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By: Daniel L Hartl
221 pages, 94 figs, tabs
Explores the origin, maintenance and significance of genetic variation, with each of the four chapters focusing on the basic elements of population genetics and their application to real-life situations. Aimed at students, it includes problems for solution using authentic data, with fully worked-out solutions.
Part 1 Genetic variation: genetic and molecular essentials; types of polymorphisms; organization of genetic variation; inbreeding. Part 2 The causes of evolution: mutation; migration; natural selection; random genetic drift. Part 3 Molecular population genetics: molecular polymorphisms; patterns of change in nucleotide and amino acid sequences; polymorphism and divergence; molecular phylogenetics; transposable elements. Part 4 The genetic architecture of complex traits: types of complex traits; phenotypic variation; genetics and environment; artificial selection; correlation between relatives; quantitative genetics of natural populations; complex traits with discrete expression; quantitative trait loci (QTLs).
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