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Germs, Genes, and Bacteria: How They Influence Modern Life David P. Clark

Germs, Genes, and Bacteria: How They Influence Modern Life

David P. Clark

Published March 30th 2011
ISBN : 9780132788335
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730 pages
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Breakthrough bioscience and its implications: 3 extraordinary boks take you to the cutting edge of biology, genetics, evolution, and human health Three remarkable books take you to the cutting edge of biology, genetics, evolution, and human health --MoreBreakthrough bioscience and its implications: 3 extraordinary boks take you to the cutting edge of biology, genetics, evolution, and human health Three remarkable books take you to the cutting edge of biology, genetics, evolution, and human health -- explaining the newest science, and revealing its incredible implications! Germs, Genes, & Civilization: How Epidemics Shaped Who We Are Today reveals how microbes have shaped our health, genetics, history, culture, politics, religion and ethics... and how theyre shaping our future right now. Allies and Enemies: How the World Depends on Bacteria offers an even closer look at humans intimate partnership with bacteria... how they keep you alive, how they can kill you, and how we can all live together happily in peace. Finally, in It Takes a Genome: How a Clash Between Our Genes and Modern Life Is Making Us Sick, Greg Gibson explains todays explosion in chronic disease through a revolutionary new hypothesis: our genome is out of equilibrium with itself, its environment, and modern culture. From world-renowned leaders in science and science journalism, including David Clark, Anne Maczulak, and Greg Gibson