Best Reference Books – Developmental Genetics

We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Developmental Genetics subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Developmental Genetics along with reviews.

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1. “Developmental Genetics” by Gurbachan S Miglani

“Developmental Genetics” Book Review: The book provides a comprehensive understanding of the basic principles in the field of genetics. The book brings together 2 perspectives of developmental genetics together. The main focus is on gene play in development. The topics covered include developmental genetics in its historical perspective, sigma factors in gene expression, DNA rearrangements in gene expression and much more.

2. “Mouse Models of Developmental Genetic Disease: 84 (Current Topics in Developmental Biology)” by Robert Krauss

“Mouse Models of Developmental Genetic Disease (ISSN Book 84) 1st Edition” Book Review: The book provides the latest research findings in the field. The book explores the overview and synthesis of clinical and basic science researchers. This text allows researchers to contrast disease models and evaluate basic differences in mouse and human biology.

3. “Genetics and Developmental Biology: The Thomas Hunt Morgan Centennial Symposium” by Howard J Teas

“Genetics and Developmental Biology: The Thomas Hunt Morgan Centennial Symposium” Book Review: The book contains three essays. Research findings in specific areas of molecular biology have also been added.

4. “Principles Of Developmental Genetics” by Moody
5. “Genetic Approaches to Developmental Neurobiology” by Y Tsukada

“Genetic Approaches to Developmental Neurobiology” Book Review: The book talks about the advancements in modern medicine and the underlying mechanisms at work. The challenges for further development of modern medicine and in developmental biology have been discussed.

6. “Genetic Testing for Developmental Disabilities, Intellectual Disability, and Autism Spectrum Disorder – Technical Brief Number 23” by U S Department of Health and Human Services

“Genetic Testing for Developmental Disabilities, Intellectual Disability, and Autism Spectrum Disorder Technical Brief Number 23” Book Review: The book combines and summarises information on genetic tests clinically available in the United States. A series of syndromes have been explained and examined.

7. “Nature via Nurture: Genes, experience and what makes us human” by Matt Ridley

“Nature via Nurture: Genes, experience and what makes us human” Book Review: The book includes remarkable new age studies related to genes. The role of genes in different domains have been extensively discussed.

8. “The Evolution of the Genome” by T Ryan Gregory Ph.D. in Evolutionary Biology

“The Evolution of the Genome 1st Edition” Book Review: This book is designed for graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and established scientists. The book includes topics such as evolution of genome size, genomic parasites, gene and ancient genome duplications and much more. The book also aims to fill the gap between traditional professional and taxonomic boundaries.

9. “A Dictionary of Genetics” by Robert C King and William D Stansfield

“A Dictionary of Genetics 8th Edition” Book Review: This book contains more than 7,500 updated entities with 540 new additions. The entries cover the recent terminology, concepts, theories, and techniques. Apart from genetics, the book also covers topics from disciplines of biology, medicine, and evolutionary biology. The book also contains a list of helpful internet sites and journals.

10. “Developmental Genetics” by Sharad Srivastava

“Developmental Genetics” Book Review: This book is designed for students, researchers, teachers of biological science besides the scientists and medical students. The book covers topics such as genetic interactions in cell differentiation, gene controlled processes and much more.

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