Edited By: Susan Mopper and Sharon Y Strauss
449 pages, Figs, tabs
Providing a foundation for evolutionary theory, this volume examines patterns of genetic variation within natural insect populations, and explores the underlying mechanisms that lead to the genetic divergence of coexisting organisms. In particular, the text investigates current research on finescale genetic structure.
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