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Suggested Citation:"Contents." National Academy of Sciences. 1997. (NAS Colloquium) Genetics and the Origin of Species: From Darwin to Molecular Biology 60 Years After Dobzhansky. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/5923.
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Papers from a National Academy of Sciences Colloquium on Genetics and the Origin of Species

 

 

Genetics and the origin of species: An introduction
Francisco J.Ayala and Walter M.Fitch

 

7691–7697

 

 

Origin of Genes
Walter Gilbert, Sandro J.de Souza, and Manyuan Long

 

7698–7703

 

 

Transposable elements as sources of variation in animals and plants
Margaret G.Kidwell and Damon Lisch

 

7704–7711

 

 

Long term trends in the evolution of H(3) HA1 human influenza type A
Walter M.Fitch, Robin M.Bush, Catherine A. Bender, and Nancy J.Cox

 

7712–7718

 

 

Genes, peoples, and languages
L.Luca Cavalli-Sforza

 

7719–7724

 

 

DNA variation at the Sod locus of Drosophila melanogaster. An unfolding story of natural selection
Richard R.Hudson, Alberto G.Sáez, and Francisco J.Ayala

 

7725–7729

 

 

Neutral behavior of shared polymorphism
Andrew G.Clark

 

7730–7734

 

 

Divergent and conserved features in the spatial expression of the Drosophila pseudoobscura esterase-5B gene and the esterase-6 gene of Drosophila melanogaster
Natalia A.Tamarina, Michael Z.Ludwig, and Rollin C.Richmond

 

7735–7741

 

 

A demographic approach to selection
Wyatt W.Anderson and Takao K.Watanabe

 

7742–7747

 

 

Phylogenetics and the origin of species
John C.Avise and Kurt Wollenberg

 

7748–7755

 

 

Assortative fertilization in Drosophila
Therese Ann Markow

 

7756–7760

 

 

Incipient species formation in salamanders of the Ensatina complex
David B.Wake

 

7761–7767

 

 

Genetics and the origin of bird species
Peter R.Grant and B.Rosemary Grant

 

7768–7775

Suggested Citation:"Contents." National Academy of Sciences. 1997. (NAS Colloquium) Genetics and the Origin of Species: From Darwin to Molecular Biology 60 Years After Dobzhansky. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/5923.
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Vagaries of the molecular clock
Francisco J.Ayala

 

7776–7783

 

 

Evolution of codon usage bias in Drosophila
Jeffrey R.Powell and Etsuko N.Moriyama

 

7784–7790

 

 

The evolution of plant nuclear genes
Michael T.Clegg, Michael P.Cummings, and Mary L.Durbin

 

7791–7798

 

 

Evolution by the birth-and-death process in multigene families of the vertebrate immune system
Masatoshi Nei, Xun Gu, and Tatyana Sitnikova

 

7799–7806

Suggested Citation:"Contents." National Academy of Sciences. 1997. (NAS Colloquium) Genetics and the Origin of Species: From Darwin to Molecular Biology 60 Years After Dobzhansky. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/5923.
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