An outline of chemical genetics
The genetic control of protein synthesis; The chemical nature of the hereditary materialThe molecular meaning of genetic recombination; Mutation as a chemical process; Nucleo cytoplasmic relationships and the problem of protein synthesis; The biochemical genetics of man.
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Chapter One The Genetic Control of Protein Synthesis
Genes and Protein Structure
Qualitative Changes in Enzyme Structure
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