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Edited By: Eric CR Reeve
952 pages, B/w illus, figs, tabs
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.
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