systems biology: methods and protocols [i] [d]
  359. () The evolutionary origins of mood and its disorders [p] [d]
  360. () A theory of biological relativity: no privileged level of causation [p] [d]
  361. () Ecological inheritance and cultural inheritance: what are they and how do they differ? [d]
  362. () The developmental renaissance in adaptationism [d]
  363. () Feathering the scene: the effects of ecological restoration on birds and the role birds play in evaluating restoration outcomes [d]
  364. () LiDAR measurements of canopy structure predict spatial distribution of a tropical mature forest primate [d]
  365. () Evolutionary informatics: unifying knowledge about the diversity of life [d]
  366. () The neurobiology of the prefrontal cortex: anatomy, evolution, and the origin of insight [i]
  367. Howard H. Pattee & Joanna Rączaszek-Leonardi [ed] () Laws, language and life: Howard Pattee's classic papers on the physics of symbols with contemporary commentary [i] [d]
  368. Bruce D. Patterson & Leonora Pires Costa [ed] () Bones, clones, and biomes: the history and geography of recent neotropical mammals [i] [d]
  369. () The pace of cultural evolution [d]
  370. Steward T. Pickett, Mary L. Cadenasso, & Brian McGrath [ed] () Resilience in ecology and urban design: linking theory and practice for sustainable cities [i] [d]
  371. () Trees of life: a visual history of evolution [i]
  372. Kathryn S. Plaisance & Thomas A. C. Reydon [ed] () Philosophy of behavioral biology [i] [d]
  373. () The role of parenting in the emergence of human emotion: new approaches to the old nature–nurture debate [d]
  374. () The limitations of hierarchical organization [d] [j]
  375. () Evolutionary constructivism and humanistic psychology [d]
  376. () The philosophy of human evolution [i] [d]
  377. () Bacterial community structure of contrasting soils underlying Bornean rain forests: inferences from microarray and next-generation sequencing methods [d]
  378. () Observation and ecology: broadening the scope of science to understand a complex world [i] [d]
  379. () The ethics of species [i] [d]
  380. Jay Schulkin [ed] () Action, perception and the brain: adaptation and cephalic expression [i] [d]
  381. () Native grasses collected from invasions demonstrate invasion resistance [d]
  382. () Multi-scale computational modeling of developmental biology [d]
  383. () Effects of spatial scale and choice of statistical model (linear versus tree-based) on determining species–habitat relationships [d]
  384. () Human gut microbiota: dysbiosis and manipulation [d]
  385. () Hot spots of wetland vegetation reduction in relation to human accessibility: differentiating human impacts on natural ecosystems at multiple scales [d]
  386. Richard M. Sibly, James H. Brown, & Astrid Kodric-Brown [ed] () Metabolic ecology: a scaling approach [i]
  387. () Linking behavioural syndromes and cognition: a behavioural ecology perspective [p] [d]
  388. () The nature of nutrition: a unifying framework from animal adaptation to human obesity [i] [d] [j]
  389. () Hyperspectral time series analysis of native and invasive species in Hawaiian rainforests [d]
  390. () Unpredictable animals: individual differences in intraindividual variability (IIV) [d]
  391. () The evolved apprentice: how evolution made humans unique [i] [d]
  392. () Making predictive ecology more relevant to policy makers and practitioners [p] [d]
  393. () Plant and animal endemism in the eastern Andean slope: challenges to conservation [d]
  394. Peter M. Todd & Gerd Gigerenzer [ed] () Ecological rationality: intelligence in the world [i]
  395. Piper M. Treuting, Suzanne M. Dintzis, & Kathleen S. Montine [ed] (/2018) Comparative anatomy and histology: a mouse, rat and human atlas [i] [d]
  396. () The biology of disturbed habitats [i]
  397. Guenther Witzany [ed] () Viruses: essential agents of life [i] [d]
  398. () Animal personalities: consequences for ecology and evolution [d]
  399. () Biological pathways to adaptability—interactions between genome, epigenome, nervous system and environment for adaptive behavior [d]
  400. () Human gut microbiome viewed across age and geography [d]
  401. () What the robin knows: how birds reveal the secrets of the natural world [i]
  402. () Mining photo-sharing websites to study ecological phenomena [i] [d]
  403. () The dual nature of life: interplay of the individual and the genome [i] [d]
  404. () Two decades of describing the unseen majority of aquatic microbial diversity [d]
  405. () Forest restoration, biodiversity and ecosystem functioning [d]
  406. Eugene N. Anderson, Deborah M. Pearsall, Eugene S. Hunn, Nancy J. Turner, & Richard I. Ford [ed] () Ethnobiology [i]
  407. () A regional perspective on the diversity and conservation of tropical Andean fishes [p] [d]
  408. () Using species co-occurrence networks to assess the impacts of climate change [d]
  409. () Canopy phylogenetic, chemical and spectral assembly in a lowland Amazonian forest [d]
  410. () Spectroscopy of canopy chemicals in humid tropical forests [d]
  411. () Beyond the brain: how body and environment shape animal and human minds [i] [j]
  412. () When what had to happen was not bound to happen: history, chance, narrative, evolution [d]
  413. () Mechanism and biological explanation [d] [j]
  414. () Morphology and behaviour: functional links in development and evolution [d]
  415. () The reinvention of grand theories of the scientific/scholarly process [d]
  416. () Plasticity and complexity in biology: topological organization, regulatory protein networks, and mechanisms of genetic expression [i] [d]
  417. () Metaorganisms as the new frontier [d]
  418. () A cooperative species: human reciprocity and its evolution [i] [d] [j]
  419. () Megavariate genetics: what you find is what you go looking for [d]
  420. () The cultural niche: why social learning is essential for human adaptation [p] [d]
  421. () Evo-devo and accounting for Darwin's endless forms [d]
  422. () Towards a scientific concept of free will as a biological trait: spontaneous actions and decision-making in invertebrates [p] [d]
  423. () Beyond carbon and nitrogen: how the microbial energy economy couples elemental cycles in diverse ecosystems [d]
  424. () Moving pictures of the human microbiome [d]
  425. () Conciliation biology: the eco-evolutionary management of permanently invaded biotic systems [d]
  426. () Old and new challenges in using species diversity for assessing biodiversity [d]
  427. () Complexity: against systems [d]
  428. () Culture–gene coevolution, norm-psychology and the emergence of human prosociality [d]
  429. Richard Paul Cincotta, Larry J. Gorenflo, & Alfred J. Lotka [ed] () Human population: its influences on biological diversity [i] [d]
  430. () Prediction and explanation in historical natural science [d]
  431. () A philosopher's view of theory: a response to Gorelick [d]
  432. () Trees of Panama and Costa Rica [i] [d] [j]
  433. () Path dependence and new paths in regional evolution: in search of the role of culture [d]
  434. () Feedbacks between geomorphology and biota controlling Earth surface processes and landforms: a review of foundation concepts and current understandings [d]
  435. () The microbiome-gut-brain axis: from bowel to behavior [d]
  436. () Legacy effects: the persistent impact of ecological interactions [d]
  437. () Disgust as an adaptive system for disease avoidance behaviour [d]
  438. () Multi-scale modelling and simulation in systems biology [d]
  439. () Phylogenetic diversity as a window into the evolutionary and biogeographic histories of present-day richness gradients for mammals [d]
  440. Dominick A. DellaSala [ed] () Temperate and boreal rainforests of the world: ecology and conservation [i] [d]
  441. () Historicity and experimental evolution [d]
  442. () Reflections on path dependence and irreversibility: lessons from evolutionary biology [d] [j]
  443. () Comparisons of Mayan forest management, restoration, and conservation [d]
  444. () Physical constraints on the evolution of cooperation [d]
  445. () Common origins and host-dependent diversity of plant and animal viromes [d]
  446. () The wild life of our bodies: predators, parasites, and partners that shape our evolution [i]
  447. () Integrated information increases with fitness in the evolution of animats [d]
  448. () Plant species distribution and spatial habitat heterogeneity in the landscape of urbanizing desert ecosystems in Egypt [d]
  449. () Mystery of mysteries: Darwin and the species problem [d]
  450. () Urban biodiversity: patterns and mechanisms [d]
  451. () Equivalent water thickness in savanna ecosystems: MODIS estimates based on ground and EO-1 Hyperion data [d]
  452. () The evolution of the diversity of cultures [d]
  453. () Tallgrass prairie restoration in the midwestern and eastern United States: a hands-on guide [i] [d]
  454. () Evolution of lactase persistence: an example of human niche construction [d]
  455. () Expanding the temporal dimensions of developmental biology: the role of environmental agents in establishing adult-onset phenotypes [d]
  456. () The disentangled bank: how loss of habitat fragments and disassembles ecological networks [d]
  457. () Geography as ecology [i] [d]
  458. () Decision making in the economy of nature: value as information [i] [d]
  459. () Disease ecology meets ecological immunology: understanding the links between organismal immunity and infection dynamics in natural populations [d]
  460. () Future human intervention in ecosystems and the critical role for evolutionary biology [p] [d]
  461. () Evolutionary principles and their practical application [d]
  462. () The evolution and psychology of self-deception [and comments and reply] [p] [d]
  463. () Theorising life transitions: geographical perspectives [d]
  464. () Systems biology of stem cells: three useful perspectives to help overcome the paradigm of linear pathways [d]
