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Hi,
I have a summer resit for my Genetics module. I’m in first year, basically I just would like a quick easy summary of the basic genetic concepts, such as

• Mendel laws and the principles behind them, and how to apply them
• Gene therapies
• How to do chromosome diagrams

If anyone could help I’d appreciate it so much!!
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If you haven't got a general biology textbook or lecture notes at hand, read the relevant wikipedia articles.
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Instead of asking for someone to type down information about such demanding topics, read about them on your own. Self-teaching is one of the best things you can do at a university level. As the above user stated, you're better off starting with the relevant wikipedia topics. You can then expand to commercial articles. If you successfully grasp it, go to PubMed and read about the latest innovations on these fields.
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