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Charbel N. El-Hani 2. This paper reports the results of a comparative content analysis of three evolutionary biology and three vertebrate zoology textbooks, widely adopted in higher education biology courses in many universities of Latin and Anglo-Saxon countries.
Using techniques of content analysis, we performed a quali-quantitative documentary analysis of the textbooks, aiming at investigating the treatment and recontextualization of contents related to evolutionary developmental biology evo-devo and process pluralism.
Our findings indicate that the recontextualization of contents associated with process pluralism is still in an initial phase in textbooks of both disciplines, even though in a more advanced stage in evolutionary biology textbooks. Regarding evo-devo contents, recontextualization has already taken place in a more extensive manner, particularly in vertebrate zoology textbooks.
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The question has been studied in various ways and in this and the next section we shall concentrate on two ideas: one in which the attributes of the organisms may influence a taxon's probabilities of survival and speciation, and the other in which external ecological factors may show such an influence".
Each interaction is increasingly restrictive, and the decision made at each stage in the hierarchy further limits developmental fate". Causal relationships between development and evolution have also become the focus of research". E-mail: biowell hotmail. E-mail: charbel. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License.
Services on Demand Journal. ABSTRACT This paper reports the results of a comparative content analysis of three evolutionary biology and three vertebrate zoology textbooks, widely adopted in higher education biology courses in many universities of Latin and Anglo-Saxon countries.
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Charbel N. El-Hani 2. This paper reports the results of a comparative content analysis of three evolutionary biology and three vertebrate zoology textbooks, widely adopted in higher education biology courses in many universities of Latin and Anglo-Saxon countries. Using techniques of content analysis, we performed a quali-quantitative documentary analysis of the textbooks, aiming at investigating the treatment and recontextualization of contents related to evolutionary developmental biology evo-devo and process pluralism.
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