Gene-Environment Interactions: Fundamentals of Ecogenetics

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Skip to content Skip to search. Costa and David L. Costa, Lucio G. Published Hoboken, N. Language English View all editions Prev Next edition 4 of 4. Other Authors Costa, Lucio G.

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Physical Description xv, p. Subjects Ecogenetics. Transgenic organisms -- Environmental aspects. Ecological genetics. Environmentally induced diseases -- Genetic aspects. Human genetics -- Variation. Disease susceptibility -- Genetic aspects. Genetic toxicology. Target Audience Specialized Summary Understanding the play between heredity and environment, and relating it to disease causation, is the task of ecogenetics.

Gene-Environment Interactions: Fundamentals of Ecogenetics

Gene-Environment Interactions: Fundamentals of Ecogenetics presents the first comprehensive survey of this discipline, reflecting its relationship with toxicology, epidemiology, pharmacology, public health, and other medical and biological fields. Contents Machine derived contents note: Chapter 1. Eaton Chapter 2. Ecogenetics Historical Perspectives 7 Giibert S.

Onnen and Arno G. Motulky Chapter 3. Tools of Ecogenetics 17 Theo K.

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Barmler Fcderco M. Farn and Richard P Beyer Chapter 4. Statistical Issues in Ecogenetic Studies 73 Chapter 6. Eaton Chapter 7. Yuang, Allan E. Rettie and Kenneth E. Thummcl Chapter 8. Pod morphisms in Xenobiotic Conjugation Hle E. View online Borrow Buy Freely available Show 0 more links Set up My libraries How do I set up "My libraries"? Library Services.

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INHERITANCE: GENE ENVIRONMENT INTERACTIONS

Add a comment. Federation University Australia Library. Griffith University. Monash University. State Library of Queensland. The University of Melbourne. Complex diseases i. GEM will focus primarily on middle and high school students and their teachers to promote deeper understanding of genetic concepts including how genes and the environment interact to determine traits.

Engagement in genetics activities and discussions of ethical issues that affect individuals and society will help students to formulate ideas about their own identity attitudes and interests including career interests. Exposing students particularly those from traditionally underrepresented communities to linked career options may encourage some to pursue advanced studies in science and math and ultimately a career in a biomedical field.

Working with communities with a high percentage of underrepresented minority students GEM will support teaching and learning about fundamental genetic concepts complex diseases like type 2 diabetes that are influenced by gene- environment interactions and how basic biomedical research is translated into clinical and public health practice through classroom instruction after school programs and community- based science celebrations.

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