Introducing Genetics

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Totem Books, 1994 - Genetics - 175 pages
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Genetics is the newest of all sciences and one which no one can afford to be ignorant of. This book goes from Mendel to the human gene map and the treatment of inborn disease and shows how some genes may act in their own interests as much as those who carry them.

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Review: Introducing Genetics, New Edition (Introducing (Introducing Series)

User Review  - Chris Gager - Goodreads

Picked this book to represent a summer school course entitled "Genetics" I took at CU. About as confounding as the Logic course I took at Metro State. The only test I ever flunked in college was the ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
9
Section 2
25
Section 3
35
Copyright

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About the author (1994)

Jones received BA and MA degrees in English and has taught high school for 13 years before becoming a writer. He writes mountain bike books.

Van Loon, the Suffolk-based artist and designer has, over the years, freelanced for numerous community and mainstream magazines.

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