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Encyclopedia of Genetics

Edited By: Eric CR Reeve
952 pages, B/w illus, figs, tabs
Publisher: Fitzroy Dearborn
Encyclopedia of Genetics
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  • Encyclopedia of Genetics ISBN: 9781884964343 Hardback Dec 2001 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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Contains some 500 illustrated entries that deal with all branches of genetics ranging from mouse to human to dog genetics, from the genetics of plant and animal viruses to the evolution of HIV virus, and from DNA fingerprinting and sequencing, to the rapidly developing field of genetic engineering and its moral and legal implications.


Entries include: Antibiotic resistance in bacteria; Behavioural and neural genetics of the mouse; Charles Darwin and the theory of evolution; Chloroplasts and mitochondria; Conservation genetics; Development of the egg and early embryo of Drosophila; DNA fingerprinting; Drosophila melanogaster: the fruit fly; Evolution of sex; From the great apes to Gregor Mendel; Fungal genetics; Genetic recombination; Genetics for newcomers; Genetics of psychiatric disorders; Human cytogenetics; Human Genome Project; Introns; Law, ethics and genetics; Microbial genomics; Selfish genes; Separation of the sexes and sex chromosomes in plants; Sex determination in Drosophila; Trees: still challenging breeders at the millennium; X-chromosome inactivation; and many more.

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The editor, Dr Eric C.R. Reeve, Honorary Senior Lecturer, Institute of Cell & Molecular Biology, University of Edinburgh, is founding editor of the journal Genetical Research.
Edited By: Eric CR Reeve
952 pages, B/w illus, figs, tabs
Publisher: Fitzroy Dearborn
Media reviews
'The strength of this volume is its value for money covering a huge range of topics within this short history. I can thoroughly recommend this work which should be on the shelves of all special libraries. For the price it is a bargain.' Reference Reviews 'Articles are excellent, combining the best qualities of a good textbook chapter and a thorough review article.' CHOICE 'This really is an excellent reference work' Biologist
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