The seven daughters of Eve

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Bantam, 2001 - Science - 306 pages
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Review: The Seven Daughters of Eve: The Science That Reveals Our Genetic Ancestry

User Review  - Meg Bortin - Goodreads

Good account of the mechanics of mitochondrial DNA, but the examples of the alleged seven women from whom all Europeans descend, while colorful, were entirely speculative and made me wonder how much ... Read full review

Review: The Seven Daughters of Eve: The Science That Reveals Our Genetic Ancestry

User Review  - Michel B. - Goodreads

Very interesting. BUT, I really didn't appreciate or find it necessary to creatively imagine and portray the lives of each of the daughters. I understand why it was done and also figure lots of people ... Read full review

Contents

Prologue
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Icemans Relative Found in Dorset
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So What is DNA and What Does It Do?
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Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Bryan Sykes is professor of genetics at the Institute of Molecular Medicine at Oxford University & was the editor of "The Human Inheritance: Genes, Language, & Evolution".

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