p. 112 The graph above shows data from the Uganda Game Department: Brooks and Buss (1962).
p. 117 All this has been achieved with the bacterium Escherichia coli: Lenski E. coli research from Lenski and Travisano (1994). In addition, Lenski group publications are collected at http://myxo.css.msu.edu/cgi-bin/lenski/prefman.pl?group=aad.
p. 131 the celebrated scientific blogwit PZ Myers: http://scienceblogs.com/ pharyngula/2008/06/lenski_gives_conservapdia_a_le.php p. 133 The experiments that John Endler recounted: Guppies research from Endler (1980, 1983, 1986).
p. 138 Among those who have taken it up is David Reznick of the University of California at Riverside: Reznick et al. (1997).
p. 140 some zoologists dispute Lingula's claim to be an almost wholly unchanged 'living fossil': e.g. Christian C. Emig, 'Proof that Lingula (Brachiopoda) is not a living-fossil, and emended diagnoses of the Family Lingulidae', Carnets de Géologie, letter 2003/01 (2003).
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