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Problems of Genetics By William Bateson
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: William Bateson (8 August 1861 – 8 February 1926) was an... More > English biologist who was the first person to use the term genetics to describe the study of heredity, and the chief populariser of the ideas of Gregor Mendel following their rediscovery in 1900 by Hugo de Vries and Carl Correns.Bateson was born in Whitby on the Yorkshire coast, the son of William Henry Bateson, Master of St John's College, Cambridge. He was educated at Rugby School and at St John's College in Cambridge, where he graduated BA in 1883 with a first in natural sciences.Taking up embryology, he went to the United States to investigate the development of Balanoglossus. This worm-like enteropneust hemichordate led to his interest in vertebrate origins. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Bateson< Less
Genetic Morsels By Rick Pipito
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Twenty five years have passed since a war with artificial intelligence has forever changed the course of humanity. Belief in the first world leader has been gained by the majority, but there are a... More > few who can see past the media bias. As President Jason Black's scheme unravels, the next step in human evolution begins. A passing of the torch to a newer generation of unexpected heroes occurs as they mount a resistance into the political fray. Led by Zoe Omandi the team is guided into dealing with not only their conflicting personalities, but also their extraordinary abilities. Real world physics makes this more than just a story of superheroes and villains. It is a story about survival and persistance. Can the heroes overcome the odds and unravel the truth before it is too late?< Less
Genetics And Me..What they say about ME! By Rev Dr James Showers Jr
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Volume I of this text, is a brief synopsis concerning Parkinson Disease, Huntington Disease. Countless referenced data from the National Library of Medicine, NCBI, OMIM, 23 and Me and my data which... More > was derived after I was diagnosed with Parkinson Disease in 2013...< Less
Essays In Genetics and Biotechnology By Roberto Miguel Rodriguez
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This e-book contains two articldes, one about the importance of genetics in horticulture and another about biotechnology in relation to plants.
What is a Genetic Counselor? By Kamrin Green
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In this book you can learn what a genetic counselor does and other things that are about genetic counselors.
Genetically Enhanced Organisms By Randel McGirr
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The kids in this book must put up with scheming classmates, a physical education teacher who plays favorites, a football coach and pastor who is willing to cheat to win, and people who spread... More > misinformation on and about the Internet. Small town life is tougher than it seems!< Less
Understanding Genetics: Midatlantic Region By Sharon Terry, Amelia Chappelle, Beverly Burke
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Genetic Alliance published “Understanding Genetics: A Guide for Patients and Health Professionals” in collaboration with the The New York – Mid-Atlantic Consortium for Genetic and... More > Newborn Screening Services. This comprehensive manual provides a wealth of genetic education materials for patients and health professionals for community-based healthcare clinics. It is designed to help patients and health professionals understand the place of genetics in health care. The straightforward and intuitive guide covers basic genetic concepts, complemented with in-depth information about diagnosing genetic conditions, newborn screening, family-history collection, genetic counseling and genetic testing. A section on local information focuses on patient care, patient and provider education, and genetic services in the NY- MidAtlantic area.< Less
Understanding Genetics: Midatlantic Region By Sharon Terry, Amelia Chappelle, Beverly Burke
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Genetic Alliance published “Understanding Genetics: A Guide for Patients and Health Professionals” in collaboration with the The New York – Mid-Atlantic Consortium for Genetic and... More > Newborn Screening Services. This comprehensive manual provides a wealth of genetic education materials for patients and health professionals for community-based healthcare clinics. It is designed to help patients and health professionals understand the place of genetics in health care. The straightforward and intuitive guide covers basic genetic concepts, complemented with in-depth information about diagnosing genetic conditions, newborn screening, family-history collection, genetic counseling and genetic testing. A section on local information focuses on patient care, patient and provider education, and genetic services in the NY- MidAtlantic area.< Less
Restrictions on Genetically Modified Organisms By The Law Library of Congress Global Legal Research Center
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Argentina was among the first countries in the world to use genetically modified (GM) crops in agriculture,1 using GM technologies in the production of soybeans, corn, and cotton. Argentina first... More > started using GM technologies in 1996 with the introduction of soybeans tolerant of the herbicide glyphosate.2 Since then, Argentina has increased its production of GM crops to become the third largest grower of biotech crops in the world, after the United States and Brazil.3 GM technologies applied in agriculture have resulted in economic benefits for Argentina, a commodities exporting country, of about US$72.6 billion through 2011. The introduction of GM technologies in agriculture in Argentina has resulted in the creation of an estimated 1.8 million jobs through 2011.4 Of the US$72.6 billion in economic benefit, $65.4 billion is attributable to herbicide-tolerant soybeans. Regarding the distribution of economic benefits from cultivating such soybeans, 72.4% went to farmers, 21.2% to the national government...< Less
Genetics: Breaking the Code of Your DNA By Carla Mooney
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Why do children resemble their parents and siblings? Introducing young readers to the fascinating world of genetics, this educational resource presents the main concepts of the science, including... More > what a chromosome does, how DNA is structured, and how genetic inheritance works. Students learn about new discoveries in the field of genetics and how those discoveries have helped to cure or even prevent certain diseases, as well as examine controversial issues in genetics such as genetically modified foods and stem cell research. Combining inquiry-based, age-appropriate activities with biology, Genetics: Breaking the Code of Your DNA features graphic novel illustrations, fascinating sidebars, and a glossary of important vocabulary to illuminate the complex world of genetics and bring it to life. Projects include building a 3D DNA double-helix model, extracting DNA, using a Punnett square, and evaluating the benefits and risks of genetically engineering a new species.< Less