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Introductory comments on major papers by Professor Motoo Kimura

, : Introductory comments on major papers by Professor Motoo Kimura. Japanese Journal of Genetics 68(5): 353-394

This review groups the papers into 18 subject areas, and discusses their background and relationship to other work and to subsequent developments.

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