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Volume 90 | Number 3 | May-June 2002


Shedding Light on Lichens

Samuel Hammer

A review of Lichens of North America, by Irwin M. Brodo, Sylvia Duran Sharnoff and Stephen Sharnoff

Botanical Art

James White

A review of Flora: An Illustrated History of the Garden Flower, by Brent Elliott

Early American Ecology

Edward Smith

A review of Stephen Forbes and the Rise of American Ecology, by Robert A. Croker

Forging Alliances with Words

George Gopen

A review of Shaping Science with Rhetoric: The Cases of Dobzhansky, Schrödinger, and Wilson, by Leah Ceccarelli

Quantifier of Life

Daniel Kevles

A review of A Life of Sir Francis Galton: From African Exploration to the Birth of Eugenics, by Nicholas Wright Gillham

Call Him Ishmael

Nathaniel Comfort

A review of Science Fictions: A Scientific Mystery, a Massive Cover-up, and the Dark Legacy of Robert Gallo, by John Crewdson

Infant Minds at Work

Lise Eliot

A review of The Infant's World, by Philippe Rochat

To Test or Not to Test

Rachel Ankeny

A review of Future Perfect: Confronting Decisions about Genetics, by Lori B. Andrews


Total Records : 18


 

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