Essentials of Genetics
by Heidi Chial, et al.
Publisher: NPG Education 2009
Essentials of Genetics is a guided introduction to many key concepts in genetics, from DNA structure and function to population genetics. It provides an excellent reference for students or lifelong learners and can be a teaching tool for faculty.
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