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Molecular Markers, Natural History, and Evolution

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Published by Sinauer Associates .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Evolution,
  • Medical,
  • Genetic Markers,
  • Science,
  • Molecular evolution,
  • Genetics,
  • Life Sciences - Biochemistry,
  • General,
  • Biochemical markers,
  • Evolution, Molecular

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages684
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8127103M
    ISBN 100878930418
    ISBN 109780878930418


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About this book. This treatment of molecular natural history and evolution addresses the many biological applications for molecular genetic markers from the perspectives of population biology, natural history, and organismal phylogeny. This is the revised second edition published May Price Range: £ - £ Molecular data can distinguish homology from analogy 8 Molecular data provide common yardsticks for measuring divergence 9 Molecular approaches facilitate mechanistic appraisals of evolution 14 Molecular approaches are challenging and exciting 17 Why Not Employ Molecular Genetic Markers.

20 CHAPTER 2:The History of Interest in Genetic Variation Molecular approaches have opened new windows on a host of ecological and evolutionary disciplines, ranging from population genetics and behavioral ecology to conservation biology and systematics.

Molecular Markers, Natural History and Evolution summarizes the multi-faceted discoveries about organisms in nature that have stemmed from analyses of genetic markers provided by polymorphic. Molecular Markers, Natural History and Evolution summarizes the multi-faceted discoveries about organisms in nature that have stemmed from analyses of genetic markers provided by polymorphic proteins and DNAs.

The first part of the book introduces rationales for the use of molecular markers, provides a history of molecular phylogenetics, and /5(6). Molecular markers have opened exciting new windows through which to view the natural biological world.

This treatment addresses the many applications for genetic markers (from polymorphic proteins and DNA) from the perspectives of population biology, behavioral /5(13). Molecular markers have opened exciting new windows through which to view the natural biological world. In this book, John Avise addresses the many applications for genetic markers (from polymorphic proteins and DNA) from the perspectives of population biology, /5(6).

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The book concludes with a brief synopsis and commentary on the future of phylogeography. In some ways this book can be viewed as an update and expansion of chapters 6 and 8 of Avise's previous book, Molecular Markers, Natural History, and Evolution ().

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The spine remains undamaged. "This book was the result and was extended into other areas, like jumping genes that make up another 40 per cent of our DNA and have just been. Sinauer Associates, Inc. is a publisher of college-level textbooks and educational multimedia in biology, psychology, neuroscience, and allied disciplines.

A principle aim of molecular evolutionists is to identify and characterize the targets of adaptive evolution across the genome. However, to infer the action of selection, one must first refute the possibility that neutral evolutionary forces (i.e.

the 4 evolutionary processes other than natural selection) could have caused the observed patterns. Inhe published Molecular Markers, Natural History and Evolution, a comprehensive textbook on the application of genetic markers in ecological, behavioral, and evolutionary contexts.

In the late s, he was among the first to introduce mitochondrial (mt) DNA to population mater: University of Michigan. Avise, J.C. () Molecular Markers, Natural History and Evolution. Chapman and Hall, New York. The benefits molecular markers have conferred on the understanding of human evolution are highlighted and integrated with paleontological evidence.

Methods and Tools deals with techniques and models used in studying evolutionary biology, emphasizing the contribution of molecular biology and genomics to the phylogenetic reconstruction methods. A fully updated guide to the increasingly prevalent use of molecular data in ecological studies Molecular ecology is concerned with how molecular biology and population genetics may help us to better understand aspects of ecology and evolution including local adaptation, dispersal across landscapes, phylogeography, behavioral ecology, and conservation biology.

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Avise. Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog. Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication information provided by the publisher.InJohn Avise also played a leading role in this area of science with the publication of his book, Molecular Markers, Natural History and Evolution.

Newer technologies opened a wave of genetic analysis into organisms once difficult to study from an ecological or evolutionary standpoint, such as bacteria, fungi, and nematodes. Molecular.