Designed for introductory genetics courses, this text focuses on the important concepts and mechanics of genetics without losing students in a sea of detail.
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About the Author:
The updated third edition builds upon the features that have made past editions so successful: an engaging writing style; relevant applications; an accessible and instructive art program; an emphasis on problem-solving; and, most importantly, a strong focus on concepts and connections.
NEW TO THIS EDITION
* Increased clarity and accessibility
* More flexible coverage
* Biotechnology now in context
* New introductory stories
* New concepts check questions
* Double the amount of in-text worked problems
* New data analysis problems
* 22 per cent more end-of-chapter questions and problems
* New media resources
BENJAMIN A. PIERCE, Southwestern University, Texas, USA. He has taught Introductory Genetics for over 20 years, and his research interests are in population genetics, genetics, evolution and ecology of amphibians.
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Descripción FREEMAN, 2008. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. 0230278817. Nº de ref. de la librería COBI9780230278813