Book review: What evolution is, Ernst Mayr, 2001
Dabbs, Gretchen (2004). Book review of What evolution is (Ernst Mayr, 2001). In: Lambda Alpha Journal, v.34, p.72-73
Book review of Ernst Mayr monograph on the development of the synthetic theory of evolution from Darwin to 21st century.
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