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Though not a formal textbook, this is not a popular book; it is a book, and very edifying. Maynard Smith and Szathmáry are professional scientists (mathematician and chemist respectively) and they focus on explaining all the important steps in evolution by giving an overview of the current (then-current: 1998) scientific status on the relevant topics. They continuously use jargon and, even while using much illustrations to make their points, are simply no story-tellers.
by John Maynard Smith, EÃ¶rs Szathmary. ISBN 9783827400222 (978-3-8274-0022-2) Hardcover, Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, 1996.
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Together with his mentor, John Maynard Smith, he has published two important books which serve as the main references in the field (The Major Transitions in Evolution, Freeman, 1995, and The Origins of Life, Oxford University Press, 1999). Apart from the aforementioned co-authored books, he has also published numerous papers in important journals, including Nature, Science, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, and Journal of Theoretical Biology.
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During evolution, there have been several major changes in the way that genetic information is organized and . A common theme in the book is that entities that could replicate independently before the transition can replicate afterwards only as part of a larger whole.
During evolution, there have been several major changes in the way that genetic information is organized and transmitted from one generation to the next. Why, then, does selection between entities at the lower level not disrupt selection at the higher level?