The Origins of Genome Architecture. Michael Lynch
ISBN: 0878934847,9780878934843 | 258 pages | 7 Mb
The Origins of Genome Architecture Michael Lynch
Publisher: Sinauer Associates Inc
Lynch is the author of the recent book The Origins of Genome Architecture. Many genomic features could not have emerged without a near-complete disengagement of the power of natural selection. Sunderland, MA: Sinauer Associates. @BoxOfScraps: because natural selection isn't perfect, and may not be strong enough to overcome over the other mechanisms of evolution, such as drift and mutation. Sinauer Associates, Sunderlans, MA. He says it's hard enough just to be a molecular biologist or a cell biologist and that reaching out to communicate to other fields is a "daunting task". The Origins of Genome Architecture. On the origins of novelty in development and evolution. In this case, the individual is Michael Lynch, author of The Origins of Genome Architecture and Pigliucci is reviewing the book as one of his peers. I was really excited to find in my mail yesterday a copy of Michael Lynch's new book, The Origins of Genome Architecture, just-published by Sinauer. Lynch represents an 'evolved modern synthesis' position. Molecular signatures of natural selection. Michael Lynch opening, The Origins of Genome Architecture.
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