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Discusses the relevance of genetics to conservation biology, the practical resolution of the problems faced by practitioneers, and the recording of information for conservation and species management.
'The book will certainly be of use to those working in conservation, zoos, fisheries and forestry.' TREE 'This volume explores the relevance of genetics for the conservation of species, communities and ecosystems, emphasizing actual case histories.' Revue d'Ecologie 'This helpful book reviews case-histories of the application of genetic approaches of the conservation of natural populations of plants and animals.' Plant Talk, 1/97 '... it is clear that the journal has started well, and could eventually become the leading forum for the discussion of all aspects of population genetics in conservation science.' Nature, Vol.412 (2001)
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