John Doebley


"Griffiths is a superb text with well-qualified authors, earnest academic rigor (appropriate for college students), and content that is well supported by end of chapter problems. I like that the authors have a clear focus in each chapter and use examples to support their pedagogical goals - the "cool" examples are used conservatively in direct support of the goals for each chapter."
--Jay Brewster, Pepperdine University

"Thorough, well-written, it has always been a solid text."
--Matthew White, Ohio University 

"I always feel that teaching genetics is exciting because nearly every chapter has a Nobel-winning experiment. The writing style of this chapter [13] certainly captures that excitement."
--Henry Chang, Purdue University
"Griffiths is a classic text that does a good job overall. For the most part it is very clear in its explanations. The organization is fairly traditional, with classic Mendelian genetics presented first."
--Jennifer Powell, Gettysburg College

John Doebley

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