6 edition of An introduction to human genetics found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||H. Eldon Sutton.|
|LC Classifications||QH431 .S95 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 535 p. :|
|Number of Pages||535|
|LC Control Number||74028170|
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Human matings, like those of experimental organisms, show inheritance patterns both of the type discovered by Mendel (autosomal inheritance) and of sex linkage. Because controlled experimental crosses cannot be made with humans, geneticists must resort to scrutinizing records in the hope that informative matings have been made by chance.
Such a scrutiny of records of. This is definitely a great introduction to genetics. It covers every aspect in this field such as the Mendel's Rules, why we have different blood types, Punnet tables, dominant and recessive genes, the role of mutations, the production of proteins using bacteria and genetically modified animals that are proteins factories for Human use, such as insuline, and much by: 5.
This chapter provides a review of the basic principles of human genetics, including molecular genetics, cytogenetics, genetic transmission, and genomics.
It then provides an introduction to the principles of genetic testing and major approaches to the treatment of genetic : Bruce R. Korf. An Introduction to Human Molecular Genetics Second Edition Jack J. Pasternak The Second Edition of this internationally acclaimed text expands its coverage of the molecular genetics of inherited human diseases with the latest research findings and discoveries.
I've used several and they're frankly all about the same at the level. An introductory biology textbook is also sufficient for 80% of introductory genetics.
My recommendation for a general Biology text is Campbell et al., which is a superb. DNA is the cornerstone of genetics and is the perfect place to start for an introduction to genetics. DNA stands for deoxyribonucleic acid and it is the molecule that holds the genetic information for a cell and an organism.
A DNA molecule contains a code that can be used by a cell to express certain genes.