  465. () Seeing trees: discover the extraordinary secrets of everyday trees [i]
  466. (/2019) Carnivores of the world [i]
  467. () The evolution of overconfidence [d]
  468. () Human nutrition, the gut microbiome, and immune system: envisioning the future [d]
  469. () Cultural niche construction and human learning environments: investigating sociocultural perspectives [d]
  470. () What kinds of things are psychiatric disorders? [d]
  471. () Ecosystems biology of microbial metabolism [d]
  472. () Tropical ecology [i]
  473. () From the scala naturae to the symbiogenetic and dynamic tree of life [d]
  474. () Timescales of human adaptation: the role of epigenetic processes [d]
  475. () Taxonomic counts of cognition in the wild [d]
  476. () Behavioral epigenetics [d]
  477. () The evolution of the human head [i]
  478. () The influence of social niche on cultural niche construction: modelling changes in belief about marriage form in Taiwan [d]
  479. () Microorganisms and their roles in fundamental biogeochemical cycles [d]
  480. Anne E. Magurran & Brian J. McGill [ed] () Biological diversity: frontiers in measurement and assessment [i]
  481. () Small scale additions of native plants fail to increase beneficial insect richness in urban gardens [d]
  482. () Toward an integration of evolutionary biology and ecosystem science [d]
  483. () Deciphering the rhizosphere microbiome for disease-suppressive bacteria [d]
  484. () Why do humans reason?: arguments for an argumentative theory [and comments and reply] [p] [d]
  485. () The role of developmental plasticity in evolutionary innovation [p] [d]
  486. () The informational nature of biological causality [i] [d]
  487. (/2015) How traditions live and die [i]
  488. () Understanding the nature of wealth and its effects on human fitness [d]
  489. () Ontic openness: an absolute necessity for all developmental processes [d]
  490. () Epigenetics: embedded bodies and the molecularisation of biography and milieu [d]
  491. () Differential and integral views of genetics in computational systems biology [d]
  492. () Effects of litter removal on arthropod communities in pine plantations [d]
  493. () How stands the tree of life a century and a half after The origin? [and comments and reply] [d]
  494. () Microbial eukaryotes in the human microbiome: ecology, evolution, and future directions [d]
  495. () Ecosystems emerging. 5: Constraints [d]
  496. () Wild immunology [d]
  497. () Volume and geographical distribution of ecological research in the Andes and the Amazon, 1995–2008 [u]
  498. () Nutritional immunology: a multi-dimensional approach [d]
  499. () A mixed self: the role of symbiosis in development [d]
  500. () Epigenetic mechanisms in experience-driven memory formation and behavior [d]
  501. () Evolutionary analogies: is the process of scientific change analogous to the organic change? [i]
  502. () Evolution of cooperation mediated by limiting resources: connecting resource based models and evolutionary game theory [d]
  503. David M. Richardson [ed] () Fifty years of invasion ecology: the legacy of Charles Elton [i]
  504. () Biogeography and ecology: towards the integration of two disciplines [d]
  505. () Complex evolutionary dynamics in urban-regional and ecologic-economic systems: from catastrophe to chaos and beyond [i] [d]
  506. () Foraging and farming as niche construction: stable and unstable adaptations [d]
  507. () The mystery of metamorphosis: a scientific detective story [i]
  508. () Social learning and evolution: the cultural intelligence hypothesis [p] [d]
  509. Astrid E. Schwarz & Kurt Jax [ed] () Ecology revisited: reflecting on concepts, advancing science [i] [d]
  510. () Problem solving in the life cycles of multicellular organisms: immunology and cancer [i] [d]
  511. () Property and wealth inequality as cultural niche construction [d]
  512. () Endless forms: human behavioural diversity and evolved universals [d]
  513. () General patterns of niche construction and the management of 'wild' plant and animal resources by small-scale pre-industrial societies [d]
  514. () Networks of the brain [i] [d]
  515. () Epigenetic mechanisms in memory and synaptic function [d]
  516. Robert W. Sussman & C. Robert Cloninger [ed] () Origins of altruism and cooperation [i] [d]
  517. () Conceptualizing the heterogeneity, embeddedness, and ongoing restructuring that make ecological complexity 'unruly' [i] [d]
  518. George Terzis & Robert Arp [ed] () Information and living systems: philosophical and scientific perspectives [i] [d]
  519. () Mapping evolutionary process: a multi-taxa approach to conservation prioritization [d]
  520. () The origins of cancer robustness and evolvability [d]
  521. () Ecodynamics: towards an evolutionary thermodynamics of ecosystems [d]
  522. () Microbiology is the basis of sustainable agriculture: an opinion [d]
  523. () On the trails of markers and proxies: the socio-cognitive technologies of human movement, knowledge assemblage, and their relevance to the etiology of nasopharyngeal carcinoma [p]
  524. () Paleontology: a philosophical introduction [i] [d]
  525. () Gould's replay revisited [d]
  526. () The origins of animal domestication and husbandry: a major change in the history of humanity and the biosphere [d]
  527. () Theoretical considerations on the combined use of system dynamics and individual-based modeling in ecology [d]
  528. () The physics of foraging: an introduction to random searches and biological encounters [i] [d]
  529. () A universal molecular clock of protein folds and its power in tracing the early history of aerobic metabolism and planet oxygenation [d]
  530. () Society–nature coevolution: interdisciplinary concept for sustainability [d]
  531. () Sixteen common misconceptions about the evolution of cooperation in humans [d]
  532. () Practical field ecology: a project guide [i]
  533. () Culture evolves [d]
  534. () The niche, biogeography and species interactions [d]
  535. () Investigating the role of food processing in human evolution: a niche construction approach [d]
  536. () The nature of dynamical explanation [d] [j]
  537. (/2015) A planet of viruses [i] [d]
  538. () Combating resistance: the case for a global antibiotics treaty [d]
  539. () The Amazonian formative: crop domestication and anthropogenic soils [d]
  540. () HerbariaViz: a web-based client-server interface for mapping and exploring flora observation data [d]
  541. Francisco José Ayala & Robert Arp [ed] () Contemporary debates in philosophy of biology [i]
  542. () Second nature: the inner lives of animals [i]
  543. () Recent surprising similarities between plant cells and neurons [p] [d]
  544. () Parasitism and the evolutionary ecology of animal personality [d]
  545. () Human genome diversity: frequently asked questions [d]
  546. () On the vices of nominalization and the virtues of contextualizing [i]
  547. (/2016) The origins of fairness: how evolution explains our moral nature [i]
  548. () What can whole genome expression data tell us about the ecology and evolution of personality? [d]
  549. () Darwinian sociocultural evolution: solutions to dilemmas in cultural and social theory [i] [d]
  550. () Beyond the forest edge: ecology, diversity and conservation of the grassy biomes [d]
  551. () Population decline assessment, historical baselines, and conservation [d]
  552. () Ornithophilia: thoughts on geography in birding [d]
  553. () Beyond reduction and pluralism: toward an epistemology of explanatory integration in biology [d] [j]
  554. () The interplay of cognition and cooperation [d]
  555. () The insular cortex: a comparative perspective [d]
  556. Gustavo Caetano-Anollés [ed] () Evolutionary genomics and systems biology [i]
  557. () The evolution and future of earth's nitrogen cycle [d]
  558. () Origin and domestication of native Amazonian crops [d]
  559. () Cooperation beyond the dyad: on simple models and a complex society [d]
  560. () Coping styles and behavioural flexibility: towards underlying mechanisms [d]
  561. () Seeds of Amazonian plants [i] [d]
  562. () Personality-dependent dispersal: characterization, ontogeny and consequences for spatially structured populations [d]
  563. () Evolutionary aesthetics: rethinking the role of function in art and design [d]
  564. () Origins and evolution of antibiotic resistance [p] [d]
  565. () The mammalian circadian timing system: organization and coordination of central and peripheral clocks [d]
  566. () Too smart for our own good: the ecological predicament of humankind [i] [d]
  567. () Metagenomics and the units of biological organization [d]
  568. () Emerging sciences and new conceptions of disease; or, beyond the monogenomic differentiated cell lineage [d]
  569. () Social eavesdropping and the evolution of conditional cooperation and cheating strategies [d]
  570. () Systems biology of embryogenesis [d]
  571. () Darwin's solution to the species problem [d] [j]
  572. () Microbiology and the species problem [d]
  573. () What's wrong with the new biological essentialism [d] [j]
  574. () Engaging multiple epistemologies: implications for science education [i]
  575. () Land-use and climate change effects on population size and extinction risk of Andean plants [d]
  576. () Defining life: the virus viewpoint [d]
  577. () Why bacteria matter in animal development and evolution [d]
  578. () Birds as suppliers of seed dispersal in temperate ecosystems: conservation guidelines from real-world landscapes [d]
  579. () Endogenous patterns of mechanical stress are required for branching morphogenesis [d]
  580. () Compassion: an evolutionary analysis and empirical review [d]
  581. () Human adaptations to diet, subsistence, and ecoregion are due to subtle shifts in allele frequency [p] [d]
