Mathematical Structures in Population Genetics

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Mathematical methods have been applied successfully to population genet ics for a long time. Even the quite elementary ideas used initially proved amazingly effective. For example, the famous Hardy-Weinberg Law (1908) is basic to many calculations in population genetics. The mathematics in the classical works of Fisher, Haldane and Wright was also not very complicated but was of great help for the theoretical understanding of evolutionary pro cesses. More recently, the methods of mathematical genetics have become more ...

Mathematical Structures in Population Genetics 1992, Springer, Berlin, Germany

ISBN-13: 9783540533375

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Mathematical Structures in Population Genetics 1992, Springer, Berlin, Germany

ISBN-13: 9780387533377

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