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|Genetics and the origin of species: An introduction||1-7|
|Origin of Genes||8-13|
|Transposable elements as sources of variation in animals and plants||14-21|
|Long term trends in the evolution of H(3) HA1 human influenza type A||22-28|
|Genes, people, and languages||29-34|
|DNA variation at the Sod locus of Drosophila melanogaster: An unfolding story of natural selection||35-39|
|Neutral behavior of shared polymorphism||40-44|
|Divergent and conserved features in the spatial expression of the Drosophila pseudoobscura esterase-5B gene and the esterase-6 gene of Drosophila melanogaster||45-51|
|A demographic approach to selection||52-57|
|Phylogenetics and the origin of species||58-65|
|Assortative fertilization in Drosophilia||66-70|
|Incipient species formation in salamanders of the Ensatina complex||71-77|
|Genetics and the origin of bird species||78-85|
|Vagaries of the molecular clock||86-93|
|Evolution of codon usage bias in Drosophila||94-100|
|The evolution of plant nuclear genes||101-108|
|Evolution by the birth-and-death process in multigene families of the vertebrate immune system||109-116|
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