Invertebrate Zoology: A Tree of Life Approach is a great choice for anyone who wants to know more about the phylogenetic organisation of invertebrate life.
What does this book cover?
This edition of Invertebrate Zoology: A Tree of Life Approach contains all of the morphological and anatomical references as earlier editions, but has a stronger emphasis on reorganising the phylogenetic relationships between different invertebrate lineages. It strives to synthesise the ideas of evo-devo studies, sequencing data and classical morphology.
Important features of Invertebrate Zoology: A Tree of Life Approach include:
About the Authors
Rob DeSalle is a part of the American Museum of Natural History’s Sackler Institute for Comparative Genomics. His research specialties are biodiversity and bioinformatics. Bernd Schierwater works at the University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover’s Institute of Animal Ecology and Cell Biology. There, he is working with next-generation biomonitoring techniques.
In Invertebrate Zoology, they work together to deliver the resources students need to understand the principles of materials engineering, analysis and design.