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Introductory comments on major papers by Professor Motoo Kimura






Japanese Journal of Genetics 68(5): 353-394

Introductory comments on major papers by Professor Motoo Kimura

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


Accession: 002416504



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