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GENETICS: ANALYSIS OF GENES AND GENOMES, SIXTH EDITION by Hartl and Jones presents the modern world of genetics; treating classical, molecular, and population genetics as unified subdisciplines in a field that, even in our post-genomic era, still goes by the name "genetics." This approach to teaching genetics is a logical progression in a time when the various subdisciplines of genetics are so closely interwoven.
Written by two renowned authorities in the field, Genetics, Sixth Edition provides the most current, clear, comprehensive, and balanced introduction to genetics and genomics at the college level. It treats transmission genetics, molecular genetics, and evolutionary genetics as fully integrated subjects, and provides students with an unprecedented understanding of the basic processes of gene transmission, mutation, expression, and regulation. The text also explores the connections between modern and historical experimental methods used by geneticists, and offers valuable insight into the important historical and social context of genetics and genomics.


1- Introduction to Molecular Genetics and Genomics
2- DNA Structure and DNA Manipulation
3- Transmission Genetics: The Principle of Segregation
4- Chromosomes and Sex-chromosome Inheritance
5- Genetic Linkage and Chromosome Mapping
6- Molecular Biology of DNA Replication and Recombination
7- Molecular Organization of Chromosomes
8- Human Karyotypes and chromosome Behavior
9- Genetics of Bacteria and Their Viruses
10- Molecular Biology of Gene Expression
11- Molecular Mechanisms of Gene Regulation
12- Genomics, Proteomics, and Transgenics
13- Genetic Control of Development
14- Molecular Mechanisms of Mutation and DNA Repair
15- Molecular Genetics of the Cell Cycle and Cancer
16- Mitochondrial DNA and Extranuclear Inheritance
17- Molecular Evolution and Population Genetics
18- The Genetic Basis of Complex Inheritance

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Elizabeth W. Jones

Is a Professor of Biological Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University. She receveid her B.S. degree and Ph.D. from the University of Washington in Seattle. Her research interests include gene regulation and the genetic control of cellular form. Currently she is studying the function and assembly of organelles in the yeast saccharomyces.

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Daniel L. Hartl

Is Higgins Professor of Biology at Harvard University. He receveid his B.S. degree and Ph. D. from the University of Wisconsin. His research interests include molecular genetics, molecular evolution, and population genetics.

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