Introduction to Genetic Analysis

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The 12th edition introduces two new co-authors to the team – David Wassarman, who adds  improved clarity and organization of the molecular genetics content throughout, and Catherine Peichel who brings a modern evolutionary genetics approach.

  • The molecular genetics chapters (7-12) have been heavily revised. As revised, they relate only the fundamental mechanics of molecular genetics, while keeping the experimental basis for how these discoveries were made.
  • Each chapter begins with a short explanation of ‘Chapter Objectives’ describing the goals of the chapter and placing the chapter topic into context of the surrounding chapters. This helps students “see the forest” before stepping into the “trees”.
  • ‘Part Introductions’ (core principles) – the three parts of the book (transmission genetics, molecular genetics, and evolutionary genetics) have been included and begin with a short introduction outlining the core principles that undergird that segment of genetics.
  • ‘Study Guides’ cover short outlines of the ‘Learning Objectives’ from each chapter, aligned with the relevant text, figures, and tables; key terms, key concepts, and ‘end of chapter’ questions.
Weight 2 kg
Dimensions 28 × 22 × 3 cm
Book Author

Anthony Griffiths, Catherine Peichel, David A. Wassarman, John Doebley











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