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Genetics of populations. 4th ed.


Genetics of populations. 4th ed.

Hedrick, Philip W.

Jones & Bartlett


675 pages




This fourth edition textbook on population genetics has been reorganized to focus more directly on its most significant material and integrates theoretical topics with experimental population genetics and empirical information. Intended for graduate and upper level undergraduate students, this edition includes new exercises and examples. Topics include general background, measures of genetic variation, genetic drift and effective population size, mutation, neutral theory and coalescence, and additional relevant material. The author is Hedrick (genomics, evolution, bioinformatics, Arizona State U.).

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