  582. Alexander G. Haslberger & Sabine Gressler [ed] () Epigenetics and human health: linking hereditary, environmental, and nutritional aspects [i]
  583. () Mineral evolution: mineralogy in the fourth dimension [d]
  584. () Distinguishing technology from biology: a critical review of the use of GPS telemetry data in ecology [d]
  585. Kathryn Hennessy [ed] () Natural history: the ultimate visual guide to everything on Earth [i]
  586. () Markets, religion, community size, and the evolution of fairness and punishment [d]
  587. () Terrestrial reserve networks do not adequately represent aquatic ecosystems [d]
  588. () Trends in entropy production during ecosystem development in the Amazon Basin [d]
  589. G. Evelyn Hutchinson, David K. Skelly, David M. Post, Melinda D. Smith, & Thomas E. Lovejoy [ed] () The art of ecology: writings of G. Evelyn Hutchinson [i]
  590. () Life in a shell: a physiologist's view of a turtle [i] [d]
  591. () On the psychology of cooperation in humans and other primates: combining the natural history and experimental evidence of prosociality [d]
  592. () Habitability: from stars to cells [d]
  593. () Punishment and spite, the dark side of cooperation [d]
  594. () Where good ideas come from: the natural history of innovation [i]
  595. () Coevolutionary ecological economics [d]
  596. () Darwin and development: why ontogeny does not recapitualte phylogeny for human concepts [i] [d]
  597. () Maximum entropy production in environmental and ecological systems [d]
  598. () The evolution of childhood: relationships, emotion, mind [i]
  599. () Personality in the context of social networks [d]
  600. () Educating students on the importance of spatial and temporal bias in museum collections: an example using Sonora semiannulata from Texas [o]
  601. () Niche construction, co-evolution and biodiversity [d]
  602. () The energetics of genome complexity [d]
  603. () The American Bird Conservancy guide to bird conservation [i] [d]
  604. () How life history and demography promote or inhibit the evolution of helping behaviours [d]
  605. () Phylogeography takes a relaxed random walk in continuous space and time [d]
  606. () Reuse in the brain and elsewhere [d]
  607. () Assessing the response of watersheds to catastrophic (logging) and possible secular (global temperature change) perturbations using sediment-chemical chronologies [d]
  608. () Idealization in evolutionary developmental investigation: a tension between phenotypic plasticity and normal stages [d]
  609. () Risk, resources and state-dependent adaptive behavioural syndromes [d]
  610. () Why was Darwin's view of species rejected by twentieth century biologists? [d]
  611. () The evolution of social and moral behavior: evolutionary insights for public policy [d]
  612. () Generous leaders and selfish underdogs: pro-sociality in despotic macaques [d]
  613. () The plant as a biomechatronic system [p] [d]
  614. () Symmetries of the central vestibular system: forming movements for gravity and a three-dimensional world [d]
  615. () Chemical ecology in coupled human and natural systems: people, manioc, multitrophic interactions and global change [d]
  616. () Variation and the response to variation as a basis for successful cooperation [d]
  617. () Species are not uniquely real biological entities [i]
  618. () Neural reuse as a source of developmental homology [d]
  619. () A coevolutionary understanding of agroenvironmental change: a case-study of a rural community in Brazil [d]
  620. () Ethnobiology for a diverse world: microbial ethnobiology and the loss of distinctive food cultures [d]
  621. Knute J. Nadelhoffer, Alan J. Hogg, & Brian A. Hazlett [ed] () The changing environment of northern Michigan: a century of science and nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station [i] [d]
  622. () Anticipation and dynamics: Rosen's anticipation in the perspective of time [d]
  623. () Analyzing intra-person variation: hybridizing the ACE model with P-technique factor analysis and the idiographic filter [d]
  624. () Personality: bridging the literatures from human psychology and behavioural ecology [d]
  625. () Biophysics and systems biology [d]
  626. () Evolutionary genomics of animal personality [d]
  627. () Buried treasure: soil biodiversity and conservation [d]
  628. () Names are key to the big new biology [d]
  629. () Modeling mountain pine beetle infestation with an agent-based approach at two spatial scales [d]
  630. () Character displacement and the origins of diversity [p] [d]
  631. Michael L. Platt & Asif A. Ghazanfar [ed] () Primate neuroethology [i]
  632. () The ecological limits of hydrologic alteration (ELOHA): a new framework for developing regional environmental flow standards [d]
  633. () Animal homosexuality: a biosocial perspective [i] [d]
  634. () Motivation, learning, and transformative experience: a study of deep engagement in science [d]
  635. () Personality and the emergence of the pace-of-life syndrome concept at the population level [d]
  636. () Can ecosystem services lead ecology on a transdisciplinary pathway? [d]
  637. () The series, the network, and the tree: changing metaphors of order in nature [d]
  638. Alexander Rosenberg & Robert Arp [ed] () Philosophy of biology: an anthology [i]
  639. () Conditional cooperation and costly monitoring explain success in forest commons management [d]
  640. () Evolving power and environmental policy: explaining institutional change with group selection [d]
  641. () Observational approaches in ecology open new ground in a changing world [d]
  642. () The building-up of social relationships: behavioural types, social networks and cooperative breeding in a cichlid [d]
  643. Navjot S. Sodhi & Paul R. Ehrlich [ed] () Conservation biology for all [i] [d] [u]
  644. () Developmental perspectives on personality: implications for ecological and evolutionary studies of individual differences [d]
  645. () A systemic view of biodiversity and its conservation: processes, interrelationships, and human culture [d]
  646. () Freshwater biodiversity conservation: recent progress and future challenges [d]
  647. () Selection is entailed by self-organization and natural selection is a special case [d]
  648. () Why history matters in ecology: an interdisciplinary perspective [d]
  649. () Reframing developmental biology and building evolutionary theory's new synthesis [d]
  650. Sonia Tidemann & Andrew Gosler [ed] () Ethno-ornithology: birds, indigenous peoples, culture and society [i] [d]
  651. () Ecosystem biogeochemistry considered as a distributed metabolic network ordered by maximum entropy production [d]
  652. () It is not the entropy you produce, rather, how you produce it [d]
  653. () Is there a genetic contribution to cultural differences?: collectivism, individualism and genetic markers of social sensitivity [d]
  654. () Niche conservatism as an emerging principle in ecology and conservation biology [d]
  655. () An explanatory framework for adaptive personality differences [d]
  656. () Development and the evolvability of human limbs [p] [d]
  657. () Structuralism in phylogenetic systematics [d]
  658. Berthoz Alain & Yves Christen [ed] () Neurobiology of 'Umwelt': how living beings perceive the world [i] [d]
  659. () Molecular networks and system-level properties [d]
  660. () The evolution of morality [d]
  661. () Why we need to teach the evolution of morality [d]
  662. () The energetics of mangrove forests [i] [d]
  663. () Global view of bionetwork dynamics: adaptive landscape [d]
  664. () Global distribution of genomic diversity underscores rich complex history of continental human populations [d]
  665. () Epistemological impacts of horizontal gene transfer on classification in microbiology [d]
  666. () Prokaryotic evolution and the tree of life are two different things [d]
  667. () Species as ranked taxa [d]
  668. () Multi-level discrepancies with sharing data on protected areas: what we have and what we need for the global village [d]
  669. () Common ecology quantifies human insurgency [d]
  670. () Prebiotic world, macroevolution, and Darwin's theory: a new insight [d]
  671. () Tropical turmoil: a biodiversity tragedy in progress [d]
  672. () Learning without error [i] [d]
  673. () The genetic diversity of three peculiar populations descending from the slave trade: Gm study of Noir Marron from French Guiana [d]
  674. () Toward an organismal, integrative, and iterative phylogeography [d]
  675. () Process sub-politics: placing empirical flesh on Whiteheadian thought [d]
  676. Noel Castree [ed] () A companion to environmental geography [i]
  677. F. Stuart Chapin, Gary P. Kofinas, & Carl Folke [ed] () Principles of ecosystem stewardship: resilience-based natural resource management in a changing world [i] [d]
  678. () Human modification of a large meandering Amazonian river: genesis, ecological and economic consequences of the Masisea cutoff on the central Ucayali, Peru [d]
  679. () Gradients within gradients: the mesoscale distribution patterns of palms in a central Amazonian forest [d]
  680. () Getting a better picture of microbial evolution en route to a network of genomes [d]
  681. () Gene tree discordance, phylogenetic inference and the multispecies coalescent [d]
  682. () More on evolution and psychology [d]
  683. () Teaching evolution with historical narratives [d]
  684. () Searching for molecular solutions: empirical discovery and its future [i]
  685. () From everyday to scientific observation: how children learn to observe the biologist's world [d]
  686. () Is a new and general theory of molecular systematics emerging? [d]
  687. () Species distribution models: ecological explanation and prediction across space and time [d]
  688. Peter Thorpe Ellison & Peter B. Gray [ed] () Endocrinology of social relationships [i]
  689. () Homology: integrating phylogeny and development [d]
  690. () A conceptual guide to natural history museum visitors' understanding of evolution [d]
