For upper level undergraduate or beginning graduate courses in Population Genetics.
This text provides an introduction and essential background in population genetics for students from various fields in biology. By incorporating examples from many biological disciplines, it makes the theory of population genetics relevant to all students. It employs examples of human genetics, medical evolution, human evolution, and endangered species.
Secondly, the author strives to address mathematical modeling clearly with a variety of exercises and pedagogical aids. An appendix provides a review of the probability theory used in the text.