By Joanna R. Freeland, Stephen D. Petersen, Heather Kirk
Molecular Ecology, 2d variation presents an available advent to the various various facets of this topic. The e-book takes a logical and innovative method of uniting examples from quite a lot of taxonomic teams. the simple writing sort deals intensive research while making usually demanding matters akin to inhabitants genetics and phylogenetics hugely understandable to the reader.
The first a part of the booklet introduces the basic underpinnings of molecular ecology and offers a overview of genetics and dialogue of the molecular markers which are most often utilized in ecological examine, and a bankruptcy dedicated to the newly rising box of ecological genomics. the second one 1/2 the booklet covers particular functions of molecular ecology, overlaying phylogeography, behavioural ecology and conservation genetics.
The new version presents a completely updated creation to the sphere, emphasising new sorts of analyses and together with present examples and methods when additionally preserving the information-rich, hugely readable type which set the 1st version apart.
- Incorporates either theoretical and utilized perspectives
- Highly available, uncomplicated strategy and presentation
- Includes self-assessment actions with hypothetical instances in line with genuine species and sensible information sets
- Uses case stories to put the idea in context
- Provides assurance of inhabitants genetics, genomics, phylogeography, behavioural ecology and conservation genetics.
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