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Genes in the Environment: 15th Special Symposium of the British Ecological Society (Symposia of the British Ecological Society) download ebook

by Rosie Hails,John Beringer,H. Charles Godfray

Genes in the Environment: 15th Special Symposium of the British Ecological Society (Symposia of the British Ecological Society) download ebook
ISBN:
0632065079
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978-0632065073
Author:
Rosie Hails,John Beringer,H. Charles Godfray
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Cambridge University Press; 1st edition (September 9, 2003)
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336 pages
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Malden (Massachusetts): Blackwell Publishing. xviii + 336 p + 1 pl; il. index. ISBN: 0–632–06507–9 (hc); 0–632–06508–7 (pb). Applied Biology & Biomedical Engineering, RoseHulman Institute of Technology, Terre Haute, Indiana.

These techniques, central to ecology, provide valuable new tools for addressing complex ecological questions and considerable insights into our understanding of the dynamics of populations and communities. A diver se range of topics is covered, including community dynamics in soils and water, gene flow and spatial dynamics, and the evolution of the pathogenic and symbiotic relationships.

Rosie is chair of the Advisory Committee on Releases to the Environment (ACRE) and a member of the . Support our mission and help develop the next generation of ecologists by donating to the British Ecological Society.

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Series: Symposia of the British Ecological Society. Paperback: 480 pages.

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Symposia of the British Ecological Society. Dr Rosie Hails is an ecologist interested in the risk assessment of genetically modified organisms

Symposia of the British Ecological Society. Dr Rosie Hails is an ecologist interested in the risk assessment of genetically modified organisms. Professor Sir John Beringer CBE is the Pro-Vice-Chancellor at University of Bristol. Professor H. Charles J. Godfray is a Professor of Evolutionary Biology and Director of NERC Centre for Population Biology. Country of Publication.

Molecular, genetic and modelling techniques are central to ecology, providing valuable tools for addressing complex ecological questions. Genes in the Environment presents a review of the contemporary research in this rapidly developing field, illustrating how such techniques have provided considerable new insights into our understanding of the dynamics of populations and communities. A diverse range of topics are covered, including community dynamics in soils and water, gene flow and spatial dynamics and the evolution of pathogenic and symbiotic relationships. Organisms studied range from bacteria, viruses and fungi to insects, plants and fish. Light is thrown on such questions as: what is the relationship between population dynamics and the spatial patterns of genetic variation observed in fragmented populations; how is genetic variation maintained; and what are the relative roles of gene flow and selection in the maintenance of clines? This volume should appeal to both advanced students and researchers interested in developments at the interface of molecular biology and ecology.