The Search for the Gene

by Bruce Wallace

The Search for the Gene Synopsis

From Gregor Mendel's experiments on garden peas to the mammoth Human Genome Project of today-how did we get where we are in the science of genetics? In this intriguing book, Bruce Wallace examines the concept of the gene and recounts the history of genetic research, providing a concise transition from genetics to modern molecular biology.

The Search for the Gene Press Reviews

This book will be particularly interesting to the student who not only wishes to know the facts of genetics, but also the very interesting story behind those facts. * Choice * The book's central chapters provide a very engaging account of the main steps taken to reach our present knowledge of the material and the structure of the gene, and should encourage many readers to delve further into the subject of the book. -- Richard M. Burian, Center for the Study of Science in Society, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University * The Quarterly Review of Biology *

Book Information

ISBN: 9780801499678
Publication date: 27th October 1992
Author: Bruce Wallace
Publisher: Cornell University Press
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 240 pages
Categories: Genetics (non-medical),

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