Avian Genetics. A Population and Ecological Approach by F. Cooke

By F. Cooke

This research starts with the ancient evolution of labor in avian genetics, continuing from a dialogue of Mendelian (ie. classical) genes to causes of the following:

Quantitative genetics

Chromosomal genetics

Biochemical genetics

vast remedy of inhabitants genetics

a few examples of long term studies

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* Avian Genetics starts off with the ancient evolution of labor in avian genetics, continuing from a dialogue of Mendelian (i.e., classical) genes to motives of the following:
* Quantitative genetics
* Chromosomal genetics
* Biochemical genetics
* broad therapy of inhabitants genetics
* a few examples of long term reports

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