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Yale Alumni Magazine, May. www. html. D A R W I N ’ S O T H E R M I S TA K E • 13 This Page Left Intentionally Blank 2 THE IMPORTANCE OF EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES IN EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY Douglas J. Futuyma and Albert F. , and Michael R. Rose. Copyright © by the Regents of the University of California. All rights of reproduction in any form reserved. 15 METHODS OF STUDYING EVOLUTION Experimental studies complement the several other major approaches to analyzing evolutionary processes. Each approach has both advantages and limitations.
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Experimental evolution : concepts, methods, and applications of selection experiments by Theodore Garland Jr., Michael R. Rose