  691. () How many birds are there in a city of half a million people? [d]
  692. () Hormones and brain plasticity [i]
  693. () Macrophysiology: a conceptual reunification [p] [d]
  694. () Ecological developmental biology: integrating epigenetics, medicine, and evolution [i]
  695. () A comparative view of the evolution of grasses under domestication [d]
  696. () Darwinian populations and natural selection [i] [d]
  697. () Understanding natural selection: essential concepts and common misconceptions [d]
  698. () Topographical and temporal diversity of the human skin microbiome [d]
  699. () Oriented flows: the molecular biology and political economy of the stew [d] [j]
  700. () A global synthesis of plant extinction rates in urban areas [d]
  701. () Summer world: a season of bounty [i]
  702. () Quirks of human anatomy: an evo-devo look at the human body [i] [d]
  703. () Genetic diversity and the emergence of ethnic groups in Central Asia [d]
  704. () The emergence of human uniqueness: characters underlying behavioral modernity [d]
  705. () Choice, habit and evolution [d]
  706. () Large allele frequency differences between human continental groups are more likely to have occurred by drift during range expansions than by selection [d]
  707. () Evolutionary conservation genetics [i]
  708. () What does the honeybee see? And how do we know?: a critique of scientific reason [i] [d] [j]
  709. () The processes of life: an introduction to molecular biology [i] [d] [j]
  710. () Point, line and counterpoint: from environment to fluid space [i] [d]
  711. Leslie M. Johnson & Eugene S. Hunn [ed] () Landscape ethnoecology: concepts of biotic and physical space [i]
  712. () An assessment of students' understanding of ecosystem concepts: conflating ecological systems and cycles [d]
  713. () The evolutionary and ecological roots of human social organization [d]
  714. () Sodium shortage as a constraint on the carbon cycle in an inland tropical rainforest [p] [d]
  715. Yong-Kyu Kim [ed] () Handbook of behavior genetics [i] [d]
  716. () Nonequilibrium thermodynamics and maximum entropy production in the Earth system [d]
  717. () Symbioses: a key driver of insect physiological processes, ecological interactions, evolutionary diversification, and impacts on humans [d]
  718. () The fundamental units, processes and patterns of evolution, and the tree of life conundrum [d]
  719. () Is evolution Darwinian or/and Lamarckian? [d]
  720. () Darwinian evolution in the light of genomics [p] [d]
  721. () The balance of nature: ecology's enduring myth [i]
  722. () Epigenetics and the embodiment of race: developmental origins of US racial disparities in cardiovascular health [d]
  723. () Human mammary progenitor cell fate decisions are products of interactions with combinatorial microenvironments [d]
  724. () Inbreeding, pedigree size, and the most recent common ancestor of humanity [d]
  725. () Relaxed selection in the wild [d]
  726. () Estimating the size of the bacterial pan-genome [d]
  727. Simon A. Levin & Stephen R. Carpenter [ed] () The Princeton guide to ecology [i] [d] [j]
  728. Simon A. Levin [ed] () Games, groups, and the global good [i] [d]
  729. () The fallacy of partitioning: epigenetics' validation of the organism-environment system [d]
  730. () Human genetic diversity and the nonexistence of biological races [p] [d] [j] [u]
  731. () Typology reconfigured: from the metaphysics of essentialism to the epistemology of representation [d]
  732. () Diurnal and annual rhythms in trees [d]
  733. Thomas W. Miller [ed] () Handbook of stressful transitions across the lifespan [i] [d]
  734. () The provenance and control of behavior: simplistic answers are doomed to fail [d]
  735. () Three centuries of paradigm changes in biological classification: is the end in sight? [j]
  736. () Evolutionary biogeography: an integrative approach with case studies [i]
  737. () Climate-induced changes in the small mammal communities of the Northern Great Lakes Region [d]
  738. Shahid Naeem [ed] () Biodiversity, ecosystem functioning, and human wellbeing: an ecological and economic perspective [i] [d]
  739. () Population thinking as trope nominalism [d] [j]
  740. () Beyond the human genome: microbes, metaphors and what it means to be human in an interconnected post-genomic world [d]
  741. () Making evolutionary biology a basic science for medicine [p] [d]
  742. () Understanding the functional principles of nature—proposing another type of ecosystem services [d]
  743. () Ecosystem services: from eye-opening metaphor to complexity blinder [d]
  744. () Thinking in continua: beyond the 'adaptive radiation' metaphor [d]
  745. () Friends, neighbors, and boundaries [d]
  746. (/2012) Prehistoric life: the definitive visual history of life on earth [i]
  747. () Comparative biogeography: discovering and classifying biogeographical patterns of a dynamic Earth [i]
  748. () GenGIS: a geospatial information system for genomic data [d]
  749. () Path dependence in the production of scientific knowledge [d]
  750. () Toward a physical basis of attention and self-regulation [d]
  751. () Host plant as an organizer of microbial evolution in the beneficial symbioses [d]
  752. () The nature of selection during plant domestication [d]
  753. () The network of life: genome beginnings and evolution [d]
  754. () The genial gene: deconstructing Darwinian selfishness [i]
  755. Michael Ruse & Joseph Travis [ed] () Evolution: the first four billion years [i]
  756. Geoffrey Sampson, David Gil, & Peter Trudgill [ed] () Language complexity as an evolving variable [i]
  757. () On reciprocal illumination and consilience in biogeography [d]
  758. () At home in the world: human nature, ecological thought, and education after Darwin [i]
  759. () Beyond just research: experiences from southern Africa in developing social learning partnerships for resource conservation initiatives [d]
  760. () Big questions in ecology and evolution [i]
  761. () The Sibley guide to trees [i]
  762. () An orchard invisible: a natural history of seeds [i]
  763. () Invasions of plant communities: more of the same, something very different, or both? [d]
  764. () Resource resilience, human niche construction, and the long-term sustainability of pre-Columbian subsistence economies in the Mississippi river valley corridor [d]
  765. () Environmental regulation of the neural epigenome [d]
  766. () Did Darwin write the Origin backwards? [p] [d]
  767. () Evaluation of group genetic ancestry of populations from Philadelphia and Dakar in the context of sex-biased admixture in the Americas [d]
  768. () Virtual globes and geospatial health: the potential of new tools in the management and control of vector-borne diseases [u]
  769. () Mental time travel and the shaping of the human mind [d]
  770. () eBird: a citizen-based bird observation network in the biological sciences [d]
  771. () Learning: an evolutionary analysis [d]
  772. () From plant–microbe interactions to symbiogenetics: a universal paradigm for the interspecies genetic integration [d]
  773. () Microbial DNA fingerprinting of human fingerprints: dynamic colonization of fingertip microflora challenges human host inferences for forensic purposes [d]
  774. () Why we cooperate [i]
  775. () Darwin's eclipse concerned function versus mechanism [p] [d]
  776. () Botanical literacy: what and how should students learn about plants? [d]
  777. () The virtual cell—a candidate co-ordinator for 'middle-out' modelling of biological systems [d]
  778. () Event ecology, causal historical analysis, and human–environment research [d]
  779. () Physiology, physiomics, and biophysics: a matter of words [d]
  780. () Species: a history of the idea [i]
  781. () How we live and why we die: the secret lives of cells [i]
  782. () Freshwater ecoregions of the world: a new map of biogeographic units for freshwater biodiversity conservation [d]
  783. () Naturalizing as an error-type in biology [u]
  784. () Elements and evolution [d]
  785. Robert Askins, Glenn D. Dreyer, Gerald R. Visgilio, & Diana M. Whitelaw [ed] () Saving biological diversity: balancing protection of endangered species and ecosystems [i] [d]
  786. () Lateral gene transfer challenges principles of microbial systematics [d]
  787. () Helping behaviour and regard for others in capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella) [d]
  788. () Visions of evolution: self-organization proposes what natural selection disposes [d]
  789. () Epigenetics for ecologists [d]
  790. () Biological spacetime and the temporal integration of functional modules: a case study of dento–gnathic developmental timing [d]
  791. Melissa J. Brown [ed] () Explaining culture scientifically [i] [j]
  792. () Assessing the fitness landscape revolution [d]
  793. () Seeing the wood for the trees: an analysis of evolutionary diagrams in biology textbooks [d]
  794. Eric Chivian & Aaron Bernstein [ed] () Sustaining life: how human health depends on biodiversity [i]
  795. () Macrophysiology for a changing world [p] [d]
  796. (/2018) Ecosystem biogeochemistry: element cycling in the forest landscape [i] [d]
  797. () The legacy of domestication: accumulation of deleterious mutations in the dog genome [d]
  798. Patrizia d'Ettorre & David P. Hughes [ed] () Sociobiology of communication: an interdisciplinary perspective [i]
  799. () Understanding and predicting ecological dynamics: are major surprises inevitable? [d]
  800. David Dudgeon [ed] () Tropical stream ecology [i] [d]
  801. (/2013) Conceptual change and evolutionary biology: a developmental perspective [i]
  802. () The microbial engines that drive Earth's biogeochemical cycles [d]
  803. () Dry storeroom no. 1: the secret life of the Natural History Museum [i]
  804. Otto Fränzle, Ludger Kappen, & Hans-Peter Blume [ed] () Ecosystem organization of a complex landscape: long-term research in the Bornhöved Lake District, Germany [i] [d]
