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Author(s)
Huffman, M. A.; Chapman, C. A.
Publisher
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK
Citation
Primate parasite ecology: the dynamics and study of host-parasite relationships, 2009, pp 548 pp.
Abstract

In this 3rd edition of his book, Ford has included a large amount of new and recently published data of a generally similar nature to that in the earlier editions. He also discusses some quite new studies of polymorphism, such as those making use of the technique of starch-gel or acrilamide...

Author(s)
FORD, E. B.
Publisher
London: Chapman & Hall Ltd.,
Citation
Ecological genetics, 1971, 3rd edn, pp xx+410 pp.
Abstract

While readers of Animal Breeding Abstracts may be primarily interested in the applications of population and quantitative genetics to animal breeding, they will also be aware of the applications and implications of the same topics in the study of evolution. Indeed, it was largely the evolutionary...

Author(s)
METTLER, L. E.; GREGG, T. G.
Publisher
New Jers.: Prentice-Hall, Inc.,
Citation
Englewood Cliffs., 1969, pp xii + 212 pp.
Abstract

The development of starch-gel electrophoresis by Smithies has encouraged work by many scientists and led to many communications. The results are not to be underestimated: almost 900 publications have appeared in the last ten years alone in the field covered by Buschmann and Schmid in their book, ...

Author(s)
BUSCHMANN, H.; SCHMID, D. O.
Citation
Berlin and Hamburg: Paul Parey., 1968, pp 272 pp.
Abstract

Principles of Genetics by Sinnott and Dunn has been the outstanding general textbook of genetics since it first made its appearance in 1925.The third edition came out more than ten years ago, so that the fourth, for the compilation of which Prof. Dobzhansky has been recruited to the list of...

Author(s)
SINNOTT, E. W.; DUNN, L. C.; DOBZHANSKY, T.
Publisher
New York Toronto and London: McGraw-Hill Book Co. Inc.,
Citation
Principles of genetics., 1950, 4th ed, pp xiv + 505 pp.

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