By F. Cooke,P. A. Buckley
This booklet experiences the ecology, demography, habit, and geographical distribution of birds; the textual content additionally discusses quantitative, chromosomal, biochemical, and inhabitants genetics. half I experiences some of the genetic interactions, together with an research of DNA series edition. the several and more moderen concepts are in comparison corresponding to the works of Sibley, Quinn, and White. half II describes the molding genetic version and covers themes corresponding to inbreeding; gene movement and the genetic constitution of populations; non-random mating; and the method of choice in usual populations of birds. half III covers real genetic case histories, together with quantitative ecological genetics of serious knockers; genetic evolution of apartment sparrows; and presentation of proof for sexual choice by way of lady selection within the Arctic Skua. This ebook additionally offers destiny learn in topics reminiscent of the neutrality-selection controversy or genetics and conservation.
This textual content may be valuable for ecologists, ornithologists, animal conservationists, and inhabitants biologists learning birds.
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