Evolutionary Genomics

Statistical and Computational Methods

by Maria Anisimova

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Book Description

This book addresses the challenge of analyzing and understanding the evolutionary dynamics of complex biological systems at the genomic level, and elaborates on some promising strategies that would bring us closer to uncovering of the vital relationships between genotype and phenotype. After a few educational primers, the book continues with sections on sequence homology and alignment, phylogenetic methods to study genome evolution, methodologies for evaluating selective pressures on genomic sequences as well as genomic evolution in light of protein domain architecture and transposable elements, population genomics and other omics, and discussions of current bottlenecks in handling and analyzing genomic data. Written for the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology series, chapters include the kind of detail and expert implementation advice that lead to the best results.
Authoritative and comprehensive, Evolutionary Genomics: Statistical and Computational Methods, Second Edition aims to serve both novices in biology with strong statistics and computational skills, and molecular biologists with a good grasp of standard mathematical concepts, in moving this important field of study forward.

This open book is licensed under a Creative Commons License (CC BY). You can download Evolutionary Genomics ebook for free in PDF format (34.8 MB).

Book Details

Publisher
Humana Press
Published
2019
Pages
780
Edition
2
Language
English
ISBN13
9781493990733
ISBN10
149399073X
ISBN13 Digital
9781493990740
ISBN10 Digital
1493990748
PDF Size
34.8 MB
License
CC BY

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