Table of contents for Speciation / Jerry A. Coyne, H. Allen Orr.


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CONTENTS
Preface
Introduction
1. Species: Reality and Concepts
The Reality of Species
Species Concepts
Why Are There Species?
2. Studying Speciation
The Problem of Speciation
Identifying and Measuring Reproductive Isolation
Comparative Studies of Isolating Barriers
3. Allopatric and Parapatric Speciation
Allopatric Speciation
Parapatric Speciation
Conclusions
4. Sympatric Speciation
Theory
Experimental Evidence
Evidence from Nature
Conclusions
5. Ecological Isolation
Habitat Isolation
Pollinator (Floral) Isolation
Temporal ("Allochronic") Isolation
Conclusions
6. Behavioral and Nonecological Isolation
Mating System "Isolation"
Behavioral Isolation
Mechanical Isolation
Gametic (Postmating, Prezygotic) Isolation
7. Postzygotic Isolation
Extrinsic Postzygotic Isolation
Intrinsic Postzygotic Isolation
The Frequency of Various Forms of Postzygotic Isolation
The Evolution of Extrinsic versus Intrinsic Postzygotic Isolation
Genetic Modes of Intrinsic Postzygotic Isolation
8. The Genetics of Postzygotic Isolation
Haldane's Rule
The Genetic Basis of Postzygotic Isolation
9. Polyploidy and Hybrid Speciation
Polyploidy
Recombinational Speciation
10. Reinforcement
The Data
The Theory
Alternative Explanations
Distinguishing the Alternatives
11. Selection versus Drift
Speciation by Selection
Speciation by Drift
Theoretical Criticisms
Recent Peak Shift Models
The Data
12. Speciation and Macroevolution
Rates of Speciation
Factors Affecting Speciation Rates
Species Selection
Appendix: A Catalogue and Critique of Species Concepts 




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Species