Geometry.Net - the online learning center
Home  - Basic_P - Population Genetics Bookstore
Page 2     21-40 of 127    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6  | 7  | Next 20
A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

         Population Genetics:     more books (100)
  1. Molecular Genetic Analysis of Populations: A Practical Approach (Practical Approach Series)
  2. Anthropological Genetics: Theory, Methods and Applications
  3. Population Genetics: Principles and Practices for Fisheries Scientists
  4. Population Biology: Concepts and Models by Alan Hastings, 1996-12-13
  5. A Primer of Ecological Genetics by Jeffrey K. Conner, Daniel L. Hartl, 2004-02
  6. Genetics, Demography and Viability of Fragmented Populations (Conservation Biology)
  7. The Genetics of Human Populations by L. L. Cavalli-Sforza, W. F. Bodmer, 1999-02-16
  8. Mammalian Dispersal Patterns: The Effects of Social Structure on Population Genetics
  9. Evolution and the Genetics of Populations, Volume 2: Theory of Gene Frequencies (Evolution and the Genetics of Populations) by Sewall Wright, 1984-06-15
  10. Theoretical Aspects of Population Genetics. (MPB-4) (Monographs in Population Biology) by Motoo Kimura, Tomoko Ohta, 1971-10-01
  11. The Driving Forces of Evolution: Genetic Processes in Populations by David Wool, 2006-10-30
  12. The Genetic Basis of Evolutionary Change (Columbia Biological Series) by Richard C. Lewontin, 1974-07
  13. Principles of Population Genetics by Daniel L. Hartl, Andrew G. Clark, 1989
  14. Population Genetics: Diversity and Stability by Yu.p. Altukhov, 1990-01-01

21. Introduction To Population Genetics
population genetics is the study of the frequency of occurrence of alleles within Traditionally, the study of population genetics involved the identification of different alleles
Introduction to Population Genetics
Other Topics in Genetic Diversity: Genetic Diversity Home Genetic Analysis in the Lab Measurements of Diversity Genetic Diversity ... Agriculture and Genetic Diversity Population genetics is the study of the frequency of occurrence of alleles within and between populations. Frequency information can be applied to a variety of population issues such as understanding the genetic basis and probabilities for disease transmission, developing breeding programs for endangered or agricultural species, and elucidating the evolutionary history of a species. Traditionally, the study of population genetics involved the identification of different alleles through observation of the expressed traits or outward, physical manifestation of a gene, called the phenotype . Mendelian genetics allowed population geneticists to identify the heritable form of a gene ( genotype ) including individual variants (alleles). Advances in molecular genetics - laboratory research on the chemical structure encoding the genes (DNA) - facilitated identification of single genes at the molecular or biochemical level. Regardless of the method used to identify genes and their alleles, population geneticists use statistical analyses of allele frequencies to understand and make predictions about gene flow in populations past, present, and future.

Includes description, features, sections about inheritance factor, mappings of the genes, molecular genetics, pathogenesis, diagnosis, clinical management and population genetics.

23. Human Population Genetics Laboratory - Publications
A., Ismail, M., Hammer, MF, CavalliSforza, LL, Underhill, PA Genomic Diversity,Applications in Human population genetics, 1997, chapter 7, pages 83-90 (pdf)
(Listed in order of year, then publication name.)
J. R. Luis, D. J. Rowold, M. Regueiro, B. Caeiro, C. Cinnioglu, C. Roseman, P. A. Underhill, L. L. Cavalli-Sforza, and R. J. Herrera
American Journal of Human Genetics , 2004, volume 74


Zhivotovsky, L. A., Underhill, P. A., Cinnioglu, C., Kayser, M., Morar, B., Kivisild, T., Scozzari, R., Cruciani, F., Destro-Bisol, G., Spedini, G., Chambers, G. K., Herrera, R. J., Yong, K. K., Gresham, D., Tournev, I., Feldman, M. W., Kalaydjieva, L.
American Journal of Human Genetics , 2004, volume 74

