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Copy of: Re: Iris Breeding -- terminology

Graham Spencer asked:

:  any good ideas for a first text to read?

My favorite introductory  text is Gardner's "Principles of Genetics".  Easy to
remember with my penchant for puns.  My copy is now well-worn, as it has been
key to understanding many of the journal articles I've run across.  But rather
than recommend one specific book, I'd suggest a trip to your nearest university
book store to find out what textbook is being used for their introduction to
genetics course.

Sharon McAllister (73372.1745@compuserve.com)  

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