Overall an introduction to population genetics theory and applications will be a welcome addition to the bookshelf of any aspiring biology student this is an ideal textbook for a short semester or quarter long population genetics course and i wholeheartedly recommend it furthermore practicing geneticists and bioinformaticians would benefit from the taste of population genetics that this . An introduction to population genetics theory and applications rasmus nielsen 35 out of 5 stars 13 hardcover 10295 only 19 left in stock more on the way next special offers and product promotions amazon business for business only pricing quantity discounts and free shipping register a free business account editorial reviews about the author james f crow born 1916 is . An introduction to population genetics is intended as a text for a one semester biology course in population genetics at the undergraduate or graduate levels the goal of the book is to introduce both classical population genetics theory developed in terms of allele and haplotype frequencies and modern population genetics theory developed in terms of coalescent theory. It presents the field of population genetics starting with elementary concepts and leading the reader well into the field it is concerned mainly with population genetics in a strict sense and. An introduction to population genetics theory james f crow motoo kimura burgess publishing company 1970 gentica de poblacin 591 pages 1 review models of population growth randomly mating populations inbreeding correlation between relatives and assortative mating selection populations in approximate equilibrium properties of a finite population stochastic processes in the
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