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  • Integrated Genomicsby Guy A. Caldwell; Shelli N. Williams; Kim A. Caldwell

    Wiley 2006; US$ 263.95 US$ 237.56

    Integrated Genomics: A Discovery-Based Laboratory Course introduces the excitement of discovery to the basic molecular biology laboratory. Utilizing up-to-date molecular biology protocols and a basic experimental design, this text offers experience with three different model systems. Students will become familiar with the simplicity and power... more...

  • Phenotypic Plasticityby Thomas J. DeWitt; Samuel M. Scheiner

    Oxford University Press 2004; US$ 144.99

    Phenotypic plasticity is the range and process of variation in body plan and physiology. This book pulls together recent theoretical advances in phenotypic plasticity, as influenced by evolution and development. The editors and the chapter authors are among the leaders of this exciting and active subfield. The volume begins with a primer on the basic... more...

  • Tinkeringby Gregory R. Bock; Jamie A. Goode

    Wiley 2007; US$ 226.00 US$ 203.40

    Much recent research in evolutionary developmental biology has focused on the origin of new body plans. However, most evolutionary change at the population and species level consists of tinkering: small-scale alterations in developmental pathways within a single body plan. Such microevolutionary events have been well studied on a population genetic... more...

  • Creation and Governance of Human Genetic Research Databasesby OECD Publishing

    Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development 2006; US$ 49.00

    Scientists have known for years that complex diseases, such as cancer, heart disease, stroke, and diabetes, arise from a combination of lifestyle, environmental, genetic and random factors. Large-scale study of populations may contribute significantly to science’s understanding of the complex multi-factorial basis of disease and to improvements... more...

  • Ecological Geneticsby David J. Merrell

    University of Minnesota Press 1977; US$ 40.00 US$ 34.00

    Ecological Genetics was first published in 1981. Population genetics and population ecology originally developed independently, but are now merging into a discipline known as ecological genetics. Thus far, the union has been an uneasy one, and this book is an effort to further the union. The ecological geneticist is an experimental naturalist, concerned... more...

  • Cloning of Frogs, Mice, and Other Animalsby Robert Gilmore McKinnell

    University of Minnesota Press 1981; US$ 16.00 US$ 13.60

    Cloning of Frogs, Mice, and Other Animals was first published as Cloning: A Biologist Reports in 1979 and was reissued under the present title in 1985. When cell biologist Robert McKinnell first wrote his layman's guide to cloning in 1979, no creature higher than a frog had been successfully cloned. In the years since then, scientific advances... more...

  • USMLE Road Map: Geneticsby George H. Sack

    McGraw-Hill Education 2008; US$ 42.00

    High-yield facts Numerous illustrations Clinical problems Clinical correlations more...

  • Comparative Genomicsby James R. Brown

    CRC Press 2007; US$ 209.95

    When genomic research first came on the scene, much of the biomedical research community viewed it as a limited venture with limited potential. We now know that such an assessment was both highly premature and wonderfully inaccurate. In the last ten years, we’ve witnessed such remarkable acceleration in the merger of basic and applied genomic research... more...

  • Genome Sequencing Technology and Algorithmsby Sun Kim

    Artech House 2007; US$ 120.00

    From a "who's who" of pioneers in the field, this unique resource offers unparalleled access to state-of-the-art DNA sequencing technologies, new algorithmic sequence assembly techniques, and emerging methods for both resequencing and and de novo genome analysis. The book offers a solid foundation for tackling the full range of experimental... more...

  • Selective Sweepby Dmitry I. Nurminsky

    Springer US 2007; US$ 171.22

    Selective Sweep  deals with the theory and practice of detection of recent adaptive evolution at the genomic level from the patterns of DNA polymorphism. Recent advances in genomic sequencing provide the background for analysis of polymorphic sites in large chromosomal regions or even in whole genome, thus providing the tool for effective identification... more...