Avian Genetics: A Population and Ecological Approach

Edited by F. Cooke and P. A. Buckley



Pages: 488 pages
Publisher: ---
Edition: 1st, 1989
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0121875717
ISBN-13: 978-0121875718

Description

This study begins with the historical evolution of work in avian genetics, proceeding from a discussion of Mendelian (ie. classical) genes to explanations of the following:
Quantitative genetics
Chromosomal genetics
Biochemical genetics
Extensive treatment of population genetics
Key Features
* Avian Genetics begins with the historical evolution of work in avian genetics, proceeding from a discussion of Mendelian (i.e., classical) genes to explanations of the following:
* Quantitative genetics
* Chromosomal genetics
* Biochemical genetics
* Extensive treatment of population genetics
* Some examples of long-term studies

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