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Computational molecular evolution / Ziheng Yang.

By: Yang, ZihengMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Oxford series in ecology and evolutionPublication details: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2006. Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 357 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781429459518; 1429459514; 9780191513763; 0191513768; 9786610846276; 6610846278; 1280846275; 9781280846274Subject(s): Molecular evolution -- Mathematical models | Molecular evolution -- Data processing | Evolution, Molecular | Models, Biological | SCIENCE -- Life Sciences -- Molecular Biology | Biology | Health & Biological Sciences | EvolutionGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Computational molecular evolution.DDC classification: 572.838015118 LOC classification: QH371.3.M37 | Y36 2006ebNLM classification: QU 475 | 2006 M-551Online resources: Click here to access online
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Contents; PART I: MODELLING MOLECULAR EVOLUTION; 1 Models of nucleotide substitution; 2 Models of amino acid and codon substitution; PART II: PHYLOGENY RECONSTRUCTION; 3 Phylogeny reconstruction: overview; 4 Maximum likelihood methods; 5 Bayesian methods; 6 Comparison of methods and tests on trees; PART III: ADVANCED TOPICS; 7 Molecular clock and estimation of species divergence times; 8 Neutral and adaptive protein evolution; 9 Simulating molecular evolution; 10 Perspectives; Appendices; A: Functions of random variables; B: The delta technique; C: Phylogenetics software; References; Index; A.
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Summary: Covering the modern statistical and computational methods used in molecular evolutionary analysis, such as maximum likelihood and Bayesian statistics, this book is useful for students and professional researchers in the fields of molecular phylogenetics, population genetics, mathematics, statistics and computer science.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 319-352) and index.

Covering the modern statistical and computational methods used in molecular evolutionary analysis, such as maximum likelihood and Bayesian statistics, this book is useful for students and professional researchers in the fields of molecular phylogenetics, population genetics, mathematics, statistics and computer science.

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Contents; PART I: MODELLING MOLECULAR EVOLUTION; 1 Models of nucleotide substitution; 2 Models of amino acid and codon substitution; PART II: PHYLOGENY RECONSTRUCTION; 3 Phylogeny reconstruction: overview; 4 Maximum likelihood methods; 5 Bayesian methods; 6 Comparison of methods and tests on trees; PART III: ADVANCED TOPICS; 7 Molecular clock and estimation of species divergence times; 8 Neutral and adaptive protein evolution; 9 Simulating molecular evolution; 10 Perspectives; Appendices; A: Functions of random variables; B: The delta technique; C: Phylogenetics software; References; Index; A.

Bc; d; e; f; g; h; i; j; k; l; m; n; o; p; q; r; s; t; u; w; y.

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