Genomes

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Wiley, Jun 9, 1999 - Science - 608 pages
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Responding to the immense changes due to recent development in research, Genomes is the first in a generation of molecular genetics books which combine standard molecular biology with more contemporary genomics. This book focuses on genome organization, expression, replication, and evolution, and includes a description of applications for molecular ecology and anthropology, reflecting the impact of genome biology on other fields of study.

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This undergraduate textbook concentrates on the study of the genome (the total genetic makeup of an organism) as a whole rather than the traditional approach of studying specific genes. The writing is ... Read full review

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Comprehensive book for Molecular Biology and genomics. Most basic topics are covered along with some advance topics. Images and figures are well arranged and with good resolution. Simple language and easy to understand. Recommended for basic knowledge. Read full review

Contents

Mapping Genomes by Genetic Techniques
14
From partial linkage to genetic mapping
25
Mapping Genomes by Physical Techniques
38
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Terry Brown, University of Manchester, Faculty of Life Sciences, UK

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