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View Resource Giving Birth to Someone Else's Children? A Case of Disputed Maternity

This case study was designed for introductory biology students and asks them to develop hypotheses to explain how a mother cannot be genetically related to two of her three sons. The lesson would be useful for high school or lower level undergraduate students. The case study and teaching notes may be downloaded in PDF format. The site also includes a section for instructor feedback where general...

View Resource Genetics@nature.com

The Nature website brings together important findings and discoveries from the world of science, with a particular focus placed on biology, genetics, and related fields. To celebrate their findings and materials related to genetics, they created the genetics@nature website. Here visitors can make their way through featured articles from a range of journals, including Cell Research, Genes and...

View Resource Genomics and Its Impact on Medicine and Society: A 2001 Primer

This Web site from the US Department of Energy's Human Genome Project (HGP) serves as an informative primer on the state of the science of human genomics as of 2001. The entire report can be viewed online or downloaded in Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) format. The site is written for a general audience and includes a dictionary of genetic terms. The content includes some basic genomics, history and...

View Resource The American Journal of Human Genetics

The University of Chicago Press has announced unrestricted access to an online journal until mid-1998. Full text articles, announcements, and editorials are all available. With online issues beginning at Volume 61, number 5 (November 1997), The American Journal of Human Genetics covers research and reviews of human heredity and the application of genetic principles in medicine, psychology,...

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