. John Wiley & Sons. New York. 1983.
This book is a summary of current knowledge in molecular biology. Genes reflect a rethinking of the way we view genetics as a whole in light of recent discoveries and techniques.
Bodmer, W. F. and L. L. Canalli-Sforza.
Evaluation, and Man
. W. H. Freeman & Company. San Francisco. 1976.
This book deals with the essentials of general genetics, crossbreeding experiments in animals and plant genetics, and aspects of human genetics and evaluation that are most relevant to social problems.
Burdette, Walter J.
Methodology in Basic Genetics.
Holden-Day, Inc. San Francisco. 1963.
This book is an organized presentation about mutation and recombination, gene-protein relationships and cytoplasmic inheritance with individual chapters devoted to the status of their subjects in viruses, bacteria, protozoa, fungi, and drosophilia.
Burns, George W.
The Science of Genetics: An Introduction
. The Macmillan Company. New York. 1969.
This book deals with heredity as it relates to other sciences such as bacteriology, botany, mathematics, physics, and zoology.
Carter, C. O.
Penguin Books. Baltimore. 1962.
In this book Dr. Carter explains is simple terms what is known about heredity with particular reference to man.
Gardner, Eldon J.
Principles of Genetics
. John Wiley & Son, Inc. New YOrk. 1972.
This book deals with basic genetics, nature and functions of genetic materials, and population genetics and evaluation.
Faclam Margery and Howard.
The Story of Genetic Engineering
. Harcourt Brace Jovanavich. New York. 1979.
This book discusses genetic engineering, particularly the history and techniques of cloning and including materials on recombinant DNA research and test-tube babies.
DNA: The Ladder of Life
. McGraw-Hill. New York. 1979.
This book gives a clear and concise way of how we arrived at the DNA revolution.
The New Genetics
. Franklin Watts. New York. 1974.
This book gives a description of some of the results of past genetic research. It also takes a look at what may be possible in the future.
Lipke, Jean Coryllel.
. Lerner Publications Company. Minneapolis. 1971.
This book explains the biological factors of heredity that make each person found in the universe unique.
Morrison, Velma Ford.
There’s Only One You: The Story
. Julian Messner Company. New York. 1978.
This book introduces fundamental concepts of genetics, the branch of science which studies inherited characteristics.
Silvestein, Alvin and Virginia.
The Genetics Explosion
. Four Winds Press. New York. 1980.
This book discusses genetics and genetic diseases. It also explores the controversy over genetic engineering along with its potential health hazards.