Additional References


Section 2. Parsing the Fundamental Question in Evolution: How do Heritable Adaptive Novelties and New Groups of Organisms Arise? [1-13]

Section 3. Biomath: One + One = One [14, 15]; Ubiquitous Cell Mergers in Reproduction and Evolution

3.1. Symbiogenetic Origins of Eukaryotic Cells and Their Photosynthetic Lineages [16-72]

3.2. Symbiosis as an Adaptive and Evolutionary Stimulus; Speciation by Endosymbiosis and Mating Incompatibility [73-135]

       Symbiont effects on complex host phenotypes: [86, 91-101, 136-148]

3.3. Holobiont Evolution: Lamarckian Acquisition and Inheritance of Novel Traits [1-5, 125, 149-160]

Section 4.1. Abundant Examples of Speciation and Adaptive Radiations by Interspecific Hybridization and Whole Genome Duplications (WGDs) in Plants and Animals

Genome duplications in vertebrate origins [161]

Cichlids: [162-169]

Section 5. Widespread Horizontal DNA Sequence Mobility between Organisms [170-172].

            5.2. Lessons on Rapid Evolution from the Smallest Living Cells [106, 173-193]

Horizontal DNA Transfer across Large Taxonomic Boundaries [194-199]

Section 6
Genome Writing by Natural Genetic Engineering—Protein Evolution by Natural Genetic Engineering, Exon Rearrangements and Exon Originations

            6.1. The Modular Domain-Based Structure of Proteins [200-217]