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Evolution

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  • Life's Grandeurby Stephen Jay Gould

    Random House 2011; US$ 15.50

    In his characteristically iconoclastic and original way, Stephen Jay Gould argues that progress and increasing complexity are not inevitable features of the evolution of life on Earth. Further, if we wish to see grandeur in life, we must discard our selfish and anthropocentric view of evolution and learn to see it as Darwin did, as the random but unfathomably... more...

  • Why Geese Don't Get Obese (And We Do)by Eric P. Widmaier

    Henry Holt and Co. 1999; US$ 7.39

    What drives us to eat and accounts for different appetites? Why is breathing at high altitudes easy for birds and difficult for humans? Why do animals have two sets of sensory organs--eyes, ears, nostrils, etc...? In Why Geese Don't Get Obese , physiologist Eric Widmaier describes the astonishing ways humans and other creatures have adapted to... more...

  • Evolution and Beliefby Robert J. Asher

    Cambridge University Press 2012; US$ 25.00

    Asher draws on his experiences as a paleontologist and a religious believer, arguing that science does not contradict religious belief. more...

  • Evolution: Teach Yourselfby James Napier

    Hodder & Stoughton 2012; US$ 13.99

    Outlining the major arguments, evidence and theorists, from Darwin to Dawkins, Teach Yourself Evolution will give you a thorough understanding of a doctrine that has provoked fierce debate for over 150 years. more...

  • Darwin and Evolutionby James Napier

    Hodder Education 2011; US$ 11.18

    The answers you need. Now. more...

  • The Mythology of Evolutionby Chris Bateman

    John Hunt Publishing 2012; US$ 17.99

    This book liberates evolution from misrepresentative scientific myths to find a more nuanced vision of life that shows how advantages persist, trust is beneficial, and the diversity of species emerges. more...

  • Creationby Adam Rutherford

    Penguin Books Ltd 2013; US$ 14.09

    'You will not find a better, more balanced or up-to-date take on either the origin of life or synthetic biology. Essential reading' Observer Creation by Adam Rutherford tells the entire spellbinding story of life in two gripping narratives. 'Prepare to be astounded. There are moments when this book is so gripping it reads like a thriller'... more...

  • The Togavirusesby Walter R Schlesinge

    Elsevier Science 2012; US$ 72.95

    The Togaviruses: Biology, Structure, Replication deals with the biology, structure, and replication of rotaviruses. This book covers topics such as the biochemistry of rotaviruses and the biological and medical challenges they pose. It also gives an account of their mechanisms of replication that might lead to perceptions of the capacity to solve biological... more...

  • Evolvingby Daniel J. Fairbanks

    Prometheus Books 2012; US$ 11.99

    This persuasive, elegantly written book argues that understanding evolution has never mattered more in human history. The author uses evidence from archaeology, geography, anatomy, biochemistry, radiometric dating, cell biology, chromosomes, and DNA to establish the inescapable conclusion that we evolved and are still evolving. He also explains in... more...

  • Macromolecular Sequences in Systematic and Evolutionary Biologyby Morris Goodman

    Springer US 2012; US$ 81.40

    George H. F. Nuttall pioneered the study of phylogeny through the ge­ netically encoded sequence structures of proteins. His classic monograph, Blood Immllnity and Blood Relationship, was published in 1904. The findings described in this monograph testified that immunologic compar­ isons of serum proteins could help reveal the phyletic relationships... more...