Literature

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V. Anthony Albert2005Parsimony, phylogeny, and genomics
G. Bertorelle, Bruford, M. W., Hauffe, H. C., Rizzoli, A., Vernesi, C., others2009Population genetics for animal conservation
M. Brasier2010Darwin's lost world: the hidden history of animal life
J. CRISCI, Katinas, L., Posadas, P., Crisci, J. V. {\'ıctor2009Historical biogeography: an introduction
A. Dubois2011The International Code of Zoological Nomenclature must be drastically improved before it is too late
A. Dubois1988The genus in zoology: a contribution to the theory of evolutionary systematics
D. Leslie Hawksworth2010Terms Used in Bionomenclature: The Naming of Organisms and Plant Communities: Including Terms Used in Botanical, Cultivated Plant, Phylogenetic, Phytosociological, Prokaryote (bacteriological), Virus, and Zoological Nomenclature
J. Hein, Schierup, M., Wiuf, C.2004Gene genealogies, variation and evolution: a primer in coalescent theory
C. Hine2008Systematics as cyberscience: Computers, change, and continuity in science
R. P. Keller, Lodge, D. M., Shogren, J. F.2009Bioeconomics of invasive species: integrating ecology, economics, policy, and management
A. Kontoleon, Pascual, U., Swanson, T. M.2007Biodiversity Economics
W. Kunz2012Do Species Exist?
P. Legendre, Legendre L.1998Numerical ecology.
J. Maclaurin, Sterelny K.2008What is biodiversity?
R. L. Numbers2009Galileo goes to jail and other myths about science and religion
R. A. Richards2010Species Problem–A Philosophical Analysis
P. N. Robinson, Bauer S.2011Introduction to Bio-ontologies
N. Russell2010Communicating science: Professional, popular, literary
R. T. Schuh2000Biological systematics: principles and applications
Cof Canadia Science2010Canadian Taxonomy: Exploring Biodiversity, Creating Opportunity
E. O. Wiley, Siegel-Causey, D., Brooks, D. R., Funk, V. A.1991The compleat cladist: A primer of phylogenetic procedures
J. S. Wilkins2009Species: a history of the idea
J. E. Winston1999Describing Species
Z. Yang2006Computational molecular evolution
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