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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
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Evolution (Biology) -- Congresses.