teaching genetics to undergrd non-scientists

Martin E. Mulligan mulligan at kean.ucs.mun.ca
Wed Sep 8 11:37:10 EST 1993

In article <26kkrb$lb6 at charm.magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu>, jlaird at magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu (James P Laird) writes:
> I suggest "The Cartoon Guide to Genetics".  It clearly explains
> basic genetic concepts that any survey course includes.  It 
> is inexpensive, around $10 or so--much less than the $50 price
> of traditional texts.  And it is fun.  I know TA's who have used 
> this in the classroom for general biology classes and at least
> one lecturer in Anthropology assigned for a non-majors' course.
> I do not have a copy handy, or I would give you the ISBN and
> the names of the authors (Groenic and Whelis ?).  Perhaps 
> somebody will post it.

The Cartoon Guide to Genetics
Larry Gonick and Mark Wheelis
ISBN 0-06-273099-1 (pbk.)

Published in 1991 by Harper-Collins
Updated edition originally copyright 1983

Martin E. Mulligan, Dept. of Biochemistry,
Memorial University of Newfoundland

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