Evolution books


Books on Evolutionary Biology

  • Aiello, L. & Dean, C., 1990. An introduction to human evolutionary anatomy. Academic press, London.
  • Avers,C.J., 1974. Evolution. (Harper & Row Publ.). 321 pages.
  • Bowler, P.J., 1984. Evolution: he History of an idea. Univ. of Calif. Press, Berkeley.
  • Cain,A.J., 1954. Animal species and their evolution. (Hutchinson’s Univ. Library). 190 pages.
  • Campbell, B., 1985. Human evolution. Aldine, New York.
  • Carrol, R.L., 1988. Vertebrate paleontology and evolution. Freeman, New York.
  • Colbert, E.H. Evolution of the Vertebrates. (Wiley Eastern Ltd.). 535 pages.
  • Colbert, E.H., & Morales, M., 1991. Evolution of the Vertebrates: A history of the backbones animals through time. Wiley, New York.
  • Conn, H.W., 1900. The method of evolution. Putnam’s, New York.
  • Conroy, G.C., 1997. Reconstructing human evolution: A modern synthesis. Norton, New York.
  • Darwin, C., 1962. The origin of species. (Collier McMillan Publ.). 512 pages.
  • Dawkins, R., 1986. The blind watchmaker. Longmans, Harlow, England.
  • Dobzhansky, T., 1955. Evolution, Genetics & Man. (Wiley Eastern Pvt. Ltd. 398 pages.
  • Ibid., 1970. Genetics of the evolutionary process. (Columbia Univ. Press). 505 pages.
  • Ibid., 1951. Genetics and the origin of species. (Oxford & IBH).320 pages.
  • Dodson, E.O., 1960. Evolution: Process and Product. (East-West Pvt. Ltd.). 352 pages.
  • Dodson E.O. & Dodson P., Evolution. (D.Van Nistrand Co.). 440 pages.
  • Dyson, F., 1985. Origins of life. Cambridge Univ. Press, England.
  • Eaton, T.H., 1970. Evolution. (Thomas Neleon & Sons Ltd.). 270 pages.
  • Emiliani, C., 1992. Planet earth: Cosmology, geology, and the evolution of life and environment. Cambridge Univ. press, England.
  • Endler, J.A., 1986. Natural selection in the wild. Princeton Univ. Press, NJ.
  • Fisher, R.A., 1930. The genetical theory of natural selection. Clarendon Press, NJ.
  • Freeman, S. & Herron,J. C., 1998. Evolutionary analysis. (Prentice Hall, Inc.). 786 pages.
  • Gillespie, J.H., 1991. The causes of molecular evolution. Oxford Univ. Press, New York.
  • Haldane, J.B.S., 1966. The causes of evolution. (Cornell Univ. Press). 235 pages.
  • Hedrick, P.W., 1983. Genetics of populations. Science Books International, Boston.
  • Huxley, J., 1942. Evolution: The modern synthesis. (Gregory Allen & Unwin Ltd.). 645 pages.
  • Kettlewell, H.B.D., 1973. The evolution of melanism . Clarendon Press, Oxford.
  • Kuppers, B-O., 1983. Molecular theory of evolution. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.
  • Kutters, G.S., 1987. The universe and life: Origins and evolution. Jones & Bartlett, Boston.
  • Li, W.H., 1997. Molecular evolution. Sinauer Associates, MA.
  • Lull, R.S., 1977. Organic Evolution. (McMillan Co.).
  • Maynard Smith, J., 1978. The evolution of sex. Cambridge Univ. Press. England.
  • Maynard Smith, J., 1999. Evolutionary Genetics. (Oxford Univ. Press). 330 pages.
  • Mayr, E., 1976. Evolution and the diversity of life. (Harvard Univ. Press). 721 pages.
  • Ibid., 1963. Population, species and evolution. (Harvard Univ. Press.). 453 pages.
  • Ibid., 1963. Animal species and evolution. (Harvard Univ. Press). 797 pages.
  • Michod, R.E. & Levin, B.R., 1988. The evolution of sex. Sinauer Associates, Sunderland, MA.
  • Minkoff, E.C., 1983. Evolutionary biology. (Addison-Wesley Publishing Co.). 627 pages.
  • Moody,P.A., 1962. Introduction to evolution. (Harper & Row). 527 pages.
  • Oparin, A.I., 1936. The origin of life on earth. (Oliver & Boyd. London).
  • Pianka, E.R., 1988. Evolutionary ecology. Harper & Row, New York.
  • Rensch, B., 1959. Evolution above the species level. (Methuen & Co. Ltd.) 419 pages.
  • Richards, R.J., 1992. The Meaning of Evolution: The morphological construction and ideological recostruction of Darwin’s theory. Univ. of Chicago press, Chicago.
  • Rose, M.R., 1991. Evolutionary biology of aging. Oxford Univ. Press, England.
  • Savage, J.M., 1969. Evolution. (Amerind Publ. Co. Pvt. Ltd.). 152 pages.
  • Savage, R.J.G. & Long, M.R., 1986. Mammal evolution, BMNH, London.
  • Shull, A.F., 1951. Evolution. (McGraw Hill Book Co.). 322 pages.
  • Simpson, G.G., 1965. The meaning of evolution. (Oxford & IBH). 364 pages.
  • Stearns, S.C., 1987. The evolution of sex and its consequences. (Birkhauser Verlag). 403 pages.
  • Stearns, S.C. & Hoekstra, R.F., Evolution: An introduction. 381 pages.
  • Stebbins, G.L., 1969. The basis of progressive evolution. (Univ. of North Carolina press). 150 pages.
  • Ibid., 1979. The process of organic evolution. (Prentice Hall of India). 269 pages.
  • Strickberger, M.W., 2000. Evolution. (Jones & Bartlett Publ.). 722 pages.
  • Volpe, E. P., 1977. Understanding evolution. (Wm. Brown Co. Publ.). 220 pages.
  • Wallace, B., 1981. Basic population genetics. Columbia Univ. Press. New York.
  • Wallace, R.A., 1973. The ecology and evolution of animal behavior. (Goodyear Publ. Co.). 548 pages.
  • White, M.J.D., 1978. Modes of speciation. Freeman, San Francisco
  • Williams, B.J., 1979. Evolution and human origins. Harper & Row, New York.
  • Young, D., 1992. The discovery of Evolution. Cambridge Univ. press, England.

