Principles of genetics
High-quality illustrations with stepped-out art to help readers visualize complex processes.
* Human genetics and the role of the geneticist highlighted throughout.
* Two new features in each chapter: introductory "Key Questions" and closing "Basic Exercises."
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An Introduction to the Science of Genetics Chapter 1 The Science of Genetics
Reproduction as the Basis of Heredity
The Basic Principles of Inheritance
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