Volume 89 | Number 1 | January-February 2001
A review of Paleobiogeography: Using Fossils to Study Global Change, Plate Tectonics, and Evolution, by Bruce S. Lieberman.
A review of Technological Innovation as an Evolutionary Process, edited by John Ziman.
A review of Genes and Resistance to Disease, edited by Viktor Boulyjenkov, K. Berg and Yves Christen.
A review of The Door in the Dream: Conversations with Eminent Women in Science, by Elga Wasserman.
A spate of new books seek to interpret quandaries posed by our genomic future. A review of Cracking the Genome, by Kevin Davies, Transducing the Genome, by Gary Zweiger and Abraham Lincoln's DNA and Other Adventures in Genetics, by Philip R. Reilly.
A review of The Century of the Gene, by Evelyn Fox Keller.
A review of The Concept of the Gene in Development and Evolution: Historical and Epistemological Perspectives, edited by Peter Beurton, Raphael Falk and Hans-Jörg Rheinberger.
A review of Perspectives on Genetics: Anecdotal, Historical, and Critical Commentaries, 1987?1998, edited by James F. Crow and William F. Dove.
A review of Who Wrote the Book of Life?, by Lily E. Kay.
A review of We Can Sleep Later, edited by Franklin W. Stahl.
Total Records : 24
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