Item description for Techniques in Molecular Systematics and Evolution (Methods and Tools in Biosciences and Medicine) by Rob DeSalle...
The amount of information that can be obtained by using molecular techniques in evolution, systematics and ecology has increased exponentially over the last ten years. The need for more rapid and efficient methods of data acquisition and analysis is growing accordingly. This manual presents some of the most important techniques for data acquisition developed over the last years. The choice and justification of data analysis techniques is also an important and critical aspect of modern phylogenetic and evolutionary analysis and so a considerable part of this volume addresses this important subject. The book is mainly written for students and researchers from evolutionary biology in search for methods to acquire data, but also from molecular biology who might be looking for information on how data are analyzed in an evolutionary context. To aid the user, information on web-located sites is included wherever possible. Approaches that will push the amount of information which systematics will gather in the
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.75" Width: 6.75" Height: 1.25" Weight: 2.11 lbs.
Release Date Jun 10, 2002
Publisher Birkhäuser Basel
ISBN 3764362561 ISBN13 9783764362560
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More About Rob DeSalle
Robert DeSalle is a Curator in the Sackler Institute for Comparative Genomics at the American Museum of Natural History. He lives in New York in Alphabet City.
Rob DeSalle has an academic affiliation as follows - American Museum of Natural History U Sa Division of Invertebrates Amer.