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Challenging Genetics: Study Guide contains a summary of the chapters on genetics. It is composed of two main parts which include classic genetics and molecular genetics. A brief summary of all the topics is provided in each chapter, and can be used by students of universities, colleges, and even high schools. This book is the companion book of Challenging Genetics: Test Bank in which numerous multiple choice questions are categorized in 19 chapters and the complete explanation and the answer key is provided for each and every question.

Published: Arvin Ghazarian on
ISBN: 9781465967633
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