An Introduction to Population Genetics Theory by James F. Crow
English | 1970 | ISBN: 1932846123 | 608 Pages | PDF | 67 MB
This textbook, originally published in 1970, presents the field of population genetics, starting with elementary concepts and leading the reader well into the field. It is concerned mainly with population genetics in a strict sense and deals primarily with natural populations and less fully with the rather similar problems that arise in breading livestock and cultivated plans. The emphasis is on the behavior of genes and population attributes under natural selection where the most important measure is Darwinian fitness.