Bernhard A. Huber's African Biodiversity: Molecules, Organisms, Ecosystems PDF

By Bernhard A. Huber

ISBN-10: 0387243151

ISBN-13: 9780387243153

ISBN-10: 0387243208

ISBN-13: 9780387243207

This e-book highlights African biodiversity in any respect degrees starting from molecules to ecosystems. significant subject matters are biogeography, speciation methods, phylogenetic styles and systematics, variety decline and conservation, and utilized biodiversity informatics. The forty two contributions are totally on bugs and vertebrates, yet contain botanical papers in addition to extra basic chapters on biodiversity informatics.

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