By: Jan Sapp
255 pages, no illustrations
Historical analysis of the ideas surrounding symbiosis and the quiet revolution surrounding molecular biology, beginning in the 1960s, and its gradual acceptance as more than a dissenting footnote to Darwinian notions of evolution.
From reviews of the hardback: 'a scholarly account of one of the most important, yet neglected, areas of 20th-century biology New Scientist 'a delightful historical complement to the available texts ... a scholarly overview of the conceptual aspects of the subject.' Nature
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