Volume 12 : October 1999 – October 2003
- Vol.12, No.6, Table of Contents.
- Vol.12, No.1, 1-22, S. Pearre, Jr., What's in a niche? I. the usefulness of prey-size spectra.
- Vol.12, No.1, 23-38, S. Pearre, Jr., What's in a niche? II. Responses of trophic niche indices to simulated and actual prey distributions and sampling regimes.
- Vol.12, No.2, 39-45, L. Werdelin, A. Nilsonne and M. Fortelius, Testicondy and ecological opportunism predict the rapid evolution of elephants.
- Vol.12, No.2, 47-48, F.G. Costa, Only one seeking sex: The best strategy for sexual meeting.
- Vol.12, No.3, 49-88, W.H. Blackwell and M.J. Powell, A review of group filiation of Stramenopiles, additional approaches to the question.
- Vol.12, No.3, 89-90, G. Strkalj, Form: A terminological suggestion for the study of human variation.
- Vol.12, No.4, 91-98, N.K. Johnson, The role of pigments and structural colors in the evolutionary origin of feathers.
- Vol.12, No.4, 99-100, L. Van Valen, The last third of Mendel's paper.
- Vol.12, No.5, 101-128, L. Van Valen, How did rodents and lagomorphs (Mammalia) originate?
- Vol.12, No.5, 129-130, L. Van Valen, Prokaryote phylogenies, lateral transfer and ontic-epistemic confusion.
- Vol.12, No.6, 131-154, L. Van Valen, Ovarian excess and the evolution of menopause.
- Vol.12, No.6, 155-157, L. Van Valen, Fitness - Scalar or Vector?
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