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Harvard Univ. Boston, MA. Textbook provides an introduction to modern population genetics. Includes genetic and phenotypic variation, organization of genetic variation, random genetic drift, mutation and the neutral theory, Darwinian selection, molecular population genetics, and more. For students. Previous edition: c1999. DNLM: Genetics, Populations.
Table of Contents
Genetic and phenotypic variation
Organization of genetic variation
Random genetic drift
Mutation and the neutral theory
Inbreeding, population subdivision, and migration
Molecular population genetics
Evolutionary quantitative genetics
Human population genetics
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