Human Genetics, 5/e is a non-science majors human genetics text that clearly explains what genes are, how they function, how they interact with the environment, and how our understanding of genetics has changed since completion of the human genome project. It is a clear, modern, and exciting book for citizens who will be responsible for evaluating new medical options, new foods, and new technologies in the age of genomics.
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This work helps to make human genetics come alive through real-life examples and stories. It is designed for the non-science major taking an introductory level course.About the Author:
Ricki Lewis, well-known author of Life, Beginnings of Life, and Human Genetics, is currently an instructor at the University of Albany. She received her Ph.D. in genetics from Indiana University. She is practicing genetics counselor for Women's Medical Health Care in New York.
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