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BOOK REVIEWS AND NEWS An analysis of meiotic configurations afforded in a strictly genetic perspective, i.e., with the specific purpose of deriving a network of systems to be applied, as generally as possible, in order to estimate genetic parameters of various nature. The book is subdivided into four main chapters. The first one introduces meiosis and the nature and quality of information that may be derived from its configurations, whereas chapter 2 is devoted to the analysis of crossingover,doi:10.1017/s0001566000027446 fatcat:c76qi3h6zfdfxb3xgsolzgpdwy