Human genetics: concepts and applications

Front Cover
McGraw-Hill, 2001 - Science - 408 pages
3 Reviews
"Human Genetics, Seventh Edition," is a non-science majors human genetics text that clearly explains what genes are, how they function, how they interact with the environment, and how our understanding of genetics has changed since completion of the human genome project. It is a clear, modern, and exciting book for citizens who will be responsible for evaluating new medical options, new foods, and new technologies in the age of genomics..

From inside the book

What people are saying - Write a review

Review: Human Genetics

User Review  - Riana Prameswari - Goodreads

The language is simple and understandable, particularly for students in non-English speaking countries Read full review

Review: Human Genetics

User Review  - Tori - Goodreads

I actually enjoyed reading this textbook and found enough useful information in it that I didn't sell it back. The case study connections made the material more interesting and accessible. Read full review

Contents

Living
11
The Cell Membrane
25
Specialization
35

29 other sections not shown

Common terms and phrases

References to this book

All Book Search results »

Bibliographic information