1. Introduction to Evolution,2. ChemicalOrigin of Life,3. Biological Experimental Evidences for the Chemical Origin of Life,4. Evidences in favour of Evolution,5. Homologous organs,6. Analogous Structures,7. Embryological Evidences,8. Palaeontological Evidences, 9. Geological Time Scale,10. Physiological and Biochemical Evidences,11.Lamarckism,12.Neo-Lamarckism,13.Darwinism, 14.Neo-Darwinism, 15.Darwinism Vs Neo-Darwinism, 16.Darwinism Vs Lamarckism, 17.Mutation Theory of De Vries,18.Modern Synthetic Theory of Evolution,19.Natural election,20.Stabilizing Selection (Normalizing Selection),21.Directional Selection (Progressive Selection),22.Disruptive Selection (Diversifying Selection), 23.Variation, 24.Genetic Variability,25. Isolation,26. Isolating Mechanisms, 27.Geographical Isolation, 28. Reproductive Isolation,29. Ecological Isolation,30. Seasonal Isolation,31. Ethological Isolation,32.Mechanical orMorphological Isolation,33. Physiological Isolation,34.GameticMortality Isolation,35. Cytological Isolation,36. ZygoticMortality Isolation,37.Hybrid Inviability Isolation,38.Hybrid Sterility Isolation,39.Hybrid Breakdown Isolation,40. Hardy -Weinberg Law,41. Explanation ofHardy -Weinberg Equilibrium, 42. Hardy-Weinberg Law and Evolution,43. Gene Pool,44. Gene Frequency,45. Species and Species Concepts, 46. Speciation,47. True Speciation,48. Phyletic Speciation,49. Allopatric Speciation,50. Sympatric Speciation,51. Parapatric Speciation, 52. Peripatric Speciation,53. Quantum Speciation,54. Mimicry, 55. Mimicry and Evolution, 56.Colouration,57. Colouration and Evolution,58.Adaptations,59.Cursorial Adaptations,60. Fossorial Adaptations,61.Arboreal aptations,62.VolantAdaptations,63.Desert Adaptations,64.Cave Adaptations, 5.Evolution of Horse, 6.Orthogenesis, 7.Evolution of Man,68.Ancestor of Man,69.Salient Features of Apes, Our Ancestors,70.Salient Features of Man,71.Difference between Apes and Mans,72.Similarities between Apes and Mans,73.Trends inhuman Evolution,74.Causes of Human Evolution,75. Evolution of an as Seen in the Fossil Record, 6. Animal Distribution, 7. Biogeography, 8. Zoogeography,79.Palaearctic Region,80. Nearctic Region,81. Neotropical Region,82. Ethiopian Region,83.Oriental Region,84.Australian Region,83. Glossary,
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