1 edition of The basics of genetics found in the catalog.
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The revolution in genetics represents one of the most amazing expansions of knowledge in the history of science. Incredible advances such as the mapping of the human genome are continuing to unlock the mysteries of heredity. This title gives students the power to understand this fascinating area of biology by starting with the basics. The science behind each concept is explained with clear text and a wealth of informative illustrations, color images, and sidebars. Biographical material on Gregor Mendel, the first person to describe how traits are passed from generation to generation, shows readers how the genetic revolution began. The text fulfills the requirements of the Common Core by helping readers learn the meaning of key terms as they are used in the context of biology. It also helps readers synthesize textual and visual information into a coherent understanding of genetic processes. Ages 14+
Includes bibliographical references (page 91) and index.
|Statement||Anne Wanjie, editor|
|Series||Core concepts, Core concepts (Rosen Publishing Group)|
|LC Classifications||QH437.5 .B37 2014|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||96 pages :|
|Number of Pages||96|
|LC Control Number||2014395441|
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Overall I found this book a good read that gives one a sense of the basics of genetics. I read it as an instructor of an upper level course in bioinformatics searching for an easy-to-read textbook that can provide students with physical science and computer science backgrounds a quick grasp of the fundamentals of genetics so that we can talk about bioinformatics/5(2).
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This chapter provides fundamental information about basic genetics concepts, including cell structure, the molecular and biochemical basis of disease, major types of genetic disease, laws of inheritance, and the impact of genetic variation.
Basic Genetics Information. Cells are the body’s building blocks. Many different types of cells have different functions. They make up all of your body’s organs and tissues. Nearly every cell in a person’s body has the same deoxyribonucleic acid, or DNA.
DNA is the hereditary material in humans and almost all other organisms. This book covers basic human genetics, details the techniques available for disease diagnosis and how these are used in the lab, before concluding with information on prenatal diagnosis, genetic counselling and ethics.
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