Table of contents for In the light of evolution / John C. Avise and Francisco J. Ayala, editors.

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Contents
Preface to the ILE Series	
Preface to ILE I: Adaptation and Complex Design	
PART I: Introductory Essay
1	Darwin¿s Greatest Discovery: Design Without Designer	
	Francisco J. Ayala
PART II: EPISTEMOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO BIOCOMPLEXITY ASSESSMENT
2	Functional Information and the Emergence of Biocomplexity	
Robert M. Hazen, Patrick L. Griffin, James M. Carothers, and Jack W. Szostak
3	The Theory of Facilitated Variation	
	John Gerhart and Marc Kirschner
4	Between ¿Design¿ and ¿Bricolage¿: Genetic Networks, Levels of Selection, and Adaptive Evolution	
	Adam S. Wilkins
5	The Frailty of Adaptive Hypotheses for the Origins of Organismal Complexity	
	Michael Lynch
PART III: FROM INDIVIDUAL ONTOGENY TO SYMBIOSIS: A HIERARCHY OF COMPLEXITY
6	Emerging Principles of Regulatory Evolution	
	Benjamin Prud¿homme, Nicolas Gompel, and Sean B. Carroll
7	Evolution of Individuality During the Transition from Unicellular to Multicellular Life	
	Richard E. Michod
8	Insect Societies as Divided Organisms: The Complexities of Purpose and Cross-Purpose	
	Joan E. Strassmann and David C. Queller
9	Symbiosis as an Adaptive Process and Source of Phenotypic Complexity	
	Nancy A. Moran
PART IV: CASE STUDIES: DISSECTING COMPLEX PHENOTYPES
10	Adaptive Evolution of Color Vision as Seen Through the Eyes of Butterflies	
Francesca D. Frentiu, Gary D. Bernard, Cristina I. Cuevas, Marilou P. Sison-Mangus, Kathleen L. Prudic, and Adriana D. Briscoe
11	Plant Domestication, a Unique Opportunity to Identify the Genetic Basis of Adaptation	
	Jeffrey Ross-Ibarra, Peter L. Morrell, and Brandon S. Gaut
12	An Experimental Test of Evolutionary Trade-Offs During Temperature Adaptation
	Albert F. Bennett and Richard E. Lenski
13	Two Routes to Functional Adaptation: Tibetan and Andean High-Altitude Natives	
	Cynthia M. Beall
14	On the Origin and Evolutionary Diversification of Beetle Horns	
	Douglas J. Emlen, Laura Corley Lavine, and Ben Ewen-Campen
PART V: CONCLUDING ESSAY
15	Biological Design in Science Classrooms	
	Eugenie C. Scott and Nicholas J. Matzke
References
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Evolution (Biology) -- Congresses.