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I know you are asking for books, but for up-to-date basic overview of how some methods work - I would try websites or YouTube instead of textbooks... One good website is BiteSizeBio. They have their own section for 'how to articles' and educational webinars. Otherwise I would also try YouTube. If you search in YouTube for basic techniques like 'how does the ...


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The extremely old-school answer here would be Maniatis' Molecular Cloning. They put out a new edition every decade or so, there is one from 2012 that is updated. To get an idea of the book's impact in molecular biology, see this review from their website: “In every kitchen there is at least one indispensable cookbook...Molecular Cloning: A Laboratory Manual ...


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Some protocols are not going out of style anytime soon, such as: Frederick M. Ausubel, Roger Brent, Robert E. Kingston, David D. Moore, J. G. Seidman, John A. Smith, Kevin Struhl (2002) Short Protocols in Molecular Biology. Wiley, 1512pp. Check the Appendix sections for buffer formulations, etc. My copy is torn into pieces due to heavy use. If you need the ...


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Based on the IUCN Criteria for endangered status there are two broad categories of models to help in determining endangered status. Note that no one methodology is used to determine the status of any species. Rather, a panel of experts consider all available evidence (including numerous modelling studies) and essentially make a determination based on their ...


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The classic answer would be Joe Felsenstein's Inferring Phylogenies. It has substantial technical discussion of GTR and Felsenstein models, among others. However, it does not have any index entries for "general balance" or "detailed balance". I was not familiar with these terms, so I googled them and they do not appear to be common terms ...


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