By: A Mange and EJ Mange
580 pages, 265 illus
Genetics: Human Aspects, second edition, is designed for a one-semester course for students with diverse interests, and assumes no prior knowledge of genetics beyond a college biology course. It describes, in a rigorous way, the general principles of genetics and their applicaiton in our species. It present genetics as a continually developing science with great practical and ethical implications for individuals and society.
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