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These databases contain scholarly sources on the science of evolution. They can be accessed by College Park students, faculty and staff on or off campus. Visitors to the Priddy Library can access these resources on campus.
Bergstrom makes the big themes in evolutionary biology accessible by introducing them early and integrating them thoroughly.
James A. Shapiro proposes an important new paradigm for understanding biological evolution, the core organizing principle of biology.
In the Light of Evolution by
In the Light of Evolution is a collection of essays by leading scientists, and includes essays by science writer Carl Zimmer, historian Janet Browne, and a foreword by journalist David Quammen.
Evolution is often described as a theory. However, a scientific theory has a much different meaning than the popular usage of "theory," leading to misconceptions about the validity of the theory of evolution. But what exactly is a scientific theory?
What is a scientific theory?
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Evolution-related articles from ScienceDaily.