About this book series

Genome mapping in animals is now one of the leading disciplines in animal sciences. It is employed for all facets in genome analysis in animals and their improvement for benefit of human beings. Mapping of genomes in farm animals, companion animals, laboratory animals, aquatic animals, insects, and primates, including humans have generated stupendous data bases to elucidate origin, evolution, phylogenetic relationship; position of genes; function, expression, regulation and sequence of genes. This information has tremendous applied value in agriculture, medicine, and environmental sciences. Paradoxically the information is mainly scattered only on the pages of journals, review papers and project/institutional reports. It is imperative now to have a comprehensive compilation of all these research findings in a single series for easy access to all levels of end users.

The series Genome Mapping in Animals will fill this gap. It will provide comprehensive and up to date reviews on a large variety of selected animals systems contributed by teams of leading scientists from around the world.

 As of  April 2020, Genome Mapping and Genomics in Animals will no longer be published with Springer.

Discontinued series: although this series no longer publishes new content, the published titles listed here remain available.
Electronic ISSN
2512-3408
Print ISSN
2512-3394
Series Editor
  • Chittaranjan Kole

Book titles in this series