The Making of the Fittest: DNA and the Ultimate Forensic Record of Evolution
Publish date: October 17th 2006
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
, Popular Science
, Natural History
, Science Nature
I kind of wish that I'd read this book in ebook instead of listening to the audio. The library didn't have the ebook, so no go. If I had the ebook, I would have been able to stop and taken notes and this review would be better. I think is book is going to be the last book about Evolution that I read...
Brilliant book that will open your eyes to the wonder of the genome that resides in all living things and how changes in the genome result (eventually) in different species. Read and marvel
I liked the explanations of the various facets of evolution, of vision, especially. It was also interesting to hear what happened to plant genetics in post-World War II Russia. I didn't like the way that Carroll argued for evolution and the attacks he made on creationists. It seems to me that the fa...
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