An Introduction to Population Genetics: Theory and Applications
“This book is the first textbook I have encountered that takes the coalescent as an integrated, normal aspect of modern population genetics. … for anyone wanting to teach this subject, or indeed learn it, Nielsen and Slatkin's recent book presents a refreshingly modern synthesis.”
—Julia Sigwart, Systematic Biology
“Overall, An Introduction to Population Genetics: Theory and Applications will be a welcome addition to the bookshelf of any aspiring biology student. This is an ideal textbook for a short semester or quarter-long population genetics course, and I wholeheartedly recommend it. Furthermore, practicing geneticists and bioinformaticians would benefit from the taste of population genetics that this volume offers.”
—Joseph Lachance, The Quarterly Review of Biology
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