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  • The Systems View of Lifeby Fritjof Capra; Pier Luigi Luisi

    Cambridge University Press 2014; US$ 32.00

    The first volume to integrate life's biological, cognitive, social, and ecological dimensions into a single, coherent framework. more...

  • Identically Differentby Tim Spector

    Orion 2012; Not Available

    Since the discovery of DNA, scientists have believed that genes are fixed entities that cannot be changed by environment - we inherit them, pass them on to our children and take them with us when we die. Professor Tim Spector reveals how the latest genetic research and his own pioneering studies on epigenetics are rewriting everything we thought... more...

  • The Phylogenetic Handbookby Philippe Lemey; Marco Salemi; Anne-Mieke Vandamme

    Cambridge University Press 2009; US$ 56.00

    A broad, hands on guide with detailed explanations of current methodology, relevant exercises and popular software tools. more...

  • Bioinformatics for Beginnersby Supratim Choudhuri

    Elsevier Science 2014; US$ 59.95

    Bioinformatics for Beginners provides a coherent and friendly treatment of bioinformatics for any student or scientist within biology who has not routinely performed bioinformatic analysis.  The book discusses relevant principles needed to understand the theoretical underpinnings of bioinformatic analysis, and demonstrates with examples targeted... more...

  • Bioinformatics For Dummiesby Jean-Michel Claverie; Cedric Notredame

    Wiley 2011; US$ 25.59

    Were you always curious about biology but were afraid to sitthrough long hours of dense reading? Did you like the subject whenyou were in high school but had other plans after you graduated?Now you can explore the human genome and analyze DNA without everleaving your desktop! Bioinformatics For Dummies is packed with valuableinformation that introduces... more...

  • Consanguinity in Contextby Alan H. Bittles

    Cambridge University Press 2012; US$ 92.00

    An essential guide to the sensitive topic of cousin marriage, examining its social, medical, political and legal connotations. more...

  • The Developing Genome: An Introduction to Behavioral Epigeneticsby David S. Moore

    Oxford University Press 2015; US$ 21.99

    Why do we grow up to look, act, and feel as we do? Through most of the twentieth century, scientists and laypeople answered this question by referring to two factors alone: our experiences and our genes. But recent discoveries about how genes work have revealed a new way to understand the developmental origins of our characteristics. These discoveries... more...

  • Race?by Ian Tattersall; Rob DeSalle

    Texas A&M University Press 2011; US$ 35.00

    Race has provided the rationale and excuse for some of the worst atrocities in human history. Yet, according to many biologists, physical anthropologists, and geneticists, there is no valid scientific justification for the concept of race. To be more precise, although there is clearly some physical basis for the variations that underlie perceptions... more...

  • Dento/Oro/Craniofacial Anomalies and Geneticsby Agnes Bloch-Zupan; Heddie Sedano; Crispian Scully

    Elsevier Science 2012; US$ 74.95

    Dental defects may be the physical expression of genetic defects, and so they can often be seen in a variety of syndromes associated with malformations of organs. However, dental defects are often not recognized, identified, nor characterised despite representing a possible diagnostic sign for an undiagnosed condition. This book addresses this gap... more...

  • Evolving Ourselvesby Juan Enriquez; Steve Gullans

    Penguin Publishing Group 2015; US$ 28.95

    ?If you think that human evolution occurred only in the past, think again! Evolving Ourselves is a scintillating, witty, and sometimes scary account of how rapidly changing technologies are altering human evolution in consequential ways. The book boldly predicts our species? evolutionary future.? ? DANIEL E. LIEBERMAN , Edwin M. Lerner II Professor... more...