Journal or Book Title
The Quarterly Review of Biology
The past 35 years have witnessed a revolution in evolutionary genetics that, like the proverbial The Little Engine that Could going over the mountain pass, shows no signs of slowing, much less stopping. To a considerable extent, we owe much to one per son, Richard Lewontin, for getting this little train over the hump and conducting it while the masses have shoveled coal into the boiler. Indeed, few have had such a substantive and pervasive impact on evolutionary biology in general, and so this edited volume is a welcome and well-deserved tribute to the powerful and varied influence of Lewontin on the fast-growing, important discipline of evolutionary genetics.
The University of Chicago Press
Janzen, Fredric J., "Evolutionary Genetics: From Molecules to Morphology" (2001). Zoology and Genetics Publications. 2.