Advances in Genetics: 85 by Theodore Friedmann,Jay C. Dunlap,Stephen F. Goodwin

By Theodore Friedmann,Jay C. Dunlap,Stephen F. Goodwin

The box of genetics is quickly evolving, and new scientific breakthroughs are taking place due to advances in our wisdom of genetics. Advances in Genetics consistently publishes vital experiences of the broadest curiosity to geneticists and their colleagues in affiliated disciplines.

Volume eighty five offers an eclectic mixture of articles of use to all human and molecular geneticists on issues together with: organization mapping in crop crops; miRNA-mediated crosstalk among transcripts; unisexual replica; and more.

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