By: Arthur P Mange and Elaine Johansen Mange
530 pages, Photos, illus, figs
Beautifully illustrated book which presents genetics as a continually developing science with practical and ethical implications for society. It contains topics of great importance - the role of science in society, the impact and controversy of the Human Genome Project, and the ethical aspects of population screening, amongst others. This new edition contains new research results from the last few years.
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