Evolutionary developmental biology (evolution of development or informally, evo-devo) is a field of biology that compares the developmental processes of different organisms to determine the ancestral relationship between them, and to discover how developmental processes evolved. Evolutionary developmental biology, now regularly known as "evo-devo," is the study of the connection between evolution and development. The relation in the middle of development and improvement has been the subject of examination for a long time, and the section starts by taking a gander at some exemplary thoughts. Nonetheless, the subject has been changed lately as the qualities that control improvement have started to be distinguished. This part takes a gander at how changes in these formative qualities, for example, changes in their spatial or transient expression in the fetus, are connected with changes in grown-up morphology. The origin of an arrangement of qualities controlling improvement may have opened up new and more adaptable routes in which development could happen: life may have turned out to be more "evolvable."
Journals related to Evolutionary developmental biology
Journal of Phylogenetics & Evolutionary Biology, International Journal of Evolution, International Journal of Swarm Intelligence and Evolutionary Computation, EvoDevo, Evolutionary Developmental Biology, Evolution & Development, Developmental Biology, Evolutionary Applications, Organisms Diversity and Evolution, Evolutionary Ecology Research, Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution.