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## Mathematical Foundation of Evolutionary Theory: Summary

The course is over. Only one thing I can be sure about: I learned a lot. Cannot say the same about the students. Probably I gave too much biology to the applied math students and too much mathematics to the … Continue reading

## Lecture 4: Mutations and Selection

Here is a very preliminary draft of Lecture 4. Lecture 4

## Зачет по курсу мат. методы в биологии в МГУ ФББ

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## Lecture 6: Evolutionary Game Theory

This will be the last lecture at the Lomonosov University for this year. Here is the text: Lecture 6. I am planning to significantly expand this lecture in the future, but for now this is what I am going to … Continue reading

## Lecture 5: Price equation

Here is the text for Lecture 5, which is devoted to a very unusual mathematical model of evolution: the Price equation. Lecture 5 It is extremely interesting how a mathematical tautology, vis. can be considered a fundamental principle in biology.

## Lecture 3 – Selection in systems with multiple loci

Here is the first draft of Lecture 3, which is devoted to the analysis of systems with natural selection and recombination. The subject is huge (there are books on this topic) and extremely interesting from the point of view of … Continue reading

## Selection in one-locus systems

Here is a full text of Lecture 2: Lecture 2: Selection in one-locus systems Unfortunately, a lot of exiting material had to be kept aside of what is present in the text.