  805. () Multiple movement modes by large herbivores at multiple spatiotemporal scales [p] [d]
  806. () A framework for generating and analyzing movement paths on ecological landscapes [p] [d]
  807. () Why heuristics work [d]
  808. () Rationality for mortals: how people cope with uncertainty [i]
  809. () Strong reciprocity and the roots of human morality [d]
  810. () The space-lifetime hypothesis: viewing organisms in four dimensions, literally [p] [d]
  811. () The evolution of complex organs [d]
  812. () Whither adaptation? [d]
  813. () The classification of living beings [i] [d]
  814. () Trends and missing parts in the study of movement ecology [p] [d]
  815. () The ambiguous meanings of the racial/ethnic categories routinely used in human genetics research [d]
  816. () The end of the adaptive landscape metaphor? [d]
  817. () National Wildlife Federation field guide to trees of North America [i]
  818. () Insight without cortex: lessons from the avian brain [p] [d]
  819. () Integrating GIS-based environmental data into evolutionary biology [d]
  820. () Macroevolution via secondary endosymbiosis: a Neo-Goldschmidtian view of unicellular hopeful monsters and Darwin's primordial intermediate form [d]
  821. () Capuchin monkeys are sensitive to others' welfare [d]
  822. () The origin of the vertebrate eye [d]
  823. () Mapping the evolution of 'food deserts' in a Canadian city: supermarket accessibility in London, Ontario, 1961–2005 [d]
  824. () Robots in space: technology, evolution, and interplanetary travel [i]
  825. () Social and individual learning of helping in humans and other species [d]
  826. () Understory species richness during restoration of wet tropical forest in Costa Rica [d]
  827. () Biological time is fractal: early events reverberate over a life time [d]
  828. David Lloyd & Ernest L. Rossi [ed] () Ultradian rhythms from molecules to mind: a new vision of life [i] [d]
  829. () Explaining evolutionary innovations and novelties: criteria of explanatory adequacy and epistemological prerequisites [d] [j]
  830. () Evolution, path dependence and economic geography [d]
  831. () Architecture by birds and insects: a natural art [i]
  832. () Advancing ecological research with ontologies [d]
  833. (/2014) Primer to the immune response [i] [d]
  834. () Trees, truffles, and beasts: how forests function [i]
  835. () Do humans homogenize or differentiate biotas?: it depends [d]
  836. () Explaining complex behavior [i]
  837. () Individuals and populations: how biology's theory and data have interfered with the integration of development and evolution [d]
  838. () Eating the sun: how plants power the planet [i]
  839. () Learning how to live together: genomic insights into prokaryote–animal symbioses [d]
  840. () A movement ecology paradigm for unifying organismal movement research [p] [d]
  841. () The origin and evolution of religious prosociality [d]
  842. Mark D. Pagel & Andrew Pomiankowski [ed] () Evolutionary genomics and proteomics [i]
  843. () Climate change and the world's river basins: anticipating management options [d]
  844. () Three-dimensional metrics for the analysis of spatiotemporal data in ecology [d]
  845. () Wild pedigrees: the way forward [p] [d]
  846. () Biodiversity conservation in tropical agroecosystems: a new conservation paradigm [d]
  847. () Biological invasions and biocultural diversity: linking ecological and cultural systems [d]
  848. () Sewall Wright's adaptive landscapes: 1932 vs. 1988 [d]
  849. () The rise and fall of the adaptive landscape? [d]
  850. () Genealogy and gene trees [d]
  851. () Species in three and four dimensions [d] [j]
  852. () Ethnobotanical knowledge and crop diversity in swidden fields: a study in a Native Amazonian society [d]
  853. () Population epigenetics [d]
  854. () Disintegration of the ecological community [p] [d]
  855. () Origins, taxa, names and meanings [d]
  856. () Trees: a visual guide [i]
  857. (/2014) The neurobiology of learning and memory [i]
  858. () The genetics and evolution of the general factor of personality [d]
  859. () The diversity of insect–bacteria interactions and its applications for disease control [d]
  860. () Tree thinking cannot be taken for granted: challenges for teaching phylogenetics [d]
  861. () Your inner fish: a journey into the 3.5-billion-year history of the human body [i]
  862. () Evidence and evolution: the logic behind the science [i] [d]
  863. () Are cattle, sheep, and goats endangered species? [d]
  864. () Accounting for ancestry: population substructure and genome-wide association studies [d]
  865. Wenda Trevathan, Euclid O. Smith, & James J. McKenna [ed] () Evolutionary medicine and health: new perspectives [i]
  866. Charlotte Uhlenbroek [ed] (/2011) Animal life [i]
  867. () A behavioral genetic investigation of humor styles and their correlations with the Big-5 personality dimensions [d]
  868. David Waltner-Toews, James Kay, & Nina-Marie E. Lister [ed] () The ecosystem approach: complexity, uncertainty, and managing for sustainability [i]
  869. () Systemic Darwinism [p] [d]
  870. () Kin in space: social viscosity in a spatially and genetically substructured network [p] [d]
  871. () Understanding strategies for seed dispersal by wind under contrasting atmospheric conditions [p] [d]
  872. () Sex-linked neuroanatomical basis of human altruistic cooperativeness [d]
  873. (/2013) Conservation and the genetics of populations [i]
  874. (/2019) An introduction to systems biology: design principles of biological circuits [i]
  875. (/2017) Processes in human evolution: the journey from early hominins to Neanderthals and modern humans [i] [d]
  876. Gero Benckiser & Sylvia Schnell [ed] () Biodiversity in agricultural production systems [i]
  877. Charles S. Brown & Ted Toadvine [ed] () Nature's edge: boundary explorations in ecological theory and practice [i]
  878. () Other-regarding preferences in a non-human primate: common marmosets provision food altruistically [p] [d]
  879. (/2017) The unity of science [u]
  880. () A subspecies no more?: a mouse, its unstable taxonomy, and western riparian resource conflict [d]
  881. () Museums teach evolution [d]
  882. () What is migration? [d]
  883. () Pattern pluralism and the Tree of Life hypothesis [p] [d]
  884. () Human settlement and baobab distribution in south-western Mali [d]
  885. () Psychological categories as homologies: lessons from ethology [d]
  886. () Wallace, Darwin, and the practice of natural history [d]
  887. Paul G. Falkowski & Andrew H. Knoll [ed] () Evolution of primary producers in the sea [i] [d]
  888. () Dismantling discontent: Buddha's way through Darwin's world [i]
  889. () Amazonia revealed: forest degradation and loss of ecosystem goods and services in the Amazon Basin [d]
  890. (/2009) Bird: the definitive visual guide [i]
  891. () Aiming the 'unreasonable effectiveness of mathematics' at ecological theory [d]
  892. () The phenomena of homology [d]
  893. () Climate, niche conservatism, and the global bird diversity gradient [p] [d]
  894. () The legacy of cultural landscapes in the Brazilian Amazon: implications for biodiversity [d]
  895. () Why humans cooperate: a cultural and evolutionary explanation [i]
  896. () Body size: the structure and function of aquatic ecosystems [i] [d]
  897. () Fish swim, rocks sit, and lungs breathe: expert–novice understanding of complex systems [d]
  898. Manfred Dietrich Laubichler & Gerd Müller [ed] () Modeling biology: structures, behavior, evolution [i]
  899. () Effects of brain evolution on human nutrition and metabolism [d]
  900. () The human microbiome: eliminating the biomedical/environmental dichotomy in microbial ecology [d]
  901. David B. Lindenmayer & Richard J. Hobbs [ed] () Managing and designing landscapes for conservation: moving from perspectives to principles [i]
  902. () A review of the relationships between human population density and biodiversity [d]
  903. () Defining vision: what homology thinking contributes [d]
  904. () Spatial symmetry groups as sensorimotor guidelines [p] [u]
  905. () Foresight in cultural evolution [d]
  906. () Sexual selection for moral virtues [p] [d]
  907. () Cell-, biovolume- and biosurface-specific energy fluxes through marine picoplankton as a function of the assemblage size structure [d]
  908. () The rest is silence [d]
  909. () The botanist effect revisited: plant species richness, county area, and human population size in the United States [d]
  910. () Mixed race: understanding difference in the genome era [d]
  911. () Evolution: what the fossils say and why it matters [i]
  912. () Programming good relations—development of the arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis [d]
  913. () Good germs, bad germs: health and survival in a bacterial world [i]
  914. () Ecology and ecosystem conservation [i]
  915. (/2010) Birds of Peru [i]
  916. () Evolution and medicine: the long reach of 'Dr. Darwin' [p] [d]
  917. () Niche construction and the behavioral context of plant and animal domestication [d]
  918. (/2010) Darwin's pictures: views of evolutionary theory, 1837–1874 [i]
  919. (/2014) The biology of cancer [i]
  920. () Genetic similarities within and between human populations [d]
  921. () Naming species in phylogenetic nomenclature [d]
  922. () Science is fundamental: the role of biomedical knowledge in clinical reasoning [p] [d]
  923. () Bioinformatics, genomics, and proteomics: getting the big picture [i]
  924. () Ecology of freshwater and estuarine wetlands [i]
  925. () How do adaptive immune systems control pathogens while avoiding autoimmunity? [d]
  926. () Making inferences about the location of hidden food: social dog, causal ape [p] [d]
  927. () Thinking critically about race and genetics [d]
  928. () Flowers: how they changed the world [i]
  929. () Ecology for transformation [d]
