Edited By: AHD Brown, MTC Legg, AH Kahler and BS Wir
520 pages, 60 illus
A guide to the current issues in this field, split into three sections. The first considers the kinds and amounts of genetic diversity found in populations of plants at the protein and DNA levels. The second focuses on the structure of genetic variation and the evolutionary processes that shape genetic diversity, whilst the third section discusses applications of population genetics in forestry, crop improvement and conservation and use of crop genetic resources.
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