Basic Human Genetics, Second Edition , describes the general principles of genetics and how the rules apply to humans. It presents genetics as an area of active worldwide research where partial results of current investigations prompt a wealth of new questions. The book describes many medical conditions and discusses their environmental and genetic causes, chain of symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and ethical problems. The new edition also contains details of many new research results from the last few years. To aid students, each chapter has figures, tables, boxes, a summary, key terms, questions, further reading and Web links.
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