Author: Andrew P. Hendry
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
Category: Foreign Language Study
Annotation. Table of ContentsPrefaceIntroduction--The Salmonid contribution to key issues in evolution, Stearns and Hendry1. Life Histories, evolution, and salmonids, Schaffer2. The evolution of philopatry and dispersal, Hendry, Castric, Kinnison, and Quinn3. To sea or not to sea? Anadromy versus non-anadromy in salmonids, Hendry, Bohlin, Jonsson, and Berg4. Evolution of egg size and number, Einum, Kinnison, and Hendry5. Norms of reaction and phenotypic plasticity in salmonid life histories, Hutchings6. Ecological theory of adaptive radiation, Bernatchez7. From macro to micro-evolution, Kinnison and Hendry8. Evolution in mixed company, Taylor9. Salmonid breeding systems, Fleming and Reynolds10. Salmonid insights into effective breeding size, Waples11. Evolution of chinook salmon life history under size-selective harvest, Hard12. Conservation units and preserving diversity, Ford13. Toward evolutionary management, Young.