Miung's Primer on Genetics

Jeanson’s book has a quite good primer on genetics.

HT: T_aquaticus the Anonymous

What makes it good?

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Irony noted.


Still sloughing my way through this one.

Chapter 2 does actually have quite a nice chronological history of genetics research, from Mendel through Griffith, Avery, MacLeod, McCarty, Chagraff, Hershey, Chase, and finally to Watson and Crick.

It’s really the only good part of the book, that fraction of a chapter.

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No Hugo de Vries? :sob:

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@evograd Please provide the link to your review of the book.

Here’s part 1, with links to all the others up until part 6 (chapter 7):