Molecular Markers, Natural History, and Evolution

Un libro in lingua di Avise John C. edito da Sinauer Associates Inc, 2004

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The second edition of this 1994 work features nearly double the number of references to scientific studies in this relatively new field (the bibliography is 120 pp.). Biological applications for molecular genetic markers are described in many contexts, making this a useful text for undergraduate and graduate students as well as specialists. Divided into background and applications, the nine chapters consider topics that include the history of genetic variation; questions of empirical refinement in the classical-balance debate; molecular techniques, including protein immunology, and electrophoresis; molecular markers in conservation genetics; phylogeny estimation; human forensics; kinship and intraspecific geneaology. Both taxonomic and subject indexes are provided. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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