Fb2 Introduction to Conservation Genetics ePub
by Jonathan D. Ballou,David A. Briscoe,Karina H. McInnes,Richard Frankham
|Category:||Science and Mathematics|
|Author:||Jonathan D. Ballou,David A. Briscoe,Karina H. McInnes,Richard Frankham|
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (April 15, 2002)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1736 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1490 kb|
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David A. Briscoe Macquarie University, Sydney. Conservation genetics is the use of genetics to aid the conservation of populations or species. Worked examples are provided.
David A. Line drawings by. Karina H. McInnes Melbourne. r genetic management of small populations to retain genetic diversity and minimize inbreeding r resolution of taxonomic uncertainties and delineation of management units r the use of molecular genetic analyses in forensics and in improving our understanding of species’ biology.
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balance student need for clarity and brevity with the requirements of conservation professionals for detailed applications.
An outstanding communicator, his inspirational teaching enthuses students at all levels and reaches beyond the academic sphere through television appearances and popular level books such as Biodiversity: Australia's Living Wealth to which he contributed.
Richard Frankham, Jonathan D. Ballou, David A. Briscoe. Illustrated by Karina H. McInnes. it is beautifully put together and illustrate. anticipate that this book and its successors will be the standard text and reference for years to come. Charles E. Taylor Source: Conservation Biology. At last, a stand-alone text on conservation genetics. his important book should be compulsory readin. Source: Pacific Conservation Biology.
Introduction to Conservation Genetics. Briscoe, Richard Frankham, Jonathan D. Ballou. An outstanding communicator, his inspirational teaching enthuses students at all levels and reaches beyond the academic sphere through television appearances and population level books. Country of Publication. Place of Publication.
New Biological Books. Introduction to Conservation Genetics. By Richard Frankham, Jonathan D. Ballou, and David A. Briscoe; line drawings by, Karina H. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press. xxiii + 618 . il. index.
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