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Mutation : the history of an idea from Darwin to genomics

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  • ISBN: 1936113309
  • ISBN: 9781936113309
  • Physical Description: viii, 163 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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  • Publisher: Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y. : Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, c2011.

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note: A brief overview of the concept of mutation -- Ideas of mutation before there was a Mendelian basis for genetics -- Cytological and Mendelian aspects of mutation -- The fly lab redefines mutation -- Radiation and the analysis of mutation by mutagenesis -- Using biochemical approaches to study mutation -- Mutation in relation to gene structure -- Mutation in relation to evolution -- Mutation in relation to genetic engineering -- Mutation in relation to society -- Mutation in relation to history and philosophy of science.
Subject: Mutation (Biology)
Mutation (Biology) Research
Genomics
Mutation
Genetics history
History, 19th Century
History, 20th Century

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Mutation: the History of an Idea from Darwin to Genomics
Mutation: the History of an Idea from Darwin to Genomics
by Carlson, Elof Axel
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Mutation: the History of an Idea from Darwin to Genomics

SectionSection DescriptionPage Number
Prefacep. vii
1A Brief Overview of the Concept of Mutationp. 1
2Ideas of Mutation before There Was a Mendelian Basis for Geneticsp. 11
3Cytological and Mendelian Aspects of Mutationp. 23
4The Fly Lab Redefines Mutationp. 41
5Radiation and the Analysis of Mutation by Mutagenesisp. 55
6Using Biochemical Approaches to Study Mutationp. 69
7Mutation in Relation to Gene Structurep. 85
8Mutation in Relation to Evolutionp. 97
9Mutation in Relation to Genetic Engineeringp. 115
10Mutation in Relation to Societyp. 127
11Mutation in Relation to History and Philosophy of Sciencep. 139
Glossary of Terms Associated with Mutationp. 147
Indexp. 159
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