First Published in 1986, these volumes offer a full, comprehensive guide to the structure of DNA systems and their biochemical application. Carefully compiled and filled with a vast repertoire of notes, diagrams, and references this book serves as a useful reference for Genealogy and other practitioners in their respective fields.
Table of Contents
Volume I. 1. The Role of the Computer in Estimates of DNA Nucleotide Sequence Divergence. 2. Mobile DNA Sequences and Their Possible Role in Evolution. 3. Ribosomal RNA Processing Sites. 4. Analysis of Small RNA Species: Phylogenetic Trends. 5. Mitochondrial DNAs and Phylogenetic Relationships. 6. Evolution of Histone Genes. 7. Phylogeny of Normal and Abnormal Hemoglobin Genes. 8. Transcriptional Regulatory Sequences of Phylogenetic Significance. Index.
Volume II. 1. Plant DNA: Contents and Systematics. 2. Repeated DNA Sequences and Polyploidy in Cereal Crops. 3. Homology of Nonrepeated DNA Sequences in Phylogeny of Fungal Species. 4. Chloroplast DNA and Phylogenetic Relationships. 5. rDNA: Evolution Over a Billion Years. 6. 23S rDNA-Derived Small Ribosomal RNAs: Their Structure and Evolution with References to plant Phylogeny. 7. Molecular Analysis of Plant Genomes: Conserved and Diverged DNA Sequences. 8. A Critical Review of Some Terminologies Used for Additional DNA in Plant Chromosomes. Index.
S. K. Dutta