Journal of Genetics

, 60:250 | Cite as

The comparison of coefficients of inbreeding

  • J. B. S. Haldane


The statistical treatment of data on inbreeding is discussed with special reference to recent Indian data.


Haldane Consanguineous Marriage Dmse Cousin Marriage Tile Sampling 
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