Genetics of Fitness and Physical Performance is the first comprehensive reference on the role of the genes in influencing individual variation in fitness and performance. The book presents the biological basis of heredity and explains the concepts and methods of genetic epidemiology and molecular biology that are necessary to understand this specialized field. Addressing the rapid advances in molecular biology and the new paradigms of human genetics, this book helps you better understand atherosclerosis, noninsulin dependent diabetes, obesity, and hypertension from a genetic perspective.Chovanova, E.; Bergman, P.; Stukovsky, R. Generic aspects of somato- types in twins. Anthropos. ... Comas, J. Manual of physical anthropology. ... Davenport, C.B. Body build and its inheritance. ... New York: R. Sage Foundation; 1966:529- 61.
|Title||:||Genetics of Fitness and Physical Performance|
|Author||:||Claude Bouchard, Robert M. Malina, Louis Pérusse|
|Publisher||:||Human Kinetics - 1997|