Population Genetics: A Concise Guide

Population Genetics: A Concise Guide

John H. Gillespie


This concise creation deals scholars and researchers an summary of the self-discipline that connects genetics and evolution. Addressing the theories in the back of inhabitants genetics and appropriate empirical facts, John Gillespie discusses genetic flow, traditional choice, nonrandom mating, quantitative genetics, and the evolutionary benefit of intercourse. First released to vast acclaim in 1998, this wonderful primer has been up-to-date to incorporate new sections on molecular evolution, genetic flow, genetic load, the desk bound distribution, and two-locus dynamics. This publication is critical for college kids operating in a laboratory surroundings or learning free-ranging populations.

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