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Academic & Professional Books  Evolutionary Biology  Evolution

Natural Selection Methods and Applications

By: Mario A Fares(Author)
150 pages, 12 colour & 21 b/w illustrations
Publisher: CRC Press
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Natural Selection: Methods and Applications summarizes the knowledge in the field of methods to identify signatures of natural selection. A number of mathematical models and methods have been designed to identify the fingerprints of natural selection on genes and genomes. Such methods are provided in a simple and direct way so that students of different disciplines can navigate through molecular fitness landscapes using complex methods with a basic knowledge on bioinformatics.

A collection of the main methods to detect selection in protein-coding genes and amino acid sequences is given at different levels of complexity, from nucleotides to proteins and molecular networks. The importance of identifying natural selection in genes and genomes through the methods described in Natural Selection: Methods and Applications transcends the bioinformatics and computational biology fields, presenting applications for experimental biologists in a straightforward and understandable way.


- The Role of Natural Selection in Evolution
- Identifying Evolution Signatures in Molecules
- Modelling Evolution of Molecular Sequences
- Identifying Natural Selection with Molecular Data
- Inferring Functional Divergence in Protein Sequences
- The Influence of Recombination on the Estimation of Selection from Coding Sequence Alignments
- Why Proteins Evolve at Different Rates: The Determinants of Proteins’ Rates of Evolution
- The Network Framework of Molecular Evolution

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By: Mario A Fares(Author)
150 pages, 12 colour & 21 b/w illustrations
Publisher: CRC Press
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