Myths of Human Genetics

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Common myths of human genetics that are often used in biology classes (tongue rolling, attached earlobes, hitchhiker's thumb, etc.) are debunked. This is a pdf of the free online Myths of Human Genetics, , suitable for printing. It is also available as a printed book at .
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  • By Joaquin Saucedo
    Feb 26, 2018
    I think this book is very useful when you are investigating about Mendelian genetics, in fact I find it as one of the simplest and best well-explained books I've red about this topic in this time of my invetigation. We needed to do an invetigation about the arm croossing and the tongue rolling and then use the chi square test. You might have imagined my reaction when I saw this 'human genetics traits' were actually not what they told us. If you are doing this type of investigation of Mendelian Genetics at school and you are searching for info about the most commmon topics for experimentation teached at school (like crossing of arms or the attached earlobes) I would say this book is for you and you will not regret downloading it, besides it's free. And no I'm not the author, I'm just a fan of this book. Thanks teacher John!! You save my work with this :)
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December 9, 2011
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