comparisons of host and parasite phylogenies.
explanation for energy equivalence in the scaling of body size and population density.
processes are traditionally overlooked in introductory biology courses (Catley, 2006), they are essential for overcoming a number of misconceptions (Padian, 2010).
David Sepkoski's admirable essay on macroevolution addresses both familiar (such as the pace of evolution and the ontological status of evolutionary units) and not so familiar issues (such as whether microevolutionary mechanisms explain macroevolutionary
Insects on plants: macroevolutionary
chemical trends in host use.
Gould (2002) indicated that the study of microevolution provides little, if any, information about macroevolutionary
Such small changes are called "microevolution." The Macroevolution Conference of 1980, however, decided that, contrary to theory, microevolutionary changes did not add up to macroevolutionary
consequences of developmental mode in temnopleurid echinoids from the tertiary of Southern Australia.
A systems-analytical approach to macroevolutionary
relationships of species of Drosophila melanogaster group based on mtDNA sequences.
(97.) Phyletic gradualism is a macroevolutionary
hypothesis rooted in the notion of uniformitarianism (see below).
This provides us with a way to estimate the age of human populations that is not necessarily linked to a macroevolutionary