An Introduction to Molecular Ecology introduces the latest molecular concepts and techniques, demonstrating how genetic markers and molecular tools can be used to answer a range of ecological questions. Blending conceptual detail with instructive examples, the book is an ideal resource for those needing to develop an understanding of the field. read more...
How do we know whether a particular species is monogamous or promiscuous? How can we monitor the illegal trafficking of wildlife? How can we differentiate between the many similar species making up a microbial community? An Introduction to Molecular Ecology introduces the latest molecular concepts and techniques, demonstrating how genetic markers and molecular tools can be used to answer a range of ecological questions, revolutionizing our understanding of ecological systems and phenomena. Blending conceptual detail with the most instructive examples, An Introduction to Molecular Ecology is an ideal resource for those new to the subject needing to develop a strong working understanding of the field. The book captures the broad scope of the subject, exploring the use of molecular tools in the context of topics including behavioural genetics, phylogeography, microbial ecology, and conservation. Online Resource Centre: The Online Resource Centre features the following materials: General resources BL Data files to support exercises posed in the book, to support active learning with real data BL Hyperlinked bibliography: online links to articles referenced in the book, providing ready access to the primary literature BL Figures from the book available to download, to facilitate lecture preparation read less...
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Imprint||Oxford University Press|
|Number of Pages||416|