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Theories of Evolution and Heredity

 
     
 
     
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Life: Biological Principles and the Science of Zoology
Fundamental Properties of Life
  - Does Life Have Defining Properties?
  - General Properties of Living Systems
  - Life Obeys Physical Laws 
Zoology as a Part of Biology 
Principles of Science
  - Nature of Science
  - Scientific Method
  - Experimental versus Evolutionary Sciences 
Theories of Evolution and Heredity
  - Darwin’s Theory of Evolution
  - Mendelian Heredity and the Chromosomal Theory of Inheritance
  - The Animal Rights Controversy
  - Contributions of Cell Biology 
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Modern evolutionary theory is strongly identified with Charles Robert Darwin who, with Alfred Russel Wallace, provided the first credible explanation of evolution. This photograph of Darwin was taken in 1854 when he was 45 years old. His most famous book, On the Origin of Species, appeared five years later.
Figure 1-12 Modern evolutionary theory
is strongly identified with Charles Robert
Darwin who, with Alfred Russel Wallace,
provided the first credible explanation of
evolution. This photograph of Darwin was
taken in 1854 when he was 45 years old.
His most famous book, On the Origin of
Species,
appeared five years later.
Theories of Evolution and Heredity
We turn now to a specific consideration of the two major paradigms that guide zoological research today: Darwin’s theory of evolution and the chromosomal theory of inheritance.


 
     
 
 
     



     
 
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