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Abstracts of papers presented at the hundred and sixty-eighth meeting of the Society held, jointly with the Ecological Genetics Group, on 27th, 28th and 29th March 1972 in the University of Leeds


, : Abstracts of papers presented at the hundred and sixty-eighth meeting of the Society held, jointly with the Ecological Genetics Group, on 27th, 28th and 29th March 1972 in the University of Leeds. Heredity, UK 29(1): 117-133

Bradshaw, A.D. Small scale disruptive selection in the maintenance of polymorphisms : 132.Clarke, B.C. Selection versus random drift in the maintenance of polymorphism : 133.Ford, C.E.; Evans, E.P. Robertsonian translocation and chromosome polymorphism in mammals : 127.Turner, J.R.G.

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