Introducing Genetics

Introducing Genetics Review

Genetics is the newest of all sciences - nothing useful was known about inheritance until just over a century ago. Now genetics is exploding, and before long we will have the complete code, written in three thousand million letters of DNA, of what ma...

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  • Hannah Givens

    Sort of like a streamlined textbook, with lots of comical illustrations and a basic text. I was expecting the graphics to be more related to the material, and instead they're mostly just illustrations...

  • Isaac

    This is a good introduction to the subject, and takes care to highlight dangerous ideological distortions of the past like racism and eugenics. To be sure, this is the most political field of scientif...

  • Kayson Fakhar

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  • Dani

    I love the graphic guides and was quite excited to find this one in a bookshop. This one could really do with updating though. It’s fine for the historical background but doesn’t seem to have been...

  • Gulo

    Great intro/refresher. Passed on to middle school aged neighbor after reading. My one takeaway quote:"Genetics turned out to be much more complicated than seemed reasonable to imagine. Biology is not ...

  • Chloe Hickman

    EnjoyableIt is a good book with lots of pictures and humour. The book could be updated but gives you a very good understanding of genetics but doesn't give the whole pictures on how genes work ect......

  • Adriane

    Cute ideaThe author did a basic overview of genetics and used public domain antique graphics to add a bit of punch. It's a really good idea even tho I sometimes found myself quite distracted by the gr...

  • Stephen Huntley

    These graphic guides are awful; dreadful explanations and poorly illustrated with dire attempts at humour that irritate rather than illuminate. In trying to be cool they are instead threadbare, disjoi...

  • Miriam

    very easy and entertaining....

  • Rakesh

    Brief introductory book that covers a large canvass of the background and concept. I like the illustrations which though sometimes irrelevant to topic they makes it interesting and light....