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Visit our web page at www.mhhe.com/botany for interesting case studies, practice quizzes, current articles, and animations within the Online Learning Center to help you understand the material in this chapter. You'll also find active links to these topics:


Darwinian Evolutionary Theory


Evidences for Evolution

Natural Selection



Evolution of Plants

Arnold, M. L. 1997. Natural hybridization and evolution. Fair Lawn, NY: Oxford University Press.

Avers, C. J. 1989. Process and pattern in evolution. Fair Lawn, NY: Oxford University Press.

Baltscheffsky, H., et al. (Eds.). 1996. Origin and evolution of biological energy conversion. Fair Lawn, NY: Oxford University Press.

Behe, M. J. 1998. Darwin's black box: The biochemical challenge to evolution. New York: Simon and Schuster.

Darwin, C. 1999. The origin of species (facsimile ed.) Westminster, MD: Bantam Books.

Eldredge, N. 2000. The pattern of evolution. San Francisco: W. H. Freeman.

Margulis, L. 2000. Microcosmos, vol. 2: Evolution and diversity. Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett.

Stone, E. M., and R. J. Schwartz. 1990. Intervening sequences in evolution and development. Fair Lawn, NY: Oxford University Press.

Flowers of a two-toned Monkeyflower plant (Mimulus bicolor).

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