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Genetic and ecological diversity : the sport…

Genetic and ecological diversity : the sport of nature

by Laurence Martin Cook

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Intended as an introduction to population genetics, this book concentrates on animals rather than plants and encompass patterns of genetic variablity and genetic change. The author contends that population genetics does shed useful light on evolution and concludes that further study of adaptive constraint is essential before we can properly comprehend evolution. He adds that there is good reason to suppose that population genetics can make a contribution through the study of locus interaction.

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