Molecular Evolution: A Statistical Approach (英语) 平装 – 2014年5月15日
I think Molecular Evolution: A Statistical Approach would also work very well as a text for a graduate level course in statistical phylogenetics ... The exercises at the end of each chapterwould be useful for academics anting to use the book as a course textquestions cover an interesting range of problems that would get the class both thinking and programming. (Barbara R. Holland, Systematic Biology)
Ziheng Yang is currently RA Fisher Professor of Statistical Genetics in University College London. He obtained a Ph. D in agronomy in Beijing Agricultural University in 1992. Since then he held a few postdoctoral researcher positions in the UK and US. He joined UCL in 1997, first as a lecturer, then reader and professor. He teaches statistical genetics. He has published about 150 research papers and book chapters in molecular evolution, phylogenetics, population genetics, and computational biology. His program package paml is widely used in the molecular evolution community. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 2006.
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