Introduction to genetic analysis / Anthony J.F. Griffiths ... [et al.].Material type: TextPublication details: New York : W.H. Freeman and Co., c2005.Edition: 8th edDescription: xvi, 782 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 29 cmISBN:
- 576.5 22 GRI
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For nearly three decades, from edition to edition, An Introduction to Genetic Analysis (IGA) has evolved side by side with genetic research, providing an experiment based introduction to fundamental concepts that reflects every major laboratory and conceptual breakthrough. With authors who are leading researchers, innovative educators, and acclaimed writers, the book has kept pace with the dramatic expansion of the field while finding better ways to help students learn how to put genetics concepts to work. Now the text that has been used by over three quarters of a million students returns in the most extensively revised new edition in the book's history, once again shaping its coverage to match current research and thinking in genetics while providing stronger pedagogical support. The edition features a new co author (Susan R. Wessler, a member of the National Academy of Sciences), dramatic new content and art, reorganized structure, new learning tools, and state of the art media and supplements, making it the ideal text for preparing today's students for tomorrow's genetics.
Genetics and the Organism; PART I: TRANSMISSION GENETIC ANALYSIS: Patterns of Inheritance; The Chromosomal Basis of Inheritanc;e Eukaryote Chromosome; Mapping by Recombination; The Genetics of Bacteria and Their Viruses; PART II: THE RELATIONSHIP OF DNA AND PHENOTYPE: From Gene to Phenotype; Structure and Replication of DNA; RNA and Transcription; Proteins and Translation Regulation of Transcription; PART III: GENOME STRUCTURE AND ENGINEERING: Recombinant DNA Technology; Genomic Sequence Analysis; Epigenetics; The Dynamic Genome: Transposons and Genome Architecture; PART IV: THE NATURE OF HERITABLE CHANGE: Gene Mutation and Crossing Over Large Scale Chromosomal Changes; PART V: FROM GENES TO NETWORKS: Mutational Dissection; Genetic Networks; Cancer Developmental Genetics; PART VI: THE IMPACT OF GENETIC VARIATION: Population Genetics; Quantitative Genetics; Evolutionary Genetics
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