Edited By: Jianping Xu
350 pages, illus
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This timely book describes the use of molecular techniques and bioinformatics to study the evolutionary genetics of fungi. The focus of the book is on the most recent advances and current theories in this highly topical area. Topics covered include the molecular methods currently used for typing species and strains of fungi, the selection of methods to address specific questions, molecular systematics, biogeography, population genetics, mitochondrial inheritance and evolution, drug resistance, mutations, model organisms, and much more. This is essential reading for scientists and researchers working in mycology and a recommended reference text for all science libraries.
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