Probability theory applied to genetic populations
This thesis is concerned with certain aspects of the genetic behaviour of a zoological or botanical population. Broadly speaking, the models used here to describe populations are 'natural', in the sense that they subject the individuals to mainly random influences, as opposed to the controlled environments such as poultry and many vegetable crops. The aim is to discover the evolutionary significance of these random influences by the application of probability theory; an analysis is made of...[Show more]
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