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Academic & Professional Books  Evolutionary Biology  Evolution

Evolutionary Genetics Concepts and Case Studies

Edited By: Charles W Fox and Jason B Wolf
592 pages, illus
Evolutionary Genetics
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The diverse field of evolutionary genetics is unified by two goals: to understand the impact that evolutionary processes have on genetic variation, and to understand the consequences of these patterns for various evolutionary process.

Research in evolutionary genetics stretches across a continuum of scale, from studies of DNA sequence evolution (Ch. 7 and 9), to studies of multivariate phenotypic evolution (Ch. 20), across a continuum of time, from ancient events that lead to current species diversity (Ch. 28), to rapid evolution seen over relatively short time scales in experimental evolution studies (Ch. 31).

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Edited By: Charles W Fox and Jason B Wolf
592 pages, illus
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Impressive compendium of essays ... I encourage evolutionary biologists of all stripes to read it. --BioScience

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