Introduction to quantitative genetics

by Falconer. D. S


Publisher: New York,: Ronald Press Co
Language: English
Edition:1960
Pages:380

Description:
INTRODUCTION 1
Chapter 1 - GENETIC CONSTITUTION OF A POPULATION 5
Chapter 2 - CHANGES OF GENE FREQUENCY 23
Chapter 3 - SMALL POPULATIONS: I. CHANGES OF GENE FREQUENCY UNDER SIMPLIFIED CONDITIONS 47
Chapter 4 - SMALL POPULATIONS: II. LESS SIMPLIFIED CONDITIONS 68
Chapter 5 - SMALL POPULATIONS: III. PEDIGREED POPULATIONS AND CLOSE INBREEDING 85
Chapter 6 - CONTINUOUS VARIATION 104
Chapter 7 - VALUES AND MEANS 112
Chapter 8 - VARIANCE 129
Chapter 9 - RESEMBLANCE BETWEEN RELATIVES 150
Chapter 10 - HERITABILITY 165
Chapter 11 - SELECTION: I. THE RESPONSE AND ITS PREDICTION 186
Chapter 12 - SELECTION: II. THE RESULTS OF EXPERIMENTS 208

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