Edited By: James R Brown
Comparative genomics is a rapidly growing field in biology with tremendous potential to advance both basic and applied research goals. Featuring contributions from international experts in the field, Comparative Genomics discusses methods for comparative genomic analyses. Advances in using comparative analyses to understand the evolution of major taxonomic groups of organisms, both inter-and intraspecific relationships, are covered in the context of understanding fundamental processes in genome evolution. In addition, the book covers applications of comparative genomics in such biotechnology-related fields such as bioprocessing, agriculture, and medicine.
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