Population biology

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Population biology is an interdisciplinary field combining the areas of ecology and evolutionary biology.[1] Population biology draws on tools from mathematics, statistics, genomics, genetics, and systematics. Population biologists study allele frequency changes (evolution) within populations of the same species (population genetics), and interactions between populations of different species (ecology).

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  1. ^ "UC Davis: Pop Bio / About Our Program". Eve.ucdavis.edu. 2017-10-27. Retrieved 2017-12-18. 

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