Synopses & Reviews
From its initial publication and through its subsequent editions, Introduction to Genetic Analysis
is continually the most acclaimed and widely used textbook of its kind. Taking a uniquely analytical approach, and authored by some of the fields foremost scientists, the book offers students the opportunity to see the field as working geneticists do, exploring landmark experiments, working through problems by analyzing real data, and drawing conclusions based on scientific thinking. The new edition of IGA extends the books legacy with a new coauthor (John Doebly, University of Wisconsin), extensive updating of experimental coverage and problem sets throughout, and a dramatically upgraded GeneticsPortal.
Since its inception, Introduction to Genetic Analysis has been known for its prominent authorship—leading scientists in their field who are great educators. This market best-seller exposes students to the landmark experiments in genetics, teaching students how to analyze experimental data and how to draw their own conclusions based on scientific thinking while teaching students how to think like geneticists.