Molecular Ecology of Aquatic Communities by J. P. Zehr, M. A. Voytek (auth.), J. P. Zehr, M. A. Voytek

By J. P. Zehr, M. A. Voytek (auth.), J. P. Zehr, M. A. Voytek (eds.)

This booklet provides a compendium of molecular biology purposes for the learn of aquatic group ecology. the gathering provides the range of techniques which have been used, and offers destiny instructions for the learn of `molecular ecology' of aquatic groups, from viruses to fish, and in aquatic structures starting from freshwater streams and lakes to estuaries and oceans. This choice of papers will supply an invaluable textual content and source for upper-level undergraduate and graduate scholars in ecology, in addition to for the researcher and educator.

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