Books on Reserve for Genome 453

in the Undergraduate Library Reserve

All are 4-hour reserve:

A request has been submitted on 10/1 for these books to be placed on reserve at OUGL. They should appear there over the week or two after that. Some may be hard for them to get, so may not appear.

The library's list of the course reserve is here.

Call Number Author/Title/Edition My comments
QH 325
.L65
2000
Graur, Dan and Wen-Hsiung Li
Fundamentals of molecular evolution (2nd edition)
Good on molecular evolution material
QH361
.G7
1996
Greene, John C.
The death of Adam (revised edition)
Great at intellectual changes
going on before Darwin
QH365
.O2
1993
Darwin, Charles
On the origin of species
... or any other edition
(It's also free on line)
QH366.2 .F73
2007
Herron, Jon, C. and Freeman, Scott
Evolutionary analysis, 5th ed.
General evolution text with
a lot of fairly technical stuff.
Local authors.
QH366.2
.F87
2013
Futuyma, Douglas
Evolution
General evolution text
QH455
.G565
1998
Gillespie, John H.
Population genetics: a concise guide
A master of technical population
genetics tries his hand at
an introductory text (there
is also a 2nd edition)
QH366.2
.B483
2012
Bergstrom, Carl, and Lee Alan Dugatkin
Evolution
Recent evolution text. Local author.
QH 366.2
.E487
2007
Barton, Nicholas, Derek Briggs,
Jonathan Eisen, David Goldstein,
and Nipam Patel
Evolution
Recent general
introductory evolution text
QH366.2
.M3918
1995
Maynard Smith, John, and Eors Szathmary
The major transitions in evolution
Masterful discussion of some of the
major innovations evolution made,
and how they might be explained
QH366.2
.M392
1993
Maynard Smith, John
The theory of evolution
A concise consideration of many
aspects of evolution by a master.
Written is 1975
QH367.5
.B38
2013
Baum, David A. and Stacey Smith
Tree Thinking: An Introduction
to Phylogenetic Biology
More than we need but
most readable introduction
to phylogenies
QH390
.C43
2010
Charlesworth, B. and D. Charlesworth
Elements of evolutionary genetics
Two important population geneticists
give very detailed coverage of that
field. Fairly intensive.
QH390
.P34
1998
Page, Roderic D. and Eddie Holmes
Molecular evolution: a phylogenetic approach
Really nice on phylogenies and
molecular evolution, but alas, they
got mad at their publisher and
won't do an updated edition
QH455
.G565
1998
Gillespie, John H.
Population genetics: a concise guide
Introductory text by a
major theoretician
QH455
.N54
2013
Nielsen, Rasmus and Montgomery Slatkin
An introduction to population genetics: theory and applications
2013 introductory text,
good on coalescents
QH 581.2
W45
1977
White, M. J. D.
Animal cytology and evolution
Classic 1977 compendium of all
that was known about animal
chromosome evolution as of then
QK 981
S74
Stebbins, George Ledyard
Chromosomal evolution in higher plants
Beautiful concise and clear
book on evolution of chromosomes
QU 450
.H331p
2007
Hartl, Daniel L. and Andrew Clark
Principles of population genetics, 4th ed.
Competes with the Charlesworths'
book, Gillespie's book, and with
Nielsen and Slatkin to be the
standard intensive introduction
to population genetics