Drosophila: A Practical Approach by D. B. Roberts

Drosophila: A Practical Approach

EditorD. B. Roberts

Paperback | March 1, 1998

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Drosophila is the scientist's favourite lab organism because it reproduces quickly and has straightforwartd chromosomes. It has long been the organism of choice in experiments in genetics and is also popular in developmental and behavioural studies. The second edition of this popular PracticalApproach book brings the methodology up to date, with contributions from the world's leading Drosophila researchers. It will be valuable to the novice and experienced worker alike.

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David Roberts is at University of Oxford.
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Title:Drosophila: A Practical ApproachFormat:PaperbackDimensions:414 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1.02 inPublished:March 1, 1998Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0199636605

ISBN - 13:9780199636600

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Table of Contents

1. The elements of Drosophila biology and genetics2. Mutagenesis3. Transposons - gene tagging and mutagenesis4. Chromosome mechanics: the genetic manipulation of aneuploid stocks5. Enhancer traps6. Looking at embryos7. Immunolabelling of Drosophila8. Population and ecological genetics9. Behaviour, learning, and memory10. Cell culture11. Preparation of nucleic acids

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'...The systematic presentation of the easily applied protocols, which can be used in almost every laboratory, and the well written text in most of the chapters make this edition a valuable contribution in Drosophila research' FEBS Letters