Rootsi S, Magri C, Kivisild T, Benuzzi G, Help H, Bermisheva M, Kutuev I, Barac L, Peri_i_M, Balanovsky O, Pshenichnov A, Dion D, Grobei M, Zhivotovsky LA, Battaglia V, Achilli A, Al-Zahery N, Parik J, King R, Cinnio¤lu C, Khusnutdinova E, Rudan P, Balanovska E, Scheffrahn W, Simonescu M, Brehm A, Gonçalves R, Rosa A, Moisan J-P, Ferak V, Füredi S, Oefner PJ, Shen P, Beckman L, Mikerezi I, Terzi_ R, Primorac D, Cambon-Thomsen A, Krumina A, Torroni A, Underhill PA, Santachiara-Benerecetti AS, Villems R, Semino O. American Journal of Human Genetics , 2004, volume 74, pages 1023-1034 pdf Semino O, Magri C, Benuzzi G, Lin AA, Al-Zahery N, Battaglia V, Maccioni L, Triantaphyllidis C, Shen P, Oefner PJ, Zhivotovsky LA, King R, Torroni A, L. Cavalli-Sforza LL, Underhill PA, Santachiara-Benerecetti AS

24. How Humans Evolved - Welcome!
A general introduction to natural selection and population genetics, human behavior and mating, and the fossil record. Includes quizzes.
document.write('') You're using a prehistoric browser!
The How Humans Evolved WEBBook makes use of JavaScript . You either have JavaScript turned off or you are using an old browser that does not support JavaScript.

25. Evolution
Software for Population Genetic Analyses Arlequin population genetics software environment able to handle large samples ofmolecular data (RFLPs, DNA sequences, microsatellites), while retaining the
This site is discontinued Click on the green URL to access and bookmark my new updated site.

26. Eccles Institute Of Human Genetics
Graduate program and current faculty research interests in the areas of developmental, disease, and population genetics; gene regulation; and genome science.
Dedicated in 1990, the George and Dolores Eccles Institute of Human Genetics is the focal point for genetic research at the University of Utah. The Institute houses several programs, including: Scientists at the Institute collaborate on genetics projects with faculty throughout the University. Much of the University's success in genetic research comes from working with Utah families. Because Utahns tend to have large families and keep extensive genealogy records, they are ideal partners for investigating human genetics. Learn more about the partnership between research scientists and Utah residents.

27. Mathematical Methods Of Population Genetics
Mathematical Methods of population genetics. This approximation providesa nontrivial and effective method of population genetics.
Mathematical Methods of Population Genetics
The mathematical methods of population genetics theory characterize quantitatively the gene distribution dynamics in evolving populations [1-3]. There are two types of models: deterministic and stochastic. Deterministic models are based on the approximation of an infinitely large population size. In this case the fluctuations of gene frequencies (in a gene distribution) can be neglected and the population dynamics can be described in terms of the mean gene frequencies. The stochastic models describe the probabilistic processes in finite size populations. Here we review very briefly the main equations and mathematical methods of population genetics by considering the most representative examples.
Deterministic models
Let's consider a population of diploid organisms with several alleles A A A K in some locus . We assume that the organism fitness is determined mainly by the considered locus. Designating the number of organisms and the fitness of the gene pair A i A j by n ij and W ij , respectively, we can introduce the genotype and gene frequencies P ij and P i , as well as the mean gene fitnesses W i in accordance with the expressions [1,2,4]:

28. Felix Breden
Associate professor in the department of Biological Sciences. Main focus is on the population genetics and behavoural ecology. Current research program, publications, model for minisatellite birth and photos.
Biological Sciences
Simon Fraser University
PhD. Chicago
Room SSB7142, (604) 291-5647

Behavioural Ecology Research Group
Current Research Program
Selected Publications

