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Coalescent Theory An Introduction

Monograph Out of Print
By: John Wakeley
220 pages, illus
Coalescent Theory
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  • Coalescent Theory ISBN: 9780974707754 Paperback Aug 2008 Out of Print #191672
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Coalescent theory provides the foundation for molecular population genetics and genomics. It is the conceptual framework for studies of DNA sequence variation within species, and is the source of essential tools for making inferences about mutation, recombination, population structure and natural selection from DNA sequence data. This monograph is intended mainly for biologists but it will also be of interest to mathematicians who wish to see how this branch of applied probability theory plays out in a biological setting.

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Monograph Out of Print
By: John Wakeley
220 pages, illus
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