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Extended heredity Extended heredity :
Illustrative Content
LCC: QH431 .B6324 2018 (Source: dlc)
QU 500 B711e 2018
DDC: 599.93/5 full
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Lccn: 2017958983
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"For much of the twentieth century it was assumed that genes alone mediate the transmission of biological information across generations and provide the raw material for natural selection. In Extended Heredity, leading evolutionary biologists Russell Bonduriansky and Troy Day challenge this premise. Drawing on the latest research, they demonstrate that what happens during our lifetimes--and even our grandparents' and great-grandparents' lifetimes{u2014}can influence the features of our descendants. On the basis of these discoveries, Bonduriansky and Day develop an extended concept of heredity that upends ideas about how traits can and cannot be transmitted across generations." -- From publisher's website.
Table Of Contents
How to Construct an Organism
Heredity from First Principles
The Triumph of the Gene
Monsters, Worms, and Rats
The Nongenetic Inheritance Spectrum
Evolution with Extended Heredity
Why Extended Heredity Matters
Apples and Oranges?
A New Perspective on Old Questions
Extended Heredity in Human Life.
Authorized Access Point
Bonduriansky, Russell, Extended heredity
Authorized Access Point Variant
Day, Troy, 1968- Extended heredity