Edited By: Montgomery Slatkin and Michel Veuille
264 pages, Figs, tabs
Contains chapters by leading population geneticists that summarise many of the recent developments in population genetics theory and its application to genetic data.
M Veuille and M Slatkin: Introduction; 2: Michel Gillois: The scientific work of Gustave Malecot (1911-1998), our common heritage; 3: Newton E Morton: Applications and extensions of Malecot's work in human genetics; 4: Tomoko Ohta: Usefulness of the identity coefficients for assessing evolutionary forces; 5: Naoyuki Takahata and Yoko Satta: Pre-speciation coalescence and the effective size of ancestral populations; 6: Wolfgang Stephan and Yuseob Kim: Recent applications of diffusion theory to population genetics; 7: R C Griffiths: Ancestral inference from gene trees; 8: Joseph Felsenstein: Contrast for a within-species comparative method; 9: Noah Rosenberg and Marcus Feldman: The relationship between coalscence times and population divergence times; 10: Bryan K Epperson: Spatio-temporal properties of gene genealogies in geographically structured populations; 11: Warren Ewens and Norman Kaplan: Linkage analysis and coalescents; 12: Magnus Nordborg and Stephen M Krone: Separation of time scales and convergence to the coalescent in structured populations; 13: Montgomery Slatkin: The age of alleles
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