Britannica Guide to Genetics : The most exciting developments in life science?from Mendel to the Human Genome Project
Every living human cell contains a unique sample of DNA, a twisted helix of information that holds the code not just to an individual but to life itself. Over the past century new discoveries about genes have been heralded as leaps of progress in modern science, forcing us to ask how much our genes determine our lives and human nature.
The Britannica Guide to Genetics is the ideal companion for students or anyone who wishes to know the facts behind this most vital field of science. This guide explores the frontiers of our present day study of genetics and what we might expect in the future.
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Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc.
May 03, 2009
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