Duration: 3 hours
Population genetics is the measurement of variability within a population by describing changes in allele frequency for a particular trait over time and the analysis of causes leading to those changes. In this course, you'll learn why population genetics are important, and how this affects different groups of organisms. Includes discussion of genetic variation (with appropriate mathematical models).
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