400 pages, 4 b/w illus, 75 line illus
This book reviews current findings in comparative analysis of DNA sequences, and should be of use to botanists and zoologists involved in systematics/taxonomy and evolution.
"Valuable contributions. . .make this worth buying. . . .[Is] worth reading by any systematist, whether using molecular or conventional data." --Plant Science Bulletin
"A window onto the current state of the art of this field. . . .[Will] prove useful and interesting to evolutionary theorists, molecular biologists, and those involved in various genome projects. . . .A welcome addition to the library, reflecting as it does the integration of knowledge and an interdisciplinary approach to deep and interesting issues in biology." --Bio/Technology
"The contributors have taken on some of the most difficult problems in the phylogenetic analysis of DNA sequence data. This well-edited book is a timely statement of the science; I recommend it highly." --BioScience
"Captures the excitement that the increasing availablility of DNA sequence data is bringing to the study of systematics. I enjoyed the book. I learnt a great deal from it and would recommend it as a useful reference and e
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