Genetic Diversity

Genetic Diversity
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The goal of this book is to present some of the contemporary thoughts on understandings of the genetic diversity patterns and their altering in a changing world. The book is aimed to the ones inspired to study and contemplate genetic diversity and to the audience beyond any frames. Genetic diversity is the entire amount of genes and genotypes in a group of organisms and is of vital importance for their adaptation to different living conditions. If, for example, all humans were identical, the extinction of the entire kind could happen very fast. Preface 1 Diversity of Plant Virus Populations: A Valuable Tool for Epidemiological Studies 2 Local Scale Genetic Diversity and its Role in Coping with Changing Climate 3 Genetic Diversity within Chemokine Receptor 5 (CCR5) for Better Understanding of AIDS 4 From the Gene Sequence to the Phylogeography through the Population Structure: The Cases of Yersinia ruckeri and Vibrio tapetis 5 Biodiversity Studies in Key Species from the African Mopane and Miombo Woodlands 6 National and International Conservation of Biological Diversity in Terms of Administrative Law “Sample of Turkey”

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