INDIAN AUTHORS

  • M.P. Arora, 2000. Organic evolution. (Himalaya Publ. House). 332 pages.
  • Ibid. 1990. Evolutionary biology. (Himalaya Publ. House). 134 pages.
  • P.K. Gupta, 1999. Cytology, Genetics and Evolution. (Rastogi Publ.). 507 pages.
  • V.B. Rastogi, 2003. Organic evolution. (Kedar Nath Ram Nath). 482 pages.
  • P.K. Seth, 2003. Understanding evolution of man: An introduction to paleontology. (Kalpaz Publ., Delhi). 304 pages.
  • B.S. Tomar & S.P. Singh, 2000. Evolutionary biology. (Rastogi Publ.). 374 pages.

TAXONOMY BOOKS

  • Ernst Mayr, 1969. Principles of systematic zoology. (Tata McGraw Hill Publ. Co.). 428 pages.
  • Ibid. 1942. Systematics and the origin of species. (Columbia Univ. Press).
  • Mayr, E. & P.D. Ashlock, 1991. Principles of systematic zoology. (McGraw Hill Publ.). 475 pages.
  • G.G. Simpson, 1961. Principles of animal taxonomy. (Columbia Univ. press). 247 pages.
  • Mayr, Linsley & Usinger, Methods and principles of systematic zoology.
  • V.C. Kapoor, 1983. Theory and practice of animal taxonomy. (Oxford & IBH co.) 220 pages.

ZOOGEOGRAPHY BOOKS

  • P.J. Darlington, 1957. The zoogeography: The geographical distribution of animals. (Wiley Publ. New York). 675 pages.
  • Wilma George, 1962. Animal geography. (Heinemann edu. Books Ltd.). 142 pages.
  • A.R. Wallace, 1962. The geographical distribution of animals. (Hafner Publ. Co.). 503 pages.