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  1. Homoplasy: The Recurrence of Similarity in Evolution
  2. Levels of Homoplasy in the Evolution of the Mammalian Skeleton
  3. Homoplasy - 1st Edition
  4. Quantification provides a conceptual basis for convergent evolution
  5. Homoplasy: the recurrence of similarity in evolution

This innovative book is certain to provoke discussion of homoplasy compelling evidence for particular theories of evolutionary change The first book on this increasingly interesting subject Includes authoritative treatments from leading experts expressing a variety of viewpoints. Product Details Table of Contents. Table of Contents D. Wake , Foreword. Implications of Homoplasy: D.

Sanderson and M. Measures of Homoplasy: J. Archie , Measures of Homoplasy. Chang and J. Generation of Homoplasy: D. McShea , Complexity and Homoplasy.

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Foster, W. Cresko, K. Johnson, M. Tlusty, and H. Willmott , Patterns of Homoplasy in Behavioral Evolution. Endress , Homoplasy in Angiosperm Flowers. Sanderson and L. Chapter References. Subject Index. Methods to infer process-based convergence fit models of selection to a phylogeny and continuous trait data to determine whether the same selective forces have acted upon lineages. This uses the Ornstein-Uhlenbeck OU process to test different scenarios of selection. Other methods rely on an a priori specification of where shifts in selection have occurred.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Independent evolution of similar features in species of different lineages which creates analogous structures. Two succulent plant genera, Euphorbia and Astrophytum , are only distantly related, but the species within each have converged on a similar body form.

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