The seven daughters of Eve

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Bantam, 2001 - Science - 306 pages
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"A traveler from an antique land... lives within us all," claims Sykes, a professor of genetics at Oxford. This unique traveler is mitochondrial DNA, and, as this provocative account illustrates, it ... Read full review

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This was a really fascinating read. I knew only a very little bit about genetics and ancient human history going in, but Sykes writes in a way that feels entry-level understandable AND useful. In ... 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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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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