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Evolution, Development, and the Predictable Genome

by David L. Stern
Greenwood Village [CO]: Roberts & Company, 2011. 288 pages.

“In Evolution, Development, and the Predictable Genome, David L. Stern highlights recent path-breaking work in evolutionary developmental biology and experimental evolution, and makes the case for integrating population genetics and developmental biology,” writes reviewer David Leaf. Describing the book as “a superb compendium of recent key work in evolutionary developmental biology,” Leaf adds, “Although Evolution, Development, and the Predictable Genome is not written as an exposé of the follies of ‘intelligent design,’ readers familiar with the anti-evolutionary fallacies of ID will find a rich assortment of examples to counter the foolhardy claims of Jonathan Wells, Michael Behe, and their colleagues.”