Taylor, J.S., Durkin, J.M.H., and F. Breden. 1999. The death of a microsatellite: A phylogenetic perspective on microsatellite interruptions. Molecular Biology and Evolution 16:567-572. Breden, F., Ptacek, M.B., Rashed, M., Taphorn, D., and C.A. Figueiredo. 1999. Molecular phylogeny of a live-bearing fish genus Poecilia (Poeciliidae: Cyprinodontiformes). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 12:95-104. Breden, F. and M. Bertrand. 1999. A test for female attraction to male orange coloration in Poecilia picta. Environmental Biology of Fishes 55:449-453. Taylor, J.S. and F. Breden. 2000. Slipped-strand mispairing at non-contiguous repeats in Poecilia reticulata: A model for minisatellite birth. Genetics 155:1313-1320. Taylor, J.S. and F. Breden. 2002. The inheritance of heteroplasmy in guppies. Journal of Fish Biology 60:1346-1350. Lindholm, A. and F. Breden. 2002. Sexual selection and sex chromosomes in poeciliid fishes. American Naturalist S214-S224.

29. Principles Of Population Genetics, Third Edition - Sinauer Associates, Inc.
Principles of population genetics, Third Edition. Chapter 1 presents thefundamental genetic and statistical concepts in population genetics.

30. AN: Description
One of the oldest American journals still published after 150 years. Includes ecology, population genetics, and populative research.
Since its inception in 1867, The American Naturalist has maintained its position as one of the world's most renowned, peer-reviewed publications in ecology, evolution, and population and integrative biology research. While addressing topics in community and ecosystem dynamics, evolution of sex and mating systems, organismal adaptation, and genetic aspects of evolution, AN emphasizes sophisticated methodologies and innovative theoretical synthesesall in an effort to advance the knowledge of organic evolution and other broad biological principles. Frequency: monthly. Two volumes/year; six issues/volume. Volume 161 begins January 2003. ISSN: 0003-0147. 145 pages/issue.
Editorial Board

Editorial Policy

Indexes and Abstracting Services for
The American Naturalist
Go to: AN Homepage Journals Division Homepage

31. A Primer Of Population Genetics, Third Edition - Sinauer Associates, Inc.
A Primer of population genetics, Third Edition. Daniel L. Hartl, Harvard University. Thebook is organized as a user s guide to population genetics.

32. Plant Pathology - ETH Zürich
Research on biocontrol, perennial and annual crops, and population genetics. Contains list of people, publications, and related links. Zurich, Switzerland.
To fully enjoy our pages you should use a browser
able to display frames!! Best experienced with
People Welcome to the
Plant pathology group
of the
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich Our address
Plant Pathology group
ETH Zentrum / LFW
Universitätstrasse 2
CH-8092 Zürich (Switzerland)
Fax: +41 (1) 632 11 08 Administration Mrs. Ulrike Rosenberger Phone: +41 (1) 632 38 48 e-mail:
Research Seminars Virtual Classroom Internal pages Fun Guest pages Links Weekly stats What's new ETH -Zürich Institute of Plant Sciences You are visitor since Oct 22, 1997 Last update Feb, 1998. Webmaster

population genetics Wikipedia, the free encyclopediapopulation genetics. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Lewontin(1974) outlined the theoretical task for population genetics.

34. Morgan Lab: Teaching: Biol 519
Dr. Morgan s notes for Biol 519, population genetics, at WashingtonState University. Morgan population genetics (Biol 519). Welcome
Morgan Lab: evolutionary genetics of plant reproduction MORGAN LAB


Population Genetics (Biol 519)
Welcome to the Fall, 2003, Popuation Genetics web site. Dr. Gomulkiewicz next teaches this course in Fall, 2004; I'll teach in 2005. Notes from and are available.
Contact: Accessibility Policies
School of Biological Sciences
... Washington State University , Pullman, WA, 99164-4236 USA
5 January, 2004

35. Danmarks Fiskeriundersøgelser, Afd. For Ferskvandsfiskeri
Research in ecology, management, evolution and population genetics of fishes. Special interests include lake ecosystems, salmonids, and the European eel.
This page uses frames, but your browser doesn't support them.

