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eBook Books a la Carte for Evolutionary Analysis (4th Edition) download ISBN: 032167703X
Author: Jon C. Herron,Scott Freeman
Publisher: Pearson; 4 edition (July 11, 2009)
Language: English
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Scott Freeman, University of Washington.

Scott Freeman, University of Washington. Jon C. Herron, University of Washington.

Authors Jon C. Herron and Scott Freeman should really be proud of this piece of art they have made. Well done Herron and Freeman, well done. Herron and Scott Freeman should really be proud of this piece of art . This book was required for me for an upper level Evolutionary Biology course, but it was very easy and interesting to read. The author includes several recent stories/cases that the reader can relate to, so it's not just a bunch of facts to read through.

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The design and art program have also been updated for enhanced clarity. About the Author: Jon Herron (University of Washington) is a dedicated teacher, author, and software developer.

Reading assignments from the textbook (see lecture schedule) will complement and supplement the lecture material. 4 BIOEE2780, FALL 09 LECTURE, TEXTBOOK READING, AND EXAM SCHEDULE Lectures: M, W & F: 10:10 – 11:00 AM Plant Sciences B45 Date Module Lecture Topic Chapter Lecturer Aug 28 F 1: Overview Welcome to Evolutionary Biology 1 Lovette (+ all) Aug 31 M 1: Overview Two themes in evolutionary thinking 1 Lovette (+ all) Sept 2 W 1

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Comments: (7)
Dream
This textbook was required for my Evolutionary Biology course and I found the readings to be very helpful. The material is taught using plenty of real-world examples so the relevance of the material is always apparent. The author does a good job of making the material accessible as well. I did find some of the explanations for the mathematical aspects (e.g. population genetics) to be a bit daunting, however. Otherwise, a clearly written, easy to understand book.
Kizshura
Currently I am reading this for a 400 level class at the university that one of the professors who wrote the book teaches at. I'm guessing that is the primary reason we are reading this text. So far, it is readable, but there is so much extraneous information, and not enough basic information. Generally when I see a bolded word I expect that sentence before or after to give the definition. In this book I find that the explanations of the words in context aren't enough, and I have to go to the glossary to get an actual, working explanation of the word. However, on the margins there are some (generally) excellent condensations of information in the adjacent paragraphs which help you grab the main concepts. Overall, it feels a little sloppy, like it's focused too much on examples and information overload instead of working on the basics and just supplementing with examples. But, if you're like me, it's a required text, and you can't really choose if you'll read this book or not.
Sudert
I didn’t realize when I purchased this book that it is not authorized to be sold in US....it is intended for sale in India/Pakistan only. I hope the book cops don’t come for me. Additionally, all the colored graphics are poorly reproduced in black and white, making some of the them Impossible to interpret...”compare the red line to the yellow line.” However, you get what you pay for, and for less than 30 bucks I am pleased with the book.
Gavinrage
As expected.
Ynneig
I do not give 5 star ratings on textbooks often, and am typically very critical but I can't deny that I am extremely impressed with this book. It is very well written, they are able to easily explain what is occurring during the stages of viral life cycles and thouroghly explain the statistics and graphs presenting in case studies and articles. It provides multiple case studies to support the claims they are making. So if one example doesn't work for you another will. I am normally not a textbook heavy user, in classes I prefer to pay attention to the professors lecture and slides and what they say but this book is so well written that it blasts my professors lecture out of the park. It is detailed and although each chapter is a little long the language is not overbearing enough that the reading is fatiguing. It is user friendly and hard to get lost in the lingo even 25 pages into a concept. Authors Jon C. Herron and Scott Freeman should really be proud of this piece of art they have made. I rented this book for a semester but I am almost certain I will buy it because it seems like a resource I would like to have on my shelf for reference in the future when I inevitably get assigned a book written by an idiot in the future. Well done Herron and Freeman, well done.
Cordantrius
I think this is a good book to help teach Organic Evolution to Biology students. The theoretical explanations are well supported by well-described examples. The content is well structured and the chapters are easy and pleasant to read.
Zamo
This book was required for me for an upper level Evolutionary Biology course, but it was very easy and interesting to read. The author includes several recent stories/cases that the reader can relate to, so it's not just a bunch of facts to read through. It contained all the information I needed for my course, plus more!
This is a well written book that clearly explains the basics of evolution by using clear examples and studies. I particularly like how the book peaks your interest by starting with HIV in chapter one. My only complaint would be the cursory treatment of the arguments against evolution. Intelligent Design and Creationism only got a few pages each. This doesn't really give you a strong foot hold when you are trying to have a discussion with someone who stands against evolution, because in order to have that argument, you really need to understand the basis of their argument. Also, I bought this book as an alternative to buying the newer, higher priced version for class, and I have noticed no point where I am missing relevant information.