An Introduction to Molecular Ecology

May 22, 2008

Authors Trevor Beebee and Graham Rowe. Edition Second. Publisher Oxford University Press. Pages 384. Price £.99. ISBN 9780199292059.

This is a clever, lively and clear approach to illustrating the diverse applications of molecular biology to behavioural, population, community microbial, conservation and applied ecology.

Who is it for? Those wishing to get a basic understanding of the application and breadth of molecular ecology, particularly undergraduates or those new to the field.

Presentation - Up-to-date text that is a general easy read with lots of great anecdotes and boxes to guide understanding of molecular ecology.

Would you recommend it? Yes, but don't expect a recipe book on molecular techniques.

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