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    A Concise History of Molecular Biology and Genetics 
    Chronological listing of the major events. Includes a basic primer, basic techniques, cell biology and histology.
    Biotech Chronicles 
    A brief history of biotech discoveries which continue to influence the field today. Features essays on genetics and DNA research, and profiles of some of the influential individuals.
    Designer Genes: A Short History of Genetics 
    Provides information on Mendel, cell nuclei, chromosome theory, and the discovery of DNA structure.
    DNA and Molecular Genetics 
    Traces the history of the discoveries relating to DNA and inheritance. Includes diagrams and links to related resources.
    Foundations of Classical Genetics 
    Features a collection of publications, that can be browsed by author, by title, or by date of publication. Also includes a comparative timeline.
    History of Genetics 
    Course taught at Dartmouth College; includes links to biographical essays, online papers, and other resources, including eugenics and genome projects.
    History of Genetics Timeline 
    Timeline of major events. Includes dates, the discovery, and the scientist .
    History of the Human Genome Project 
    Details about the U.S. Human Genome Project including its goals, history and progress with links to key documents, publications, a timeline, and Project contacts.
    Landmarks in the History of Genetics 
    Annotated timeline from the 17th century to the present-from Cardiff Univ.
    Educational resource for teachers and students interested in the origins of classical genetics, introductory data analysis, elementary plant science, and the history and literature of science.
    The Century of the Gene 
    Features the first chapter and a review of Evelyn Fox Keller's book.
    The Embryological Origins of the Gene Theory 
    Paper which discusses the emergence of the gene theory out of embryology based on the research of Wilson, Boveri, and Morgan.
    The History of Drosophila Genetics 
    Discusses some of the personal characteristics of A. H. Sturtevant and Th. Dobzhansky and the differences that contributed to their scientific estrangement.