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A proven bestseller, the Fifth Edition of Concepts of Genetics continues to set the standard for introductory genetics texts. The text is known for its clear writing style, emphasis on concepts, visual art program and thoughtful coverage of all areas of genetics. Noteworthy enhancements of the Fifth Edition include revised organization, modernization of cutting-edge topics and research, expansion of problem sets, and extensive revision of population and evolutionary genetics. New supplements for the professor and student include a CD-ROM presentation tool, World Wide Web connection for students and a New York Times genetics supplement.
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