Encyclopedia of Genetics: Aggression - heredity and environment

Encyclopedia of Genetics: Aggression - heredity and environment

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qBreakthrough discoveries in the field of genetics have increased the general public's interest in the area. The Encyclopedia of Genetics was created to meet the demands of such users. The 172 articles range from 1, 000 to 3, 500 words and include key features such as a list of the defined words and a significance section that summarizes the article. The contributors give clear explanations of complex theories and methods aimed at the general reader. This is a unique resource to answer genetic questions from the non-scientific community.q--qOutstanding reference sources 2000q, American Libraries, May 2000. Comp. by the Reference Sources Committee, RUSA, ALA.A very tiny strand of DNA, chromosome 21 contains only about fifteen hundred genes. ... With advances in molecular technology, continued study q/Drosophila revealed answers to some essential mysteries of life, such as the role of genetic control ... Key terms deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA): the hereditary material in most organisms, a double- stranded molecule that makes up genes chromosome: a long, anbsp;...

Title:Encyclopedia of Genetics: Aggression - heredity and environment
Author: Jeffrey A. Knight, Robert McClenaghan
Publisher:Salem PressInc - 1999-01-01

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