Allozyme Electrophoresis: A Handbook for Animal Systematics and Population Studies

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Academic Press, 1986 - Science - 410 pages
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Inherited enzyme variations, studied using electrophoresis, can be used as markers for the identification of individuals, population structure analysis, the delineation of species boundaries and phytogenetic reconstruction. The purpose of this book is to describe, in a single convenient handbook, all the theoretical and practical matters relevant to those intending to use electrophoresis as a tool for answering such questions.

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Electrophoresis
15
Population Structures
31
Systematics
40

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M. Adams grew up in Texas. She came to California to the university and met her husband, a financial advisor. It was a love story from the beginning. They hated each other on sight and then married and lived happily ever after.

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