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An Introduction to Molecular Ecology Paperback – 18 Dec 2003


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The authors and the publisher deserve a round of applause for producing yet another quality textbook. I heartily recommend the book to students and teachers in diverse areas of ecology, evolution, molecular biology, etc. (Journal of Ecogbiology, 2006)

This is a unique coverage of a growing research area. The application of biological techniques into ecology, such as gene mapping and fingerprinting, has brought a welcome sophistication into the analysis of populations and their interactions. A superb introduction to the area. (R. Davies, University of Chester, 2004.)

An excellent single text bringing together disparate but important branches of this academic subject. Well written, informative, topical, easy for students to use. (Dr W.O.C. Symondson, Cardiff University, May 2004.)

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Professor Trevor Beebee is a Reader in Biochemistry, in the School of Biological Sciences, University of Sussex. Dr Graham Rowe is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the School of Biological Sciences, University of Sussex.


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