By Robert M. Benbow, Anthony J. Zuccarelli, Alma J. Shafer, Robert L. Sinsheimer (auth.), Rhoda F. Grell (eds.)
This ebook comprises the papers provided on the Twenty-Seventh Annual Biology department examine convention which was once held April 1-4, 1974 in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. the subject of the symposium used to be Mechanisms in Recombination and it follows by means of precisely two decades the former Gatlinburg Symposium on Genetic Recombination. in this period, and the previous years besides, the method of recombination has remained a relevant and tantalizing challenge for geneticists. the topic assumes additional importance with the new allure by way of a committee of major scientists for a moratorium at the development of particular types of recombinant molecules. That autonomously replicating molecules linking parts of professional karyotic and eukaryotic DNA can now be produced in vitro attests to the technical advances that experience taken position during this box. however, the main points underlying the method in vivo stay elusive. This symposium introduced jointly members learning recombi state in organisms as greatly separated as bacteriophage and mammals and utilizing disciplinary methods of similar range. Conse quently the current quantity summarizes a lot of present concepts and ideas about the topic. The assembly was once backed through the Biology department of the Oak Ridge nationwide Laboratory (operated through the Union Carbide company for the U. S. Atomic strength fee) with the help and encour agement of its director, H. I. Adler. The organizing committee was once chaired via J. ok. Setlow and incorporated R. F. Grell, R. D. Hotchkiss and E. Volkin. targeted thank you are because of the audio system, to I. R.
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Mechanisms in Recombination by Robert M. Benbow, Anthony J. Zuccarelli, Alma J. Shafer, Robert L. Sinsheimer (auth.), Rhoda F. Grell (eds.)