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evolutionary biologyEvolutionsbiologie (ger.)

  • The branch of biology concerned with the evolution of living organisms; evolutionary theory as it impinges on other areas of biology; (more generally) an area of biology considered in the light of evolutionary theory. (OED)

    the apparent conflict between Evolutionary Biology and Christian dogma

    Mivart, S.G. (1874). Contemporary evolution. The Contemporary Review 24, 360-73: 364.


    These are the sort of questions which we must endeavour briefly to answer by the light of modern evolutionary biology, from the point of view of the function which each color specially subserves in the economy of the particular plant which displays it.

    Anonymus (1884). General Notes: Botany. Amer. Nat. 18, 622-9: 627.


    These are some of the evident advantages that bacteria possess for experimental research in evolutionary biology.

    Russell, H.L. (1893). Bacteriology in its general relation (continued). Amer. Nat. 27, 1050-65: 1055.

    Evolutionary Biology
    de Beer, G.R. (ed.) (1938). Evolution. Essays on Aspects of Evolutionary Biology.

    As soon as one goes beyond the level of purely descriptive structural biology, one finds two very different biological areas, which may be designated functional biology and evolutionary biology.

    Mayr, E. (1961). Cause and effect in biology. Science 134, 1501-6: 1501.


    Evolutionary Biology

    Dobzhansky, T. et al. (eds.) (1967). Evolutionary Biology, vol. 1; cf. Salthe, S.N. (1972). Evolutionary Biology; Futuyma, D. (1979/98). Evolutionary Biology.


    Untersuchungen und Diskussionen zur Evolutionsbiologie

    Eckloff, W. (1976). Untersuchungen und Diskussionen zur Evolutionsbiologie und zum Kommunikationssystem der Trophobiose zwischen formicophilen Homopteren (besonders Aphiden) und Ameisen unter Berücksichtigung der Beziehungen zwischen Aphiden und Dipteren.



    Kattmann, U. (ed.) (1978). Evolutionsbiologie. Wissenschaftliche und unterrichtliche Probleme.


    evolutionary biology The integrated science of evolution, ecology, behaviour and systematics.

    Lincoln, R.J., Boxshall, G.A. & Clark, P.F. (1982). A Dictionary of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics: 87.


    Die Evolutionsbiologie ist die Teildisziplin der Biologie, die sich der Evolution, ihrem Verlauf sowie ihren Ursachen und Mechanismen widmet.

    Toepfer, G. (2011). Historisches Wörterbuch der Biologie. Geschichte und Theorie der biologischen Grundbegriffe, vol. 1: 540.

Mayr, E. & Provine, W.B. (eds.) (1980). The Evolutionary Synthesis. Perspectives on the Unification of Biology.

Bowler, P.J. (1984/89). Evolution. The History of an Idea.

Lefèvre, W. (1984). Die Entstehung der biologischen Evolutionstheorie.

Tort, P. (ed.) (1996). Dictionnaire de darwinisme et de l’évolution, 3 Bde.

Weber, M. (1998). Die Architektur der Synthese. Entstehung und Philosophie der modernen Evolutionstheorie.

Pagel, M. (ed.) (2002). Encyclopedia of Evolution, 2 vols.

Sarasin, P. & Sommer, M. (Hg.) (2010). Evolution. Ein interdisziplinäres Handbuch.