  930. () Racial and ethnic categories in biomedical research: there is no baby in the bathwater [d]
  931. () Roots of human family tree are shallow [u]
  932. () Creativity through the life span from an evolutionary systems perspective [i]
  933. () Television wildlife programming as a source of popular scientific information: a case study of evolution [d]
  934. () Freshwater biodiversity: importance, threats, status and conservation challenges [d]
  935. () Where the wild things are: environmental preservation and human nature [d]
  936. () The eco-field hypothesis: toward a cognitive landscape [d]
  937. Peter Frances & Angeles Gavira Guerrero [ed] (/2014) Ocean: the definitive visual guide [i]
  938. () The strategy of model-based science [d]
  939. Nathalie Gontier, Jean Paul van Bendegem, & Diederik Aerts [ed] () Evolutionary epistemology, language, and culture: a non-adaptationist, systems theoretical approach [i] [d]
  940. () Plant conservation: an ecosystem approach [i] [d]
  941. () Corridor ecology: the science and practice of linking landscapes for biodiversity conservation [i]
  942. Ian Humphery-Smith & Michael Hecker [ed] () Microbial proteomics: functional biology of whole organisms [i]
  943. () Against human nature [i] [d]
  944. (/2009) Seeds: time capsules of life [i]
  945. () Endophyte or parasite—what decides? [d]
  946. () Life: a journey through time [i]
  947. () Strategies of abstraction [d]
  948. () Habitat fragmentation and landscape change: an ecological and conservation synthesis [i]
  949. () Biological control of invasive species: solution or pollution? [d]
  950. () Adverse effects of the model environmental estrogen diethylstilbestrol are transmitted to subsequent generations [d]
  951. () The music of life: biology beyond the genome [i]
  952. () A global crisis for seagrass ecosystems [d]
  953. () Mutualism and parasitism: the yin and yang of plant symbioses [d]
  954. () Trade-offs across space, time, and ecosystem services [u]
  955. () What keeps cells in tissues behaving normally in the face of myriad mutations? [d]
  956. () Qualitative differences between naïve and scientific theories of evolution [d]
  957. () Eastern North America as an independent center of plant domestication [p] [d]
  958. () Writers and the war against nature [i]
  959. () Self-organization in complex ecosystems [i] [d] [j]
  960. Volker Sommer & Paul L. Vasey [ed] () Homosexual behaviour in animals: an evolutionary perspective [i]
  961. John E. Staller, Robert H. Tykot, & Bruce F. Benz [ed] () Histories of maize: multidisciplinary approaches to the prehistory, linguistics, biogeography, domestication, and evolution of maize [i] [d]
  962. () Geomorphology and ecology: unifying themes for complex systems in biogeomorphology [d]
  963. () Putting the 'landscape' in landscape genetics [d]
  964. () Spontaneous order, autocatakinetic closure, and the development of space-time [d]
  965. () Human biogeography: evidence of our place in nature [d]
  966. () The riverine ecosystem synthesis: biocomplexity in river networks across space and time [d]
  967. (/2012) The biology of freshwater wetlands [i]
  968. () The evolution of human walking [i]
  969. () Fundamental processes in ecology: an earth systems approach [i]
  970. () Ontologies for ecoinformatics [d]
  971. () The chemistry of evolution: the development of our ecosystem [i]
  972. () The biology of temporary waters [i] [d]
  973. Andreas Wimmer & Reinhart Kössler [ed] () Understanding change: models, methodologies, and metaphors [i] [d]
  974. () Six impossible things before breakfast: the evolutionary origins of belief [i]
  975. () The road from Santa Rosalia: a faster tempo of evolution in tropical climates [p] [d]
  976. () Documenting domestication: the intersection of genetics and archaeology [d]
  977. () Living in a fungal world: impact of fungi on soil bacterial niche development [d]
  978. () Physics of transport and traffic phenomena in biology: from molecular motors and cells to organisms [d]
  979. () Holistic Darwinism: synergy, cybernetics, and the bioeconomics of evolution [i]
  980. () Invasive plants of the upper Midwest: an illustrated guide to their identification and control [i]
  981. (/2014) Spatial analysis: a guide for ecologists [i] [d]
  982. () The nature of plants: habitats, challenges, and adaptations [i]
  983. () A natural history of families [i]
  984. () The cobweb of life revealed by genome-scale estimates of horizontal gene transfer [p] [d]
  985. () Horizontal gene transfer, genome innovation and evolution [d]
  986. () Do farmers reduce genetic diversity when they domesticate tropical trees?: a case study from Amazonia [d]
  987. () Evolution in four dimensions: genetic, epigenetic, behavioral, and symbolic variation in the history of life [i]
  988. () The net of life: reconstructing the microbial phylogenetic network [d]
  989. () Plant [i]
  990. () Biosociology of dominance and deference [i]
  991. () The origins of music: innateness, uniqueness, and evolution [d]
  992. Emilio F. Moran & Elinor Ostrom [ed] () Seeing the forest and the trees: human–environment interactions in forest ecosystems [i]
  993. () Conservation: linking ecology, economics, and culture [i]
  994. () Correlation between evolutionary structural development and protein folding [p] [d]
  995. () Riparia: ecology, conservation, and management of streamside communities [i] [d]
  996. () The human dimensions of biotic homogenization [d]
  997. () Ecology, complexity, and metaphor [d]
  998. () The use of racial, ethnic, and ancestral categories in human genetics research [p]
  999. () Nerve endings: the discovery of the synapse [i]
  1000. () Trees [i]
  1001. () Information and its role in nature [i] [d]
  1002. () Lessons from biology for philosophy of the human sciences [d]
  1003. () Ecogeographic analysis of morphological and life-history variation in the Italian treefrog [d]
  1004. () What it means to be a naturalist and the future of natural history at American universities [d]
  1005. () Into the cool: energy flow, thermodynamics, and life [i]
  1006. () Freshwater microbiology: biodiversity and dynamic interactions of microorganisms in the aquatic environment [i]
  1007. () Unruly complexity: ecology, interpretation, engagement [i]
  1008. () The geographic mosaic of coevolution [i]
  1009. () From born to made: technology, biology and space [i]
  1010. António Zilhão [ed] () Evolution, rationality, and cognition: a cognitive science for the twenty-first century [i]
  1011. () The impact of species concept on biodiversity studies [p] [d]
  1012. () Knowledge and civilization [i]
  1013. () What we reason about and why: how evolution explains reasoning [i] [d]
  1014. () Farmers' bounty: locating crop diversity in the contemporary world [i]
  1015. David Chittenden, Graham Farmelo, & Bruce V. Lewenstein [ed] () Creating connections: museums and the public understanding of current research [i]
  1016. () Mathematics is biology's next microscope, only better; biology is mathematics' next physics, only better [p] [d]
  1017. () Cultivated plant species diversity in home gardens of an Amazonian peasant village in northeastern Peru [d]
  1018. () On the brink: the Great Lakes in the 21st century [i]
  1019. () Physics of protein folding [d]
  1020. () Ideas are not replicators but minds are [d]
  1021. () Realism and biological knowledge [i] [d]
  1022. () The philosophy of biology: an episodic history [i] [d]
  1023. () Making the biodiversity crisis tractable: a process perspective [i] [d]
  1024. () Random drift and large shifts in popularity of dog breeds [p] [d]
  1025. () Beyond biology and culture: the meaning of evolution in a relational world [d]
  1026. () The evolution of human skin and skin color [d]
  1027. () Genetic variation, classification and 'race' [d]
  1028. () Biological robustness [d]
  1029. () The burgeoning field of statistical phylogeography [p] [d]
  1030. () The phenomenon of biodiversity [i] [d]
  1031. (/2016) Introduction to protein science: architecture, function, and genomics [i]
  1032. () The evolution of learning [p] [d]
  1033. () Homología biogeográfica: las coordenadas espaciales de la vida [i]
  1034. Markku Oksanen & Juhani Pietarinen [ed] () Philosophy and biodiversity [i] [d]
  1035. () Religious belief, scientific expertise, and folk ecology [d]
  1036. Gary A. Polis, Mary E. Power, & Gary R. Huxel [ed] () Food webs at the landscape level [i]
  1037. () Transport processes in nature: propagation of ecological influences through environmental space [i]
  1038. () Modelling the recent common ancestry of all living humans [d]
  1039. () Evolution's rainbow: diversity, gender, and sexuality in nature and people [i]
  1040. () A universal definition of life: autonomy and open-ended evolution [d]
  1041. () The transition to adulthood as a critical juncture in the course of psychopathology and mental health [d]
  1042. Susan R. Schrepfer & Philip Scranton [ed] () Industrializing organisms: introducing evolutionary history [i] [d]
  1043. () God, the devil, and Darwin: a critique of intelligent design theory [i] [d]
  1044. () The robot's rebellion: finding meaning in the age of Darwin [i] [d]
  1045. () The value of museum collections for research and society [d]
  1046. () Movement-space: the changing domain of thinking resulting from the development of new kinds of spatial awareness [d]
  1047. () Implications of biogeography of human populations for 'race' and medicine [d]
  1048. Diana H. Wall [ed] () Sustaining biodiversity and ecosystem services in soils and sediments [i]
  1049. () Endosymbiosis: lessons in conflict resolution [p] [d]
  1050. Robert M. L. Winston & Don E. Wilson [ed] () Human: the definitive visual guide [i]
  1051. M. Norton Wise [ed] () Growing explanations: historical perspectives on recent science [i] [d]
