Evolutionary Ecology:
Concepts and Case Studies

Charles W. Fox, Derek A. Roff,
Daphne J. Fairbairn, Editors
Oxford University Press, 2001

Contents

I. EVOLUTION FOR ECOLOGISTS

Susan J. Mazer and John Damuth, Variation in Phenotypic Traits

Susan J. Mazer and John Damuth, Evolutionary Significance of Variation

Daphne Fairbairn, Natural Selection in Nature

David Reznick and Joseph Travis, Adaptation Massimo Pigliucci, Phenotypic Plasticity

Len Nunney, Population Structure

Nickolas M. Waser and Charles F. Williams, Inbreeding and Outbreeding

 

II. LIFE HISTORIES

Derek A. Roff, Age and Size at Maturity

Frank J. Messina and Charles W. Fox, Offspring Size and Number

Marc Tatar, Senescence

Jan Pechenik, Life Cycles

Turk Rhen and David Crews, Sex and Gender

Steven Orzack, Sex Ratios and Sex Allocation

Douglas J. Futuyma, Ecological Specialization and Generalization

 

III. BEHAVIOR

Ann Sakai and David Westneat, Mating Systems

Udo M. Savalli, Sexual Selection

David Sloan Wilson, Cooperation and Altruism

Donald Kramer, Foraging Behavior

Hugh Dingle and Marcel Holyoak, Evolutionary Ecology of Movement

 

IV. INTERSPECIFIC INTERACTIONS

Dolph Schluter, Character Displacement

Peter A. Abrams, Predator-Prey Interactions

Curtis Lively, Parasite-Host Interactions

May R. Berenbaum, Plant-Herbivore Interactions

Judith Bronstein, Mutualisms

John N. Thompson, Geographic Dynamics of Coevolution

 

V. ADAPTATION TO ANTHROPOGENIC CHANGE

John McKenzie, Pesticide Resistance

Judy Myers, Biological Control

Phil Hedrick, Evolutionary Conservation Biology