Molecular and Genetic Analysis of Human Traits

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Wiley, 2001 - Medical - 274 pages
Molecular and Genetic Analysis of Human Traits will address the science student human genetics market. Although incorporating two basic themes: how do we establish that a trait is hereditary, and how is the human genome organized, it will also address relevant clinical examples and key related ethical issues. New attractive features have been added, including a chapter project, and end of chapter exercises which rely on real data.

  • Each chapter includes end of chapter exercises, and references.
  • In-text examples and internet references are cited.
  • Most figures will be 2 color, with some 4 color inserts.

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