Evolutionary Theory at the Millennium
- Extra Reading
From Darwin’s classical theoy of natural and sexual selection to the present day, how far have the new developments in evolutionary theory – contingency, punctuated equilibrium,exaltation and adaptation – changed our understandings of the evolutionary process?
This lecture was a part of the series Conflict and Consensus in the Age of the New Genetics.
This event was on Mon, 02 Oct 2000
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