Science – speciation.


Today’s issue of Science is on speciation. The papers:

Species Uncertainties
Robert M. May and Paul H. Harvey
Science 6 February 2009: 687.

Happy Birthday, Mr. Darwin
Andrew Sugden, Caroline Ash, Brooks Hanson, and Laura Zahn
Science 6 February 2009: 727.

The Red Queen and the Court Jester: Species Diversity and the Role of Biotic and Abiotic Factors Through Time
Michael J. Benton
Science 6 February 2009: 728-732.

Adaptive Radiation: Contrasting Theory with Data
Sergey Gavrilets and Jonathan B. Losos
Science 6 February 2009: 732-737.

Evidence for Ecological Speciation and Its Alternative
Dolph Schluter
Science 6 February 2009: 737-741.

The Bacterial Species Challenge: Making Sense of Genetic and Ecological Diversity
Christophe Fraser, Eric J. Alm, Martin F. Polz, Brian G. Spratt, and William P. Hanage
Science 6 February 2009: 741-746.

Is Genetic Evolution Predictable?
David L. Stern and Virginie Orgogozo
Science 6 February 2009: 746-751.

See also:


Elizabeth Pennisi
Science 6 February 2009: 706-708.

EVOLUTION: The Overwhelming Evidence
Massimo Pigliucci
Science 6 February 2009: 716-717.

Wallace Arthur
Science 6 February 2009: 717.

Time’s Stamp on Modern Biogeography
J. Alistair Crame
Science 6 February 2009: 720-721.

Signature of the End-Cretaceous Mass Extinction in the Modern Biota
Andrew Z. Krug, David Jablonski, and James W. Valentine
Science 6 February 2009: 767-771.

Sequential Sympatric Speciation Across Trophic Levels
Andrew A. Forbes, Thomas H.Q. Powell, Lukasz L. Stelinski, James J. Smith, and Jeffrey L. Feder
Science 6 February 2009: 776-779.


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