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Veterinary genetics and basic statistics


, : Veterinary genetics and basic statistics. Veterinarnaya genetika c osnovami variatsionnoi statistiki: 369

The subjects covered in this book are: the molecular and cytogenetic basis of inheritance; genetic engineering; mutagenesis ; developmental genetics; immunogenetics; biochemical polymorphism; genetic defects and inherited diseases; selection for disease resistance.

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