Best Reference Books – Computational Phylogenetics and Molecular Evolution

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Computational Phylogenetics and Molecular Evolution subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Computational Phylogenetics and Molecular Evolution along with reviews.

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1. “An Introduction to Molecular Evolution and Phylogenetics” by Lindell Bromham

“An Introduction to Molecular Evolution and Phylogenetics 2nd Edition” Book Review: This book provides the fundamentals required to understand, read genome records and know how to use that information. The book begins with the concept of evolutionary principles. Topics are explained with the help of examples. The book also explains how molecular data is used in modern biology.

2. “Bioinformatics Research and Development: Second International Conference” by Robert Murphy and Kristan Schneider

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“Bioinformatics Research and Development: Second International Conference, BIRD 2008, Vienna, Austria, July 7-9, 2008 Proceedings (Communications in Computer and Information Science (13)) 2008th Edition” Book Review: The book combines selected papers presented at the second Bio- formatics Research and Development (BIRD) conference. A wide variety of topics in and related to bioinformatics is discussed. Abstracts of the talks and workshops conducted have all been discussed.

3. “Bioinformatics: Volume I: Data, Sequence Analysis and Evolution: 1 (Methods in Molecular Biology)” by Jonathan M Keith

“Bioinformatics: Volume I: Data, Sequence Analysis and Evolution: 452 (Methods in Molecular Biology)” Book Review: The book provides the most relevant methods in the field of Bioinformatics. The text has been formulated by 80 expert authors. Interdisciplinary perspective on bioinformatics has been provided.

4. “Models and Algorithms for Genome Evolution (Computational Biology)” by Eric Tannier and Cedric Chauve

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“Models and Algorithms for Genome Evolution (Computational Biology Book 19)” Book Review: This book can be helpful for all computer scientists, mathematicians and biologists in comparative genomics, phylogenetics and related domains. The book combines the history, current status and directions of computational biology in molecular evolution. The book discusses the newer developments and challenges that exist in the field.

5. “Comparative Genomics (SpringerBriefs in Genetics)” by Xuhua Xia

“Comparative Genomics (SpringerBriefs in Genetics) 2013th Edition” Book Review: This book is designed for advanced undergraduate students, postgraduates and postdoctoral. It can also be used by professional researchers. The book provides an evolutionary perspective to comparative genomics. Interactions among genes along with loss and gain of genes during evolution has been covered. Genotype, phenotype and their interactions are also discussed. Most relevant examples from the girls along with detailed explanations have been given.

6. “Phylogenetic Supertrees: Combining information to reveal the Tree of Life (Computational Biology)” by Olaf R P Bininda-Emonds

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“Phylogenetic Supertrees: Combining information to reveal the Tree of Life (Computational Biology (4)) 2004th Edition” Book Review: This is the first book on “phylogenetic supertrees.” The book follows the approach of combining tree topologies for data analysis. All aspects related to supertress, ranging from basics to implementation have been explained. The impact of supertress on biological research has also been highlighted. The book also covers the major challenges in this newly emerging field. The book includes ideas and concepts from an interdisciplinary approach.

7. “Computational phylogenetics: Methods for analysing genome-scale data” by Alexander Auch

“Computational phylogenetics: Methods for analysing genome-scale data” Book Review: This book introduces GBDP framework for inferring phylogenies based on whole genomes. Methods involved in horizontal gene transfer with the help of two new approaches are discussed. A fresh method for species delineation is also put forward. A user-friendly software application called MEGAN for the analysis of metagenomic datasets is presented.

8. “Fundamentals of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (Modeling and Optimization in Science and Technologies)” by Gautam B Singh

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“Fundamentals of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (Modeling and Optimization in Science and Technologies (6) 2015th Edition” Book Review: This book is designed for engineering and computer science students. It includes all important topics in the field of bioinformatics. The book begins with basic and moves on to the complex topics. The initial part of the book includes a survey of existing biological databases. The following parts focus on methodologies for retrieving biological information and on modeling biological sequences and patterns. It can be used as a reference for bioinformatics and computational biology.

9. “Computational Approach for Sequence and Phylogenetic Analysis of HHV” by Vipan Kumar Sohpal

“Computational Approach for Sequence and Phylogenetic Analysis of HHV” Book Review: The book highlights a no. of controlling parameters which occur during sequence alignment and its effect on alignment, affecting the phylogenetic analysis. The book emphasises on computational analysis and simulation of sequence alignment.

10. “An Introduction to Molecular Evolution and Phylogenetics” by Lindell Bromham

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“An Introduction to Molecular Evolution and Phylogenetics” Book Review: The book gives a detailed analysis of how to understand and read genome records. Evolutionary principles have been explained in great detail with the help of examples. The book can be used as the first step to understanding molecular data is used in modern biology.

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