Advances in Cladistics: Proceedings of the First Meeting of the Willi Hennig Society
By Funk, V. A. and Brooks, D. R. (editors)
Pp. xii, 250; numerous text-figures (cladograms and maps). Pictorial white stiff wrappers lettered in red and in black, sm 4to. “Cladistics” (=phylogenetic systematics) has emerged as a powerful analytical tool in comparative biology because it offers the most informative (least ambiguous) summations of any set of biological observations presented in a consistent, testable, reproducible framework” (from the rear cover). The volume contains 13 chapters by notable authorities on cladistics. No ownership marks.
|Publisher||The New York Botanical Garden|
|Publisher Place||Bronx, NY|
|Date Published Estimated||No|
|Number of Volumes||1|
|Condition Description||Tiny bump to one front outer corner; a very bright and clean copy in near fine condition.|