Developmental Genetics

Developmental Genetics
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Developmental Genetics

Publisher: IK International
ISBN: 9788188237593
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Developmental Genetics by Gurbachan S. Miglani
Book Summary:

Development is behind what one looks like. It is directed by genes, the units of heredity, which are made up to deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) in all animals (including man), plants, microorganisms and most of the viruses except in some viruses where ribonucleic acid (RNA) is the genetic material. Developmental Genetics integrates the two disciplines of development and genetics into one

Audience of the Book :
This book is essential reading for postgraduate in developmental genetics, teachers teaching this subject and developmental biologists conducting research in this area. It is also suitable for candidates preparing for ARS/UGC NET examination.
Key Features:

The main features of the book are as follows:

1.Various phenomena of developmental genetics explained with examples of animals, plant, bacteria and viruses.

2.Text explained with suitable examples, illustrations, tables and figures.

3.List of references and review questions given at the end of each chapter

Table of Contents:

1. Introduction

2. Inheritance Of Developmental Differences

3. Genome Constancy In Development

4. Nucleus And Nucleo-cytoplasmic Interactions

5. Gene-protein-phenotype Relationship

6. Gene Regulation And Differentiation

7. Cells In Development

8. Cell-specific Gene Activation And Tissue Differentiation

9. Plant Embryology

10. Gamete Formation, Fertilization And Cleavage In Animals

11. Animal Development

12. Dosage Compensation And Sex Determination

13. Ageing And Apoptosis

14. Pattern Formation And Epigenetics

15. Morphogenesis

16. Homeosis

17. Stem Cells

18. Signal Transduction

19. Recent Progresses In Developmental Genetics

20. Synthesis