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By J. A. H. Benzie (auth.), Antonio M. Solé-Cava, Claudia A. M. Russo, John P. Thorpe (eds.)

Our present wisdom of marine organisms and the standards affecting their ecology, distribution and evolution has been revolutionised by way of the use, within the final two decades, of molecular inhabitants genetics instruments. This publication is the results of a gathering of world-leading specialists, in Rio de Janeiro, the place the cutting-edge of this box used to be reviewed. subject matters coated comprise the molecular research of bio-invasions, the new advancements in marine biotechnology, the criteria affecting degrees of genetic version and inhabitants constitution in marine organisms and their program to conservation biology, fisheries and aquaculture. this can be the 1st publication devoted to the genetic learn of marine organisms. it is going to be very priceless to biology scholars, scientists and someone operating or just attracted to components reminiscent of marine biology, zoology, ecology, and inhabitants and molecular genetics.

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