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Time, love, memory: a great biologist and his quest for the origins of behavior

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Armed with only a few test tubes, a light bulb, and 100 fruit flies, physicist-turned-biologist Seymour Bezmour revolutionized molecular biology. Weiner's fascinating book recounts how Bezmour's beautifully simple experiments revealed the genetic origins of human behavior. (LJ 5/15/99) Read full review

Review: Time, Love, Memory: A Great Biologist and His Quest for the Origins of Behavior

User Review  - Larry - Goodreads

Even though I have not studied biology since 1963, I found this book quite interesting and engaging. I was amazed by how much we humans share with fruit flies. At the same time, I was appalled by what the scientists did to these beings with whom we share so much. Read full review

Review: Time, Love, Memory: A Great Biologist and His Quest for the Origins of Behavior

User Review  - Cheryl - Goodreads

I've read books on evolutionary biology and other sciences, but for some reason found this one a little confusing. Maybe my natural biases of the role of genes in behavior influenced how I understood ... Read full review


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