Introduction to Evolutionary Genomics Hardback
Part of the Computational Biology series
This book is the first of its kind to explain the fundamentals of evolutionary genomics.
The comprehensive coverage includes concise descriptions of a variety of genome organizations, a thorough discussion of the methods used, and a detailed review of genome sequence processing procedures.
The opening chapters also provide the necessary basics for readers unfamiliar with evolutionary studies.
Features: introduces the basics of molecular biology, DNA replication, mutation, phylogeny, neutral evolution, and natural selection; presents a brief evolutionary history of life from the primordial seas to the emergence of humans; describes the genomes of prokaryotes, eukaryotes, vertebrates, and humans; reviews methods for genome sequencing, phenotype data collection, homology searches and analysis, and phylogenetic tree and network building; discusses databases of genome sequences and related information, evolutionary distances, and population genomics; provides supplementary material at an associated website.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 461 pages, 55 Tables, black and white; 227 Illustrations, black and white; XXIII, 461 p. 227 illus.
- Publisher: Springer London Ltd
- Publication Date: 23/01/2014
- Category: Evolution
- ISBN: 9781447153030
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