The Emergence of Bacterial Genetics
Brock (U. of Wisconsin) highlights and analyzes the experimental work that shaped and drove the field of bacterial genetics. Concentrating on the science rather than the personalities involved, he discusses key data from original sources, illustrating his analysis with unpublished material and conversations with surviving investigators. Annotation
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