Dobzhansky, T. Evolution, genetics, and man
Theodosius Dobzhansky. Evolution, genetics, and man
Evolution, genetics, and man is a textbook addressed to the beginner in genetics as well as to students of anthropology, paleontology, and other disciplines in which genetics is peripheral schedule -wise although vital and basic. With the combination of boldness and good judgment, the author covers the usual subject matter with standard genetics, including the structure of the chromosome, the mechanics of heredity, mutations and mutation rates, gene frequencies, and balanced polymorphism. Homology, analogy, and the blood precipitation tests are covered ( Carlton s. Coon. Human Biology, vol. 28, no. 3 (1956): pp. 376-378).
genetics, biological evolution
The Rockefeller University, "Dobzhansky, T. Evolution, genetics, and man" (1955). RU Authors. 34.