By: D Patterson
288 pages, 23cm 288 150ill.(144col.) Cloth
This is a guide for veterinarians, dog owners and breeders. Topics covered include DNA structure of normal genes and examples of abnormalities in gene structure known to cause genetic diseases in dogs. The common patterns of inheritance of genetic diseases in families and breeds are outlined and explained on the basis of principles of gene transmission, dominance and recessivitiy. Factors contributing to the high frequency of genetic disorders in purebred dogs are explained and discussed.
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