Genome: The Autobiography of a Species In 23 Chapters

Genome: The Autobiography of a Species In 23 Chapters
Publisher: HarperCollins | ISBN: 0060194979 | edition 2000 | File type: PDF | 349 pages | 15,1 mb
Science writer Matt Ridley has found a way to tell someone else's story without being accused of plagiarism. Genome: The Autobiography of a Species in 23 Chapters delves deep within your body (and, to be fair, Ridley's too) looking for dirt dug up by the Human Genome Project. Each chapter pries one gene out of its chromosome and focuses on its role in our development and adult life, but also goes further, exploring the implications of genetic research and our quickly changing social attitudes toward this information. Genome shies away from the quot;tedious biochemical middle managersquot; that only a nerd could love and instead goes for the A-material: genes associated with cancer, intelligence, sex (of course), and more.


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