By: Jeffry B Mitton
240 pages, Figs, tabs
Explains the questions that geneticists hoped to answer by studying protein (enzyme) variation. Mitton reviews the extensive literature on protein variation, describes the successes and failures of the research programme, and evaluates the results of a rich and controversial body of research. It is a history of the research of genetic variation, as well as a useful analysis for all geneticists interested in the genetic structure and evolution of populations.
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