Genetics on the population level. by Marianne Rasmuson

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Published by Svenska bokförlaget in Stockholm .

Written in English

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  • Population genetics.

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SeriesScandinavian university books
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LC ClassificationsQH431 .R259
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Pagination191 p.
Number of Pages191
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Open LibraryOL5867931M
LC Control Number62052978

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Hedrick. Population genetics by Knud Christensen. This note covers the following topics: quantitative versus qualitative genetics, Hardy-Weinberg law for gene frequency stability in large populations, Relationship and inbreeding, Estimation of breeding values, Inbreeding, crossing and bred structure, Chromosomes and chromosome aberrations, Genetics on hair and coat colour in mammals, Estimating- and.

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Hahn makes clear in the preface that his new book, Molecular Population Genetics, was created as a reference for practitioners. He emphasizes the need for a single, graduate‐level text that captures the most important contemporary methods and results of molecular population genetics.

We agree that such a text is : Chris C. Smith, Elizabeth S. Scordato, Scott A. Taylor, Silas Tittes, Daniela Vergara. A population that meets all of these conditions is said to be in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium.

Natural populations rarely experience Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium. Natural selection ensures that mating and reproductive success are not random, large populations are rarely found in isolation, and all populations experience some level of mutation.

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and will also present concepts and methods of population genetics that are specific to the study of human populations. The purpose of this book is to provide a basic background text for advanced undergraduate and graduate students interesting in the mechanisms of human microevolution’’—Provided by publisher.

ISBN (pbk. Abstract. Population genetics is the science of genetic variation within populations of organisms. Population genetics focuses on the origin, amount, frequency, distribution in space and time, and phenotypic significance of that genetic variation, and with the microevolutionary forces that influence the fate of genetic variation in reproducing populations.

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Hartl, D. and A. Clark. Principles of population genetics. 4th Ed. Sinauer. — I used to like earlier editions of this book, but Hedrick seems to be more interesting now. 6 Course goals Students will learn basic mathematical skills to understand theoretical population genetics.

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Adam, Eve, and Human Population Genetics; Evolution as a population-level phenomenon. Brian McLaren shares about his book, The Galapagos Islands: A Spiritual Journey, and about a theology that is informed by wild places and the scientific knowledge that helps us.

An equation used to find the allele frequencies in a population at Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium. For a two allele system, the Hardy-Weinberg equation would be (p + q) 2 = 1 or p 2 +2pq + q 2 = 1. Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium A state in which phenotypic and allelic frequencies remain constant from generation to generation in sexually reproducing.

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Genetics forms one of the central pillars of biology and overlaps with many other areas, such as agriculture, medicine, and biotechnology. Learn more about the history, biology, areas of study, and methods of genetics. to the population ecology related to forest trees.

Chapters 7 and 8 are devoted to the statistical developments which can directly affect tree breeding. Chapter 9 is a more detailed examination of population genetic theories related to forest trees.

Finally, chap- ter 10 considers research in forest genetics needed to fulfill the.Specifically, I am looking at a series single-nucleotide polymorphisms among a population, then need to estimate their intercorrelation among haplotypes and their association with longevity of those members of the population.

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