Ecological Genetics is a 1964 book by the British biologist E. B. Ford on ecological genetics. Ford founded the field and it is considered his magnum opus. The fourth and final edition was published in 1975.
|Author||E. B. Ford|
|Publisher||Chapman & Hall|
|ISBN||0412103206 (3rd edition)|
Ford's work was celebrated in 1971 by Ecological Genetics and Evolution, a series of essays edited by Robert Creed, publ. Blackwell, Oxford. This included contributions from Cyril Darlington, Miriam Rothschild, Theodosius Dobzhansky, Bryan Clarke, A.J. Cain, Sir Cyril Clarke and others.
- Papilio dardanus (the swallowtail butterfly that is the subject of chapter thirteen)
- "Ecological Genetics". Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. January 14, 2005.