  1052. () Message from a human gut symbiont: sensitivity is a prerequisite for sharing [d]
  1053. () Designing interactive interfaces: theoretical consideration of the complexity of standards and guidelines, and the difference between evolving and formalised systems [d]
  1054. () Plants, mycorrhizal fungi and endobacteria: a dialog among cells and genomes [p] [d] [j]
  1055. () The evolution of morality and religion [i] [d]
  1056. () Save those molecules!: molecular biodiversity and life [d]
  1057. () Ecological niches: linking classical and contemporary approaches [i]
  1058. () The science of the struggle for existence: on the foundations of ecology [i] [d]
  1059. () From mouth to hand: gesture, speech, and the evolution of right-handedness [and comments and reply] [p] [d]
  1060. (/2006) Plant biology [i]
  1061. Brian Keith Hall & Wendy M. Olson [ed] () Keywords and concepts in evolutionary developmental biology [i]
  1062. () Winter world: the ingenuity of animal survival [i]
  1063. () The evolution of cultural evolution [d]
  1064. () The hand leads the mouth in ontogenesis too [d]
  1065. () Birds of Chile [o]
  1066. () A scenario-based holistic approach to environmental flow assessments for rivers [d]
  1067. () Dynamic diversity [d]
  1068. () Biocultural orchestration of developmental plasticity across levels: the interplay of biology and culture in shaping the mind and behavior across the life span [p] [d]
  1069. James F. Luhr & Jeffrey Edward Post [ed] (/2013) Earth: the definitive visual guide [i]
  1070. () Landscape genetics: combining landscape ecology and population genetics [d]
  1071. () Biological complexity and integrative pluralism [i] [d]
  1072. () What genes can't do [i]
  1073. () Niche construction: the neglected process in evolution [i] [d] [j]
  1074. () The evolutionary roots of our environmental problems: toward a Darwinian ecology [p] [d]
  1075. () A citizen's guide to ecology [i]
  1076. () Thought in a hostile world: the evolution of human cognition [i]
  1077. (/2012) Brain architecture: understanding the basic plan [i]
  1078. () Domesticated landscapes: the subsistence ecology of plant and animal domestication [d]
  1079. () Distribution and causes of global forest fragmentation [j] [u]
  1080. () Developmental plasticity and evolution [i]
  1081. () Evolution was chemically constrained [d]
  1082. () Molecular mechanisms of photosynthesis [i]
  1083. () Body heat: temperature and life on earth [i]
  1084. () Coevolution of roots and mycorrhizas of land plants [d]
  1085. () Basic principles and ecological consequences of altered flow regimes for aquatic biodiversity [d]
  1086. () Principles of terrestrial ecosystem ecology [i]
  1087. () Biophysics: an introduction [i]
  1088. () Human natures, nature conservation, and environmental ethics [d]
  1089. () Wild health: how animals keep themselves well and what we can learn from them [i]
  1090. (/2017) Species [u]
  1091. () Landscapes to riverscapes: bridging the gap between research and conservation of stream fishes [d]
  1092. () Race, ethnicity, and genomics: social classifications as proxies of biological heterogeneity [d]
  1093. () Technological transitions as evolutionary reconfiguration processes: a multi-level perspective and a case-study [d]
  1094. () Evolutionary ecology of plant diseases in natural ecosystems [d]
  1095. () A natural history of the Chicago Region [i]
  1096. () World atlas of biodiversity: earth's living resources in the 21st century [i]
  1097. () Light and life [i]
  1098. Lance H. Gunderson & C. S. Holling [ed] () Panarchy: understanding transformations in human and natural systems [i]
  1099. () Young children's naive thinking about the biological world [i]
  1100. (/2009) Mammals of North America [i] [d]
  1101. () Geology and plant life: the effects of landforms and rock types on plants [i]
  1102. (/2011) Sense and nonsense: evolutionary perspectives on human behaviour [i]
  1103. Philippe G. Le Prestre [ed] () Governing global biodiversity: the evolution and implementation of the convention on biological diversity [i]
  1104. (/2014) Introduction to bioinformatics [i]
  1105. () The royal we [u]
  1106. () Mapping human history: discovering the past through our genes [i]
  1107. Mark D. Pagel [ed] () Encyclopedia of evolution [i]
  1108. Donald W. Pfaff & Marian Joëls [ed] (/2017) Hormones, brain and behavior [i]
  1109. () Darwin's blind spot: evolution beyond natural selection [i]
  1110. () A matter of degrees: what temperature reveals about the past and future of our species, planet, and universe [i]
  1111. () The earth's biosphere: evolution, dynamics, and change [i]
  1112. () Ecological stoichiometry: the biology of elements from molecules to the biosphere [i]
  1113. () Palms as rainforest resources: how evenly are they distributed in Peruvian Amazonia? [d]
  1114. () A guide to common freshwater invertebrates of North America [i]
  1115. () How to be a fig wasp [d]
  1116. () The evolution of plants [i]
  1117. () The robustness of altruism as an evolutionary strategy [d]
  1118. () Rock of ages, sands of time [i]
  1119. () Stuffed animals & pickled heads: the culture and evolution of natural history museums [i]
  1120. David Burnie & Don E. Wilson [ed] (/2017) Animal: the definitive visual guide [i]
  1121. () The biology of time and death [d]
  1122. Charles L. Convis [ed] () Conservation geography: case studies in GIS, computer mapping, and activism [i]
  1123. () Norms of nature: naturalism and the nature of functions [i]
  1124. (/2011) Nature's building blocks: an A–Z guide to the elements [i]
  1125. () The poverty of the Linnaean hierarchy: a philosophical study of biological taxonomy [i] [d]
  1126. () Cognitive and contextual factors in the emergence of diverse belief systems: creation versus evolution [d]
  1127. () Landscape ecology practice by small scale river conservation groups [d]
  1128. () On the status and explanatory structure of developmental systems theory [i]
  1129. () A developmental psychobiological systems view: early formulation and current status [i]
  1130. (/2002) Why we run: a natural history [i]
  1131. Cecilia M. Heyes & David L. Hull [ed] () Selection theory and social construction: the evolutionary naturalistic epistemology of Donald T. Campbell [i]
  1132. () Exploring the way life works: the science of biology [i]
  1133. () Niche construction, ecological inheritance, and cycles of contingency in evolution [i]
  1134. Michael E. McClain, Reynaldo L. Victoria, & Jeffrey Edward Richey [ed] () The biogeochemistry of the Amazon Basin [i]
  1135. () Terrestrial ecoregions of the world: a new map of life on earth [d]
  1136. Susan Oyama, Paul E. Griffiths, & Russell D. Gray [ed] () Cycles of contingency: developmental systems and evolution [i]
  1137. () Terms in tension: what do you do when all the good words are taken? [i]
  1138. () The rise and fall of natural history: how a science grew that eclipsed direct experience [o]
  1139. (/2009) The Sibley guide to bird life & behavior [i]
  1140. () The topology of the possible: formal spaces underlying patterns of evolutionary change [p] [d]
  1141. () The evolution of agency and other essays [i]
  1142. () Distributed agency within intersecting ecological, social, and scientific processes [i]
  1143. () A biospheric natural history [o]
  1144. () Can robots make good models of biological behaviour? [and comments and reply] [p] [d]
  1145. () The philosophy of Donald T. Campbell: a short review and critical appraisal [d]
  1146. () Visualisation of standardized life-history patterns [d]
  1147. Robin A. Abell [ed] () Freshwater ecoregions of North America: a conservation assessment [i]
  1148. Filippo Aureli & Frans B. M. de Waal [ed] () Natural conflict resolution [i]
  1149. () The ghosts of evolution: nonsensical fruit, missing partners, and other ecological anachronisms [i]
  1150. () The emergence of ecology from natural history [d]
  1151. James H. Brown & Geoffrey B. West [ed] () Scaling in biology [i]
  1152. Stephen B. Brush [ed] () Genes in the field: on-farm conservation of crop diversity [i]
  1153. () Behavioral neurobiology: the cellular organization of natural behavior [i]
  1154. (/2007) Why we talk: the evolutionary origins of language [i]
  1155. () The living cell: a complex autodynamic multi-oscillator system? [d]
  1156. () Cancer: the evolutionary legacy [i]
  1157. () How the mind grows: a developmental perspective on the biology of cognition [d] [j]
  1158. () The perception of the environment: essays on livelihood, dwelling & skill [i] [d]
  1159. () A naturalist's guide to the tropics [i]
  1160. () Jungles [i]
  1161. () The triple helix: gene, organism, and environment [i]
  1162. Bruce Marshall & Jeremy A. Roberts [ed] () Leaf development and canopy growth [i]
  1163. () Biodiversity concepts and urban ecosystems [d]
  1164. (/2014) The Sibley guide to birds [i]
  1165. () Harmony and conflict in the living world [i]
  1166. () Signs of life: how complexity pervades biology [i]
  1167. (/2005) Evolution: an introduction [i]
  1168. () Seasonal plasticity in the adult brain [p] [d]
  1169. () The extended organism: the physiology of animal-built structures [i]
  1170. () Spatio-temporal variation of leaf growth, development, and function [i]
  1171. () Rivers in time: the search for clues to earth's mass extinctions [i]
  1172. (/2005) Environmental physiology of animals [i]
  1173. () Life without genes [i]
  1174. John M. Ziman [ed] () Technological innovation as an evolutionary process [i]
  1175. () Parasite rex: inside the bizarre world of nature's most dangerous creatures [i]
  1176. () Evolving brains [i]
  1177. () Biological exuberance: animal homosexuality and natural diversity [i]
  1178. (/2000) Life's matrix: a biography of water [i]
  1179. () That complex whole: culture and the evolution of human behavior [i]
  1180. () Mammals of the Neotropics [i]
