D. S. Falconer and Introduction to quantitative genetics. William G Hill and Trudy F C Full Text. The Full Text of this article is available as a PDF (K). Introduction to. QUANTITATIVE. GENETICS bu. Third Edition. D. S. FALCONER. Department of Genetics. University of Edinburgh. Longman. Scientific &. D. S. Falconer book of quantitative genetics, with the emphasis on general principles symbols in current use, but have not hesitated to introduce ne".
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PDF | On Sep 1, , William G Hill and others published D. S. Falconer and Introduction to Quantitative Genetics. D.S. Falconer and T.F.C. Mackay. Introduction to Quantitative. Genetics. Longman Press. and. M. Lynch and B. Walsh. Genetics and Analysis of. DOUGLAS Falconer died on February 23, , in Edinburgh. In his career he made many important contributions to quantitative genetics and to the genetics of .
Prentice Hall, Print book: This edition has been revised to take account of the fact that quantitative genetics is merging with molecular genetics. Accordingly, a new chapter has been added on quantitative trait loci QTLs. Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private.
Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item Details Document Type: D S Falconer Find more information about: D S Falconer. This classic text continues to provide the basis for understanding genetic principles behind quantitative differences, and extends these concepts to the segregation of genes that cause genetic variation in quantitative traits. Read more Reviews User-contributed reviews Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers.
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Linked Data More info about Linked Data. Primary Entity http: Book , schema: Intangible ;. Falconer " ;. InformationResource , genont: I was taking Crow more seriously now, and began to experience a sinking feeling as I confronted the extent of my ignorance.
I think either Francis Crick or Sydney Brenner probably both counseled against reading, as it inhibits thought.
I can see their point. Reading Crow was beginning to terrify me.
Taking the book seriously meant not only reading the text but scary, scary also answering the questions at the end of each chapter. What is the frequency of the N allele? Must be an application of the Hardy-Weinberg principle. This cheered me up. Actually, I could answer most of the questions at the end of the chapter there are 25 of them and if you get really stuck you can cheat!
He gives you the answers at the back of the book. Back to Chapter 5 and quantitative traits. What on earth did he mean? As far as I knew, regression was some technical thing that statisticians used, what had it to do with quantitative genetics? There is a very fine diagram Figure 5—5 in my edition that explains regression to the mean. It means that the children of parents at the extremes of a distribution are more likely to have scores that are closer to the average.
I remembered something slightly upsetting. Eysenck pulled off the bookshelves a copy of his autobiography. Oh, now I knew what that meant. I wondered if his children had read it and if they understood too.
Understanding regression to the mean requires some knowledge of variance and co-variance. Crow, I realized, was being kind to his readers.
He includes the formulae both in an Appendix and in the main text. I had a quick look. To my astonishment the appendix is a self-contained description of probability and statistics.
Crow takes nothing for granted. What could be a better, more reassuring place to begin than that? Yet, in only 30 pages he goes from defining the probability of an event, to functional invariance, a property of maximum likelihood estimates. The explanatory text is a model of succinct clarity. Chapter 6 demands more facility with algebra and calculus than the rest of the book.
I took his advice. But one thing that should not be skipped, are the Questions and Problems at the end of each chapter. No, his questions often go further. Falconer and Trudy F. Flag for inappropriate content. Related titles. UT Dallas Syllabus for biol Jump to Page. Search inside document.
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