Evolutionary Biology

ISBN Number : 978-93-5202-045-4

Student Price : Rs.660

Student Dollar Price : 26$

Library Price : Rs.1350

Library Dollar Price : 54$

Book Edition : Third

Year of Publication : 2015

No. Of Pages : 528

Book Weight :712

About The Book

The aim to bring out this title is to make available the classical, unique and rare book to the readers. The book is designed for use in advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate courses in zoological, botanical and geological sciences. It will also be useful as a guideline to those working or teaching in evolutionary biology.

Book Content of Evolutionary Biology
CELL
1. CELL ORGANISATION
2. CELL MEMBRANE
3. MITOCHONDRIA
4. THE GOLGI COMPLEX
5. LYSOSOMES
6. ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM
7. RIBOSOMES
8. PLASTIDS
9. EXTRA-CELLULAR STRUCTURES
10. NUCLEUS
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
11. NUCLEIC ACID
12. RIBONUCLEIC ACID
13. PROTEIN SYNTHESIS
14. REGULATION OF PROTEIN SYNTHESIS
15. GENETIC CODE
GENETICS
16. MENDEL AND LAWS OF HEREDITY
17. INTERACTION OF GENE
18. CONCEPTS OF GENE
19. CHROMOSOMES
20. LINKAGE
21. CROSSING OVER
22. CHROMOSOME MAPS
23. MULTIPLE ALLELES AND BLOOD GROUPS
24. SEXDETERMINATION
25. SEX-LINKED INHERITANCE
26. CYTOPLASMIC INHERITANCE
27. MUTATIONS
28. HUMAN GENETICS AND TWINS
29. EUGENICS
30. INBREEDING, OUTBREEDING AND HETEROSIS
EVOLUTION
31. ORIGIN OF LIFE
32. EVIDENCES OF ORGANIC EVOLUTION
33. LAMARCKISM
34. DARWINISM
35. ED VRIES`MUTATION THEORY
36. ISOLATION
37. ADAPTATIONS
38. VARIATION
39. SPECIATION
40. THE GEOLOGIC TIME TABLE
41. ZOOGEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION
42. EVOLUTION OF HORSE
43. EVOLUTION OF MAN

About The Author

Dr. Mohan P. Arora is an experienced researcher and an ardent teacher. After taking his master degree from Vikram University, he joined the Mossfern Laboratory at Barlow Ganj, Mussourie as a scientist in 1970, and a year later, he joined Department of Zoology, M.M.H. (Post Graduate) College, Ghaziabad (U.P.) in 1971. He submitted Ph.D. thesis in 1977 under the UGC Teachers Fellowship. He has 34 years teaching experience. Since 1971, he is engaged in furthering his studies on Reproductive Endocrinology (Cytological approach). At present, he is continuing the same department in the capacity of Reader. He has guided several researchers in Avian as well as Reptilian endocrinology. He is a regular member and fellow of several societies and associations. He attended several international symposia. Apart from the present title, he is an author of several books.

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