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i'd like to know,as of today, which is the best book
on genetics.I mean it should explain all the basics
really well and then go to the advanced areas.
please tell me fast, i need one urgently
thank u n bye
head to a college bookstore and see if you can find the introductory genetics textbook. Usually, they start simple and get into the more in depth topics. But again, there is always more to learn, so keep reading as you gain in understanding...
Grey's as in anatomy?
The problem isn't that it's very technical. The problem is that it's very technical and written in British. I have to reread sections sometimes just to understand the British terminology.
Hahaha, I'll stick with one difficult book at a time.
It is nice to work in a cancer center. The things I don't understand, I can just ask one of the nurses
Interesting, nonetheleast I can't say much because of the confientiality laws, but I CAN say that all the patients are SO nice and outgoing. If you met them on the street, you could not tell that they were sick in any way.
thank u cytochrome,
yup, ive heard a lot about strickberger
but there's another one, i dont remember which
The author's name perhaps starts with L
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