Literature

Authorssort descendingYearTitle
J. L. Bennetzen2009Biology and the beasts: individual investigator-driven research in the megaprojects era
G. Bertorelle, Bruford, M. W., Hauffe, H. C., Rizzoli, A., Vernesi, C., others2009Population genetics for animal conservation
R. Blaustein2009The Encyclopedia of Life: Describing Species, Unifying Biology
R. Bonney, Cooper, C. B., Dickinson, J., Kelling, S., Phillips, T., Rosenberg, K. V., Shirk, J.2009Citizen Science: A Developing Tool for Expanding Science Knowledge and Scientific Literacy
J. CRISCI, Katinas, L., Posadas, P., Crisci, J. V. {\'ıctor2009Historical biogeography: an introduction
A. Dubois2009Endangered species and endangered knowledge
A. Dubois2009Incorporation of nomina of higher-ranked taxa into the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature: the nomenclatural status of class-series zoological nomina published in a non-latinized form
M. Heads2009Darwin’s changing views on evolution: from centres of origin and teleology to vicariance and incomplete lineage sorting
M. Heads2009Inferring biogeographic history from molecular phylogenies
R. P. Keller, Lodge, D. M., Shogren, J. F.2009Bioeconomics of invasive species: integrating ecology, economics, policy, and management
S. J. La, Wheeler, Q., Jackway, P., Winterton, S., Hobern, D., Lovell, D.2009Accelerating taxonomic discovery through automated character extraction.
M. A. Mares2009Natural Science Collections: America's Irreplaceable Resource
A. McBirney, Cook S.2009The Philosophy of Zoology Before Darwin
W. R. Morrison, Lohr, J. L., Duchen, P., Wilches, R., Trujillo, D., Mair, M., Renner, S. S.2009The impact of taxonomic change on conservation: Does it kill, can it save, or is it just irrelevant?
R. L. Numbers2009Galileo goes to jail and other myths about science and religion
L. Packer, Grixti, J. C., Roughley, R. E., Hanner, R.2009The status of taxonomy in Canada and the impact of DNA barcoding
I. - H. Paik, Lim, J., Chun, B. - S., Jin, S. - D., Yu, J. - P., Lee, J. - W., Bhak, J., Paek, W. - K.2009The Korean Bird Information System (KBIS) through open and public participation
J. S. Wilkins2009Species: a history of the idea
D. Yeates2009Viva La Revolución! Designing the digital renaissance in zoological taxonomy
H. Zauner2009Evolving e-taxonomy
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