36. Morgan Lab: Teaching: Biol 519
More results from Introduction to population geneticsIntroduction to population genetics. Applications of population genetics.The statistical measures of population genetics add pieces
Morgan Lab: evolutionary genetics of plant reproduction MORGAN LAB


Population Genetics (Biol 519)
Welcome to the Fall, 2003, Popuation Genetics web site. Dr. Gomulkiewicz next teaches this course in Fall, 2004; I'll teach in 2005. Notes from and are available.
Contact: Accessibility Policies
School of Biological Sciences
... Washington State University , Pullman, WA, 99164-4236 USA
5 January, 2004

37. Laboratory Of Population Genetics
The Laboratory of population genetics (LPG) utilizes genetic analysisto gain insight into human biologic processes. Until recently
window.status="LPG Website"; LPG Related Links
  • NCI Center for Bioinformatics (NCICB)
  • Cancer Genome Anatomy Project (CGAP)
  • National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI)
  • PubMed
    Tools Table
  • CGAP SNP Index
  • SNP to Reference Sequence
  • Electronic PCR
  • SNP Analysis ...
  • HapScope The Laboratory of Population Genetics (LPG) utilizes genetic analysis to gain insight into human biologic processes. Until recently, genetic dissection of phenotypes had been largely limited to investigations in experimental organisms. The dawn of the post-genome era presents the opportunity to extend these investigations to humans. It is the major goal of this laboratory to exploit emerging resources and technology in order to understand the genetic basis of the complex phenotypes related to human cancer. The program focuses on both the development of the resources and methods necessary to achieve these goals, as well as the application of the methods in characterizing the molecular genetic epidemiology of disease. The LPG is organized around three inter-related areas: Human Genetic Mapping, Genetic Phenotype Dissection, and Experimental Organism Genetics. Directory, Administrative Information, Joint Project ...
  • 38. European Polecat, Mustela Putorius
    population genetics, feeding tactics, home range, activity, conservation and a bibliography with online abstracts.
    The European Polecat
    Mustela putorius En français Laboratoire d'Ecologie Animale Faculté des Sciences Thierry Lodé Breeding in Harriers Brown to dark brown in fur, the European polecat Mustela putorius L. 1758 has generally a yellowish patch on the face giving the impression of a bandit's mask. Polecats are bigger than weasels but exhibit an important sexual dimorphism ( = 1.75). Adult sizes vary from 350 to 450 mm (body length) and in weight 0.7 kg for females to 1.7 kg for males. M. lutreola conservation Related to the Mustelidae family (stoats, otters , badgers, skunks…) polecats are mainly nocturnal and individual animals with a home range of about 1 km . They shelter in cavities in stream banks or under tree roots. Formerly spread throughout the Western Palearctic, polecats are mainly found in woodlands, farmlands and wetlands. The species may breed once a year in May-June and after a gestation of 42 days, three or four pups are cared for by the female. Feeding mainly upon frogs, toads and bank voles, the polecats are also rat destroyers in the wild. Polecats seldom hybridise with the Steppe polecat ( M. eversmanni

    39. Population Genetics
    population genetics. Purpose Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man. Genotype/Phenotypechart. The Evolution and population genetics Educational Database.
    Population Genetics Purpose: What percentage of a population have inherited traits such as attached earlobes, widow's peak, and hitch-hiker's thumb? Do the percentages your class post in this collaborative project display the expected genetic statistics? This project is designed by Science Educators from Georgia State University who realize the need to collaboratively collect and analyze scientific data on a broader scope. The particpants may be science educators, or educators from other disciplines...since we all have inherited traits that are recognizeable easily described, and interesting to analyze. Procedure: We will observe and compile data on: Attached Ear lobes Cheek Dimples Tongue Curling Hitch Hiker's Thumb ... Cleft Chin Handclasping Widow's peak Right or Left Handed We will use the Inherited Traits Worksheet to record our observations in pairs, and then compile data for groups of ten. We will then post our data on the CLEO Online Collaborative Project.

    40. Population Genetics
    population genetics. an Online Collaborative Projectfor Teachers by Dr. Nydia R. Hanna. Begin Here.
    Population Genetics an Online Collaborative Project for Teachers by Dr. Nydia R. Hanna Begin Here

    A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

    Page 2     21-40 of 127    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6  | 7  | Next 20

    free hit counter