SELF-ORGANIZATION IN BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS
by Scott Camazine, et al.
2003, 560 pages, 40 photos (8 color), 180 line illustrations. Broad in scope, thorough yet accessible, this book is a self-contained primer to self-organization (diverse pattern formation processes from sand grains to individual insects working to create sophisticated societies) and complexity in biology. Introduces readers to basic concepts and tools for studying self-organization and then examines numerous examples in the natural world. Award winning title (Choice and Assoc. of American Publishers). Paperback; 6 x 9″.
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