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Diffusion models in population genetics

  • Motoo Kimura (a1)

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Population genetics is that branch of genetics, whose object is the study of the genetical make-up of natural populations. By investigating the laws which govern the genetic structure of natural populations, we intend to clarify the mechanism of evolution.

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