Edited By: Thomas B Smith and Robert K Wayne
483 pages, B/w photos, line illus, figs, tabs
Molecular techniques are proving invaluable in determining the phylogenetic status of potentially endangered species, for investigating mechanisms of speciation, and for measuring the genetic structure of populations. This book lays out the principles and basic techniques, with case studies and examples.
This volume successfully conveys this putative statement in both theory and application, and it defines the future of molecular approaches in conservation biology.--Quarterly Review of Biology
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