  1181. (/2002) In praise of plants [i]
  1182. () Mind of the raven: investigations and adventures with wolf-birds [i]
  1183. () Seeing patterns: models, visual evidence and pictorial communication in the work of Barbara McClintock [d]
  1184. () The eternal trail: a tracker looks at evolution [i]
  1185. () Life in the treetops: adventures of a woman in field biology [i]
  1186. (/2006) The hidden forest: the biography of an ecosystem [i]
  1187. Arien Mack [ed] () Humans and other animals [i]
  1188. () Community ecology [i]
  1189. Virginia D. Nazarea [ed] () Ethnoecology: situated knowledge/located lives [i]
  1190. () Life: past, present and future [p] [d]
  1191. () Linkages among water vapor flows, food production, and terrestrial ecosystem services [j] [u]
  1192. () Life, temperature, and the earth: the self-organizing biosphere [i]
  1193. () Nature's cornucopia: our stake in plant diversity [i]
  1194. () Wetland birds: habitat resources and conservation implications [i]
  1195. () Urban habitats [i]
  1196. () Evolution and devolution of folkbiological knowledge [p] [d]
  1197. Andreas D. Baxevanis & B. F. Francis Ouellette [ed] (/2005) Bioinformatics: a practical guide to the analysis of genes and proteins [i]
  1198. () Exploring the basic ecological unit: ecosystem-like concepts in traditional societies [d]
  1199. A. A. Derksen & Ton Derksen [ed] () The promise of evolutionary epistemology [i]
  1200. () Evolutionary ecology of learning [i]
  1201. Reuven Dukas [ed] () Cognitive ecology: the evolutionary ecology of information processing and decision making [i]
  1202. (/2013) Cognitive neuroscience: the biology of the mind [i]
  1203. () Life on the edge: amazing creatures thriving in extreme environments [extremophiles] [i]
  1204. () Optimal map projections for analysing long-distance migration routes [j]
  1205. () Surfaces inside surfaces: on the origin of agency and life [o] [u]
  1206. () Fluvial forms and processes: a new perspective [i]
  1207. () A field guide to eastern forests, North America [i]
  1208. () A field guide to Rocky Mountain and southwest forests [i]
  1209. () A field guide to California and Pacific Northwest forests [i]
  1210. () Symbiotic planet: a new look at evolution [i]
  1211. () Annals of the former world [i]
  1212. () Cultural memory and biodiversity [i]
  1213. () Fresh water [i]
  1214. (/2010) Cognition, evolution, and behavior [i]
  1215. () Unto others: the evolution and psychology of unselfish behavior [i]
  1216. () Sociocultural evolution: calculation and contingency [o]
  1217. () Losing strands in the web of life: vertebrate declines and the conservation of biological diversity [i]
  1218. () The hand: how its use shapes the brain, language, and human culture [i]
  1219. (/2015) Principles of development [i]
  1220. () Green space, green time: the way of science [i] [d]
  1221. Max H. Bazerman, David M. Messick, Kimberly A. Wade-Benzoni, & Ann E. Tenbrunsel [ed] () Environment, ethics, and behavior: the psychology of environmental valuation and degradation [i]
  1222. () History versus science: the evolutionary solution [d] [j]
  1223. Gretchen C. Daily [ed] () Nature's services: societal dependence on natural ecosystems [i]
  1224. () Centres of plant diversity: a guide and strategy for their conservation [i]
  1225. () A thousand years of nonlinear history [i]
  1226. () Cooperation among animals: an evolutionary perspective [i]
  1227. Tom Griffiths & Libby Robin [ed] () Ecology and empire: environmental history of settler societies [i]
  1228. Ilkka Hanski & Michael E. Gilpin [ed] () Metapopulation biology: ecology, genetics, and evolution [i] [d]
  1229. () Positive and negative effects of organisms as physical ecosystem engineers [d]
  1230. (/2011) Reaching for the sun: how plants work [i] [d]
  1231. (/2014) Principles of tissue engineering [i] [d]
  1232. () The myth of continents: a critique of metageography [i]
  1233. () Foundations of biophilosophy [i] [d]
  1234. () Megadiversity: earth's biologically wealthiest nations [i]
  1235. () The evolutionary biology of plants [i]
  1236. (/2003) Lifelines: life beyond the gene [i]
  1237. () The pressure pixel—unit of life? [d]
  1238. () Imperiled waters, impoverished future: the decline of freshwater ecosystems [i]
  1239. () Modeling economics and ecology: the importance of a spatial perspective [d] [j]
  1240. (/2005) Comparative vertebrate neuroanatomy: evolution and adaptation [i]
  1241. () One river: explorations and discoveries in the Amazon rain forest [i]
  1242. (/1999) The origin and evolution of birds [i]
  1243. Michael T. Ghiselin, Giovanni Pinna, & Kathy Sullivan [ed] () Biology as history: papers from international conferences sponsored by the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco and the Museo di Storia Nautrale in Milan [or: New perspectives on the history of life: essays on systematic biology as historical narrative] [i]
  1244. () Catching ourselves in the act: situated activity, interactive emergence, evolution, and human thought [i]
  1245. () Mapping the space of time: temporal representation in the historical sciences [i]
  1246. Douglas P. Reagan & Robert Bruce Waide [ed] () The food web of a tropical rain forest [i]
  1247. () From cultural to existential diversity: the impossibility of psychotherapy integration within a traditional framework [d]
  1248. () Effects of changes in biodiversity on ecosystem function in tropical forests [d]
  1249. () Back to Roy Wood Sellars: why his evolutionary naturalism is still worthwhile [d] [u]
  1250. () From individual behaviour to population ecology [i]
  1251. William J. Sutherland [ed] (/2006) Ecological census techniques: a handbook [i] [d]
  1252. Don E. Wilson & Abelardo Sandoval [ed] () Manu: the biodiversity of southeastern Peru = la biodiversidad del sureste del Perú [i]
  1253. (/2007) Stream ecology: structure and function of running waters [i] [d]
  1254. Lynda I. A. Birke & Ruth Hubbard [ed] () Reinventing biology: respect for life and the creation of knowledge [i]
  1255. (/2009) Vertebrates: comparative anatomy, function, evolution [i]
  1256. Jeanne X. Kasperson, Roger E. Kasperson, & Billie Lee Turner [ed] () Regions at risk: comparisons of threatened environments [i]
  1257. () Downstream ecological effects of dams: a geomorphic perspective [d] [j]
  1258. (/2009) Microbiology: a human perspective [i]
  1259. Toshie Nishizawa & Juha I. Uitto [ed] () The fragile tropics of Latin America: sustainable management of changing environments [i]
  1260. () Species diversity in space and time [i]
  1261. Connie C. Barlow [ed] () Evolution extended: biological debates on the meaning of life [i]
  1262. () Principal component analysis of gene frequencies and the origin of Basques [d]
  1263. (/2009) Biology [i]
  1264. (/2009) Turtles of the United States and Canada [i]
  1265. () Evolution of infectious disease [i]
  1266. (/2017) Molecular biotechnology: principles and applications of recombinant DNA [i]
  1267. () The phenomenon of biodiversity in conservation biology [u]
  1268. (/2001) Plant identification terminology: an illustrated glossary [i]
  1269. () Emergence of new fields in ecology: the case of life history studies [p] [j]
  1270. () Development betrayed: the end of progress and a coevolutionary revisioning of the future [i]
  1271. (/2007) Ecological understanding: the nature of theory and the theory of nature [i] [d]
  1272. () Epigenetic nature of neoplastic transformation [i]
  1273. () Guide to flowering plant families [i]
  1274. () Biodiversity conservation in running waters: identifying the major factors that threaten destruction of riverine species and ecosystems [d] [j]
  1275. () Life cycles: reflections of an evolutionary biologist [i] [d] [j]
  1276. Kathleen Rita Gibson & Tim Ingold [ed] () Tools, language, and cognition in human evolution [i]
  1277. (/2009) The machinery of life [i]
  1278. () The neuroscience of animal intelligence: from the seahare to the seahorse [i]
  1279. (/1996) Ultimate security: the environmental basis of political stability [i]
  1280. () Systematic generalization, historical fate, and the species problem [d] [j]
  1281. Jack Selzer [ed] () Understanding scientific prose [i]
  1282. () Genes and the biology of cancer [i]
  1283. () Habitat dioramas as ecological theatre [d]
  1284. () The retreat of scientific racism: changing concepts of race in Britain and the United States between the world wars [i] [d]
  1285. () Emergent evolution: qualitative novelty and the levels of reality [i] [d]
  1286. () The value of a watershed as a series of linked multiproduct assets [d]
  1287. () An entangled bank: the origins of ecosystem ecology [i]
  1288. (/2004) Plant evolution and the origin of crop species [i]
  1289. () The particular-circumstance model of scientific explanation [i]
  1290. Michael F. Jacobson, Robert J. Charlson, & Henning Rodhe [ed] (/2000) Earth system science: from biogeochemical cycles to global change [i] [d]
  1291. () Biology as ideology: the doctrine of DNA [i]
  1292. Matthew H. Nitecki & Doris V. Nitecki [ed] () History and evolution [i]
  1293. () Telling the tree: narrative representation and the study of evolutionary history [d]
  1294. () Metametazoa: biology and multiplicity [i]
  1295. () Tropical forests and their crops [i]
  1296. () Diversity and the tropical rain forest [i]
  1297. () Global biodiversity strategy: guidelines for action to save, study, and use earth's biotic wealth sustainably and equitably [i] [u]
  1298. (/2008) Plant form: an illustrated guide to flowering plant morphology [i]
  1299. F. Herbert Bormann & Stephen R. Kellert [ed] () Ecology, economics, ethics: the broken circle [i]
  1300. Susan Carey & Rochel Gelman [ed] () The epigenesis of mind: essays on biology and cognition [i]
  1301. () Discovering enzymes [i]
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