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  1. Joel Cracraft (2004). A New AIBS for the Age of Biology. BioScience 54 (11):979.
  2. Joel Cracraft (2004). The New Creationism and Its Threat to Science Literacy and Education. BioScience 54 (1):3.
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  3. Joel Cracraft, Jonathan J. Rhodes, Dennis C. Odion, Tania Schoennagel, Thomas T. Veblen & William H. Romme (2004). 1. A New AIBS for the Age of Biology A New AIBS for the Age of Biology (P. 979) Free Content. BioScience 54 (11).
     
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  4. Joel Cracraft (1998). Understanding Rarity The Biology of Rarity: Causes and Consequences of Rare: Common Differences William E. Kunin Kevin J. Gaston. BioScience 48 (3):219-221.
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  5. Beryl B. Simpson & Joel Cracraft (1995). Systematics: The Science of Biodiversity. BioScience 45 (10):670-672.
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  6. Joel Cracraft (1994). Evolving Species Concepts Evolution and the Recognition Concept of Species: Collected Writings Hugh E. H. Paterson. BioScience 44 (1):41-42.
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  7. Joel Cracraft (1994). Evolving Species Concepts. BioScience 44 (1):41-42.
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  8. Joel Cracraft (1993). Domains of Selection Natural Selection: Domains, Levels, and Challenges George C. Williams. BioScience 43 (9):641-642.
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  9. Joel Cracraft (1993). Domains of Selection. BioScience 43 (9):641-642.
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  10. Joel Cracraft (1992). Bizarre and Extinct The Early Evolution of Metazoa and the Significance of Problematic Taxa A. M. Simonetta S. C. Morris. [REVIEW] BioScience 42 (11):877-877.
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  11. Joel Cracraft (1992). Bizarre and Extinct. BioScience 42 (11):877-877.
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  12. Joel Cracraft (1992). Texts Fail to Evolve Evolution Monroe W. Strickberger. BioScience 42 (1):67-68.
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  13. Joel Cracraft (1992). Texts Fail to Evolve. BioScience 42 (1):67-68.
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  14. Joel Cracraft (1992). The Species of the Birds-of-Paradise (Paradisaeidae): Applying the Phylogenetic Species Concept to a Complex Pattern of Diversification. Cladistics 8:1-43.
    The phylogenetic species concept is applied for the first time to a major radiation of birds, the birds-of-paradise (Paradisaeidae) of Australasia. Using the biological species concept, previous workers have postulated approximately 40–42 species in the family. Of these, approximately 13 are monotypic and 27 are polytypic with about 100 subspecies. Phylogenetic species are irreducible (basal) clusters of organisms (terminal taxa) that are diagnosably distinct from other such clusters. Within the context of this concept, approximately 90 species of paradisaeids are postulated (...)
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  15. Joel Cracraft (1991). Evolution's Mixed Bag Process and Pattern in Evolution Charlotte J. Avers. BioScience 41 (2):112-113.
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  16. Joel Cracraft (1987). Species Concepts and the Ontology of Evolution. Biology and Philosophy 2 (3):329-346.
    Biologists and philosophers have long recognized the importance of species, yet species concepts serve two masters, evolutionary theory on the one hand and taxonomy on the other. Much of present-day evolutionary and systematic biology has confounded these two roles primarily through use of the biological species concept. Theories require entities that are real, discrete, irreducible, and comparable. Within the neo-Darwinian synthesis, however, biological species have been treated as real or subjectively delimited entities, discrete or nondiscrete, and they are often capable (...)
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  17. Joel Cracraft (1985). This Is the Way the World Ends... Or Is It? Catastrophes and Earth History: The New Uniformitarianism W. A. Berggren John A. Van Couvering. [REVIEW] BioScience 35 (5):310-311.
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  18. Joel Cracraft (1985). This Is the Way the World Ends… or Is It? BioScience 35 (5):310-311.
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  19. Joel Cracraft (1985). The Universe, but Not Everything Darwin's Universe: Origins and Crises in the History of Life Charles R. Pellegrino Jesse A. Stoff. BioScience 35 (1):55-55.
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  20. Joel Cracraft (1985). The Universe, but Not Everything. BioScience 35 (1):55-55.
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  21. Joel Cracraft (1983). Species Concepts and Speciation Analysis. In R. F. Johnston (ed.), Current Ornithology. Plenum Press 159-87.
  22. Joel Cracraft (1982). Aspects of Evolution The Evolving Biosphere: Chance, Change, and Challenge P. L. Forey. BioScience 32 (5):349-349.
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