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978-0-19-854215-5 / 9780198542155

Evolutionary Genetics

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Publisher:Oxford University Press, USA

Edition:Softcover

Language:English

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Authored by an internationally prominent figure in the field, Evolutionary Genetics unites the molecular and population approaches to evolution to show how population genetics can be applied to real biological problems. It explores the mechanisms of evolution, covering basic population and quantitative genetics; evolutionary game theory; evolution of behavior; prokaryote evolution; evolution of genomes; sex, recombination, breeding systems, and sexual selection; speciation; and macroevolution. Throughout, science is viewed as a dynamic activity rather than a body of received doctrine, and current research is given a comprehensive treatment. End-of-chapter problems, with answers and explanations at the back of the book, along with computer projects, allow students to practice the skills central to problem-solving and model-making in population and evolution.

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