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Friday, October 9, 2009

Re: BRYONET: local endemics

BRYONET

Bryonetters with time to burn:

If you're interested in the evolutionary biology surrounding what
we've been discussing, you may find entertaining my audio interviews
with evolutionary biologists. I would recommend as relevant the
following episodes:
"Isolating Barriers"
"Changing Times in Species Exploration"
"The Uses of Trees".

Access them at:
http://www.csun.edu/~hcbio028/EvolutionReport.html

Each episode is about an hour and requires a fairly fast computer
line. I hope there's someone out there to enjoy these interviews.

--Paul Wilson
California State University Northridge

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