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A glossary of genetics and cytogenetics, classical and molecular.

by Rigomar Rieger

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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York, [etc.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Genetics -- Dictionaries.,
  • Cytogenetics -- Dictionaries.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsMichaelis, Arnd, joint author., Green, Melvin M., joint author., Rieger, Rigomar.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH431 .R4913 1968
    The Physical Object
    Pagination506 p.
    Number of Pages506
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5616274M
    LC Control Number68024617

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In preparing this glossary of ca. entries, we have attempted to compile and collate the terminology from seemingly unrelated, widely separated branches of genetics - classical and molecular; microbial and human; cytogenetics and population : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

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classical and molecular. book ISBN Cited by: It is, therefore, not without reason that accompanying the rapid proliferation of genetic knowledge, a parallel increase has occurred in the technical nomenclature and terminology special to the field of genetics and often special to specific branches of genetics.

In preparing this glossary of ca. entries, we have attempted to compile and collate the terminology from seemingly unrelated, widely separated branches of genetics — classical and molecular;Cited by: About this book.

In preparing the new completely revised edition of this glossary, which in the meantime has been translated into Russian and Polish, we have attempt­ ed to include the most important new terms and to revise the text in those cases where new data demanded it*. As a result about fifty percent of the text.

A glossary of genetics and cytogenetics, classical and molecular Item Preview remove-circle A glossary of genetics and cytogenetics, classical and molecular by Rieger, "The first and second editions of this book were published in German under the title: Genetisches und cytogenetisches Wörterbuch." Pages: A Glossary of Genetics and Cytogenetics: Classical and Molecular Rieger, Rigomar; Michaelis, Arnd and Green, Melvin M.

Published by Springer-Verlag, NY (). A Glossary of Genetics and cal and Molecular. Rigomar Rieger, Arnd Michaelis, and Melvin M. edition (first English edition). Springer Author: Herbert P. Riley. About this book. Introduction. In preparing the new completely revised edition of this glossary, which in the meantime has been translated into Russian and Polish, we have attempt­ ed to include the most important new terms and to revise the text in those cases where new data demanded it*.

A glossary of relevant genetic CGH is a molecular-cytogenetic method for the analy- A Glossary of Genetics and Cytogenetics: Classical and : Deborah J Morris-Rosendahl. A glossary of relevant genetic terms Deborah J.

Morris-Rosendahl, PhD CGH is a molecular-cytogenetic method for the analysis of copy number changes (gains or losses) in the DNA content of a given individual's DNA. A branch of genetics which deals with the genetic variability in individual responses to drugs and drug : Deborah J.

Morris-Rosendahl. Definitions and Explanations. (Book Reviews: A Glossary of Genetics and Cytogenetics. Classical and Molecular). The first and second editions of this book were published in German under the title: Genetisches und cytogenetisches Wörterbuch Rev. of: Glossary of genetics and cytogenetics.

4th ed. Includes bibliographical references (p. )Pages: It is, therefore, not without reason that accompanying the rapid proliferation of genetic knowledge, a parallel increase has occurred in the technical nomen­ clature and terminology special to the field of genetics and often special to specific branches of genetics.

In preparing this glossary of ca. entries, we have attempted to compile and collate the terminology from seemingly unrelated, widely separated branches of genetics - classical and molecular; microbial. Glossary of Genetics: Classical and Molecular.

The 5th edition of this successful Glossary has been completely revised, updated and supplemented by up-to-date terms used in genetic engineering and molecular genetics.

Where necessary a short essay explaining an entry in more detail is added to the stated definition. The new edition of the Glossary has been substantially rewritten, and contains more pages than the previous edition. As the reviewer of the 3rd edition pointed out [see ], the publication is really a hybrid between a glossary and an encyclopaedia.

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Pathology (), 23, pp. MOLECULAR GENETICS AND CYTOGENETICS - A GLOSSARY AND LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS R. TRENT,* AND A. SMITHt *Department of Molecular Genetics, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, TCytogenetics Laboratory, Children’s Hospital, Camperdown, NS W Summary A glossary of terms commonly used in molecular genetics and cytogenetics has been Cited by: 6.

Rieger Rigomar Michaelis Arnd Green Melvin M A glossary of genetics and cytogenetics classical and molecular London George Allen and Unwin Ltd A BOOK-HG HG œ 21/12/ Hilts Victor L A guide to Francis Galton's "English men of science" Philadelphia American Philosophical Society A BOOK-HG HG œ 15/10/ The cytogenetic studies the number and morphology of chromosomes.

Using chromosome banding techniques (classical cytogenetics) or hybridization fluorescently labeled probes (molecular cytogenetics). The number and morphology of chromosomes in a cell of a particular species are always constant, in most cells of the body (with the exception of.

Get this from a library! Glossary of genetics and cytogenetics: classical and molecular. [Rigomar Rieger; Arnd Michaelis; Melvin M Green] -- Over entries. Intended for students and research workers. New terms added, 50 percent of text rewritten. Entries include word or phrase, explanatory definition, and source of concept introduced.Classical genetics consists of the techniques and methodologies of genetics that were in use before the advent of molecular biology.

A key discovery of classical genetics in eukaryotes was genetic linkage. The observation that some genes do not segregate independently at meiosis broke the laws of Mendelian inheritance.

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