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  • The Symbiotic Planetby Lynn Margulis

    Orion 2013; US$ 14.85

    Lynn Margulis is an ardent supporter of the Gaia hypothesis: the idea that due to the finely balanced interdependence of all life forms, the planet functions as a single, giant cell. She argues that no organism is an island, and that all are linked to each other. Written with tremendous zest and authority The Symbiotic Planet traces the evolution... more...

  • The Symbiotic Planetby Lynn Margulis

    Orion 2013; Not Available

    Lynn Margulis is an ardent supporter of the Gaia hypothesis: the idea that due to the finely balanced interdependence of all life forms, the planet functions as a single, giant cell. She argues that no organism is an island, and that all are linked to each other. Written with tremendous zest and authority The Symbiotic Planet traces the evolution... more...

  • Science Masters: Plan And Purpose In Natureby George C Williams

    Orion 2013; Not Available

    Plan and Purpose in Nature is a brilliant survey of Darwinian evolution in the natural world. It tells the story not only of the wonderful adaptations which the process of the natural selection produces throughout nature,but also the limitations of evolution for the 20th century human beings,which environment and diet have changed drastically while... more...

  • Science Masters: Plan And Purpose In Natureby George C Williams

    Orion 2013; US$ 17.08

    Plan and Purpose in Nature is a brilliant survey of Darwinian evolution in the natural world. It tells the story not only of the wonderful adaptations which the process of the natural selection produces throughout nature,but also the limitations of evolution for the 20th century human beings,which environment and diet have changed drastically while... more...

  • What Evolution Isby Ernst Mayr

    Orion 2014; Not Available

    Evolution is the most important idea in biology, with implications that go far beyond science. But despite more than a century's progress in understanding, there is still widespread confusion about what evolution is, how it works and why it is the only plausible mechanism that can account for the remarkable diversity of life on Earth. Now, for... more...

  • What Evolution Isby Ernst Mayr

    Orion 2014; US$ 17.08

    Evolution is the most important idea in biology, with implications that go far beyond science. But despite more than a century's progress in understanding, there is still widespread confusion about what evolution is, how it works and why it is the only plausible mechanism that can account for the remarkable diversity of life on Earth. Now, for... more...

  • Human Evolutionby Robin Dunbar

    Penguin Books Ltd 2014; Not Available

    What makes us human? How did we develop language, thought and culture? Why do we need them? The past 12,000 years represent the only time in the sweep of human history when there has been only one human species. How did this extraordinary proliferation of species come about - and then go extinct? And why did we emerge such intellectual... more...

  • Virologyby Florence G. Burleson; Thomas M. Chambers; Danny L. Wiedbrauk

    Elsevier Science 2014; US$ 25.95

    Virology: A Laboratory Manual is designed for a one-semester virology laboratory course, although more than one semester of exercises are included. Choices of experiments allow for flexibility within a sequentially organized framework. The text features detailed experimental protocols with comprehensive sections on materials and preparations for... more...

  • An Introduction to Molecular Anthropologyby Mark Stoneking

    Wiley 2015; US$ 129.95

    Filling a unique and unmet need for introductory molecular anthropology texts, An Introduction to Molecular Anthropology covers basic genetic concepts, such as what genes are, what they do, and how they are inherited. Organized into three major sections, chapters build from basic genetic and evolutionary concepts to using genetics to make inferences... more...

  • Wiley Blackwell Student Dictionary of Human Evolutionby Bernard Wood

    Wiley 2015; US$ 149.95

    Once upon a time, say 50 years ago, the only background you needed in order to appreciate what was known about human evolution was a familiarity with a relatively sparse hominid fossil record, what limited information there was about the context of the sites, some knowledge of gross anatomy and simple analytical methods, and an appreciation of general... more...