4 edition of Beyond heterochrony found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Miriam Leah Zelditch.|
|Contributions||Zelditch, Miriam, 1952-|
|LC Classifications||QH395 .B49 2001, QH395 .B49 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 371 p. :|
|Number of Pages||371|
|LC Control Number||2001023742|
Neoteny is the retention of the juvenile features in an adult animal. Genetic factors influence the degree of neoteny in individuals. Neoteny is manifested both behaviorally and physically. In the forward to “The Wild Canids” (Fox, ), Conrad Lorenz adds a few of his observations on neoteny and the problems of domestication:The problems of domestication have been an obsession with me. In this, the first major book on the subject in fifty years, Stephen Jay Gould documents the history of the idea of recapitulation from its first appearance among the pre-Socratics to its fall in the early twentieth century. Mr. Gould explores recapitulation as an idea that .
-M. L. McKinney () One of the joys of working in a renascent field is that it is actually possible to keep up with the literature. So it is with mixed emotions that we heterochronists (even larval forms like myself) view the recent "veritable explosion of interest in heterochrony" (in Gould's words in this volume). Heterochrony and Macroevolution. Heterochrony has long been invoked as an important agent in macroevolution (McKinney and McNamara ).Jablonski () provided an excellent overview of the role of heterochrony in macroevolution. Hanken and Wake () reviewed the role of miniaturization in macroevolution. Specific examples of heterochrony in producing major evolutionary Cited by:
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (xvii, pages): illustrations: Contents: The uses of heterochrony / Stephen Jay Gould --Classifying heterochrony: allometry, size, and time / Michael L. McKinney --Multivariate analysis / Brian N. Tissot --Shape analysis: ideas from the ostracoda / David W. Foster and Roger L. Kaesler --Phylogenetic. Testing the hypothesis of heterochrony in morphometric data: Lessons from a bivalved mollusk. In Zelditch, M. L., editor, Beyond Heterochrony: The Evolution of Development, .
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The book includes thorough analysis of the ontogeny and phylogeny of shape-for decades the very heart of studies of heterochrony-and also presents novel approaches with new hypotheses.
The hypotheses considered are as diverse as their analytical methodologies: each goes beyond heterochrony in a different way and in so doing, steers the Format: Hardcover. Heterochrony has been a dominant theme in the explosion of interest of evolution and development.
This book explores beyond heterochrony for the links between evolutionary and developmental processes, as well as the origins of morphological diversity.
Although the book presents a variety of views ‘beyond heterochrony’, it may not be the best introduction to the subject, as it does not confront one of the fundamental problems with the Author: K K Smith.
Beyond Heterochrony: The Evolution of Development. Beyond Heterochrony: The Evolution of. West-Eberhard's new book is one of the most extensive efforts to bring together what is known and. BOOK REVIEW Changing Times, Changing Places: Heterochrony and Heterotopy Beyond Heterochrony: The Evolution of Development.
Edited by Miriam Zelditch. Wiley-Liss, New York. pages. Cloth $ The odyssey of heterochrony is exceedingly cu-rious (Gould p.
Almost a quarter of a century ago a paper. Beyond Heterochrony: The Evolution of Development. Edited by Miriam Beyond heterochrony book Zelditch.
New York: Wiley‐Liss. $ xviii + p; ill.; : 0–– studying heterochrony shows little sign of abating. Beyond heterochrony book Second, there has been a recent interest in heterotopy, the study of evolutionary changes in spatial patterning. Heterotopy offers an interesting and important alterna-tive to heterochrony, but has barely been considered in.
Heterochrony can be divided into intraspecific and interspecific types. Intraspecific heterochrony means changes in the rate or timing of development within a species. For example, some individuals of the salamander species Ambystoma talpoideum delay the metamorphosis of the skull.
Reilly et al argue we can define these variant individuals as paedotypic (with truncated development relative to. [Book Review: Beyond Heterochrony: The Evolution of Development] Article in The Quarterly Review of Biology 77(4) December with 8 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Arthur Koestler CBE [*Kösztler Artúr] was a prolific writer of essays, novels and autobiographies.
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His early career was in journalism. In he joined the Communist Party of 4/5(9). Heterochrony can be separated into two different types: paedomorphosis (literally “child-shape”) and peramorphosis (literally “beyond-shape”).
A descendant organism, whether it be a descendant individual within a population or a geologically younger species, when compared with its ancestor, can show either “less” or “more” by: The book includes thorough analysis of the ontogeny and phylogeny of shape-for decades the very heart of studies of heterochrony-and also presents novel approaches with new hypotheses.
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Tim Dean develops a reading of Jacques Lacan that—rather than straightening 5/5(1). Heterochrony: the Evolution of Development Kenneth J. McNamara Published online: 5 June # Springer Science+Business Media, LLC Abstract Heterochrony can be defined as change to the timing or rate of development relative to the ancestor.
Because organisms generally change in Cited by: heterochrony occurs in two ways. terminal addition paedomorphosis.
terminal addition. faster development new forms added at the end. mechanisms of evolutionary change. heterochrony heterotropy heterotypy heterometry. heterochrony. change in time. heterotypy. change in type. heterotropy.
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Miriam Leah Zelditch. John Author: J Hoh. Background. Heterochrony, evolutionary change in developmental rate or relative timing of developmental events, plays a key role in the transformation of morphology in evolutionary time  and can play an important role in both the origin and evolutionary diversification of complex phenotypes [6,7].Heterochrony may occur at the level of the whole organism, or among phenotypic elements (thus Cited by: ""Pleasantly and clearly written [this book] has splendid diagrams that make their point brilliantly." -- New Scientist "McNamara explains the complex facets of evolutionary biology [such as heterochrony and paedomorphosis] in a delightfully clear and entertaining matter his engaging style of writing helps bring the reader into the fantastic world of by:.
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This book is an amended and somewhat Author: Michael L. Mckinney. Heterochrony, evolutionary change in developmental rate or relative timing of developmental events, plays a key role in the transformation of morphology in evolutionary time [1–5] and can play an important role in both the origin and evolutionary diversification of complex phenotypes [6, 7].Heterochrony may occur at the level of the whole organism, or among phenotypic elements (thus Cited by: "A basic restructuring of our economy is needed now," writes Betty Friedan in her latest book, Beyond Gender.
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