Looking for evolutionary information? Subscribe Systematic Biology

Paula Mabee mabee at SUNSTROKE.SDSU.EDU
Wed Oct 18 12:33:39 EST 1995

other relevant nets and interested people!

In the past 50 years the field of systematics has
grown to encompass much more than the classification of organisms.  It
comprises  the  study of phylogenetic relationships  among  organisms,
character  evolution, biogeography, and macroevolution.   Phylogenetic
thinking has been incorporated into molecular biology, ecology, devel-
opmental biology, and population biology, to name a few.

The  journal  Systematic  Biology publishes papers which  present  the
latest  advances  in phylogenetic methodology,  discuss  philosophical
issues related  to evolutionary tree construction and  classification,
and  provide examples of the applications of these techniques to  var-
ious  kinds of data.  Recent software and books are reviewed  in  each

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