By: Ron H Burdon
243 pages, Figs, diags, tabs
Discusses how genes, their structures, and activities can be influenced by environmental factors such as toxic industrial chemicals, ultraviolet light, temperature extremes, ionising radiation, food contaminants, and atmospheric contaminants including tobacco smoke.
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