Crossover: Concepts and Applications in Genetics, Evolution, and Breeding : an Interactive Computer-based Laboratory Manual
Univ of Wisconsin Press, 1994 - Science - 359 pages
Crossover is a laboratory manual and computer program that work together to teach the principles of genetics. Designed to complement regular textbooks and classroom instruction, Crossover consists of thirty-five modules that can be tailored to fit genetics courses at several levels. Examples, interactive computer models, problems, and self-tests all help students understand difficult concepts and learn the basic mathematical skills needed to study contemporary theories of genetics, evolution, and breeding. The easy-to-use tutorial system lets students work at their own pace.
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