By: Ralph J Greenspan
155 pages, Figs
Experiments with Drosophila give investigators the chance to combine molecular and genetic approaches in studies of gene expression, cell function, and development. Greenspan provides a guide to the practicalities of making crosses, isolating variants, mapping genes, constructing specific genotypes, and analyzing mutations. No previous knowledge of fly genetics is assumed!
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