The Origins of Theoretical Population Genetics: With a New Afterword
University of Chicago Press, 2001 - 211 ページ
Tracing the development of population genetics through the writings of such luminaries as Darwin, Galton, Pearson, Fisher, Haldane, and Wright, William B. Provine sheds light on this complex field as well as its bearing on other branches of biology.
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