Human Genetics: Concepts and Applications

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McGraw-Hill, 2001 - Human genetics - 408 pages
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Using life cases throughout, this instructor's book provides a manual for teachers of genetics who teach students with no or little previous knowledge of chemistry or biology.

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Living
11
The Cell Membrane
25
Specialization
35

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