This extended volume is arranged in two sections the first of which concentrates on particular groups of endangered species where molecular genetic approaches have been employed in the context of conservation. The second half addresses ecosystems and compares the population genetic features observed among diverse organisms inhabiting a particular region or sharing natural histories A concluding chapter on quantitative genetics further enhances this books treatment of the subject. Conservation Genetics : Case Histories From Nature offers conservation biologists current information on the significant role of genetics as applied to various aspects of conservation biology. Evolutionary and molecular biologists ecologists systematists naturalists and graduate student In-related fields will benefit from this volume timely examination of natural case histories and genetic approaches to conservation.
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