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Genetics Websites

Genetics is the branch of biology which deals with heredity and variation in living organisms.
The modern science of genetics started with the work of Gregor Mendel in the mid-nineteenth century. He found that organisms inherit traits in a discrete way and the basic units of inheritance are now called genes.- Category ID : 422726
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The DNA Files

A public radio series that explores the world of genes and genetic science.
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The National Center for Biotechnology Information

A national resource for molecular biology information for the better understanding of molecular processes affecting human health and disease.
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Cracking the Code of Life

Chronicles the race to capture the complete letter-by-letter sequence . Includes an online version of the television program. Viewable in Quicktime or Real Audio format.
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Database of Genome Sizes

Genome sizes for different organisms. The estimated genome sizes are given for both the organisms currently being sequenced and those for which no sequencing programme is in progress.
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The Selfish Gene

An introduction to genetics, covers the basics including cell mechanics, chromosome structure, genotypes and phenotypes, recombination, cloning and mapping.
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The New York Times: Genetics

Collection of articles assembled to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the discovery of DNA. Topics include history, recent developments, ethical concerns and other issues related to the genetic revolution, and the role of the news media in science.
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Genetics Virtual Library

Comprehensive subject catalog covering genetics in the biosciences. Provided by the U.S. Department of Energy.
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Essentials of Genetics

Provides a range of notes including landmarks, basic terms and rules, chromosomes and genes, population genetics, viral and bacterial genetics, and plant genetics. Includes links to related resources .
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Genetic Origins

Provides biochemical methods and computer tools to allow students to use their own DNA "fingerprints" as a starting point in the study of human evolution.

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