Bryan Sykes - Social Science - 2010 - 320 pages
The national bestseller that reveals how we are descended from seven prehistoric women. In 1994 Bryan Sykes was called in as an expert to examine the frozen remains of a man ...
Bryan Sykes - Science - 2012 - 369 pages
Conducts a historical genetic tour of the United States and reveals interesting facts about the ancestry of Americans and how it affects the perception of race.
Bryan Sykes - Science - 1999 - 195 pages
' This is a thought-provoking and extremely readable book in which the arguments are uniformly cogent and the exemplifications admirable' Human GeneticsBryan Sykes brings ...
Bryan Sykes - Science - 2004 - 318 pages
A study of the defining characteristics of men, and the Y chromosome in their DNA, draws on scientific research to explore such issues as the potential for a male homosexual ...
Spencer Wells, Mark Read - Science - 2002 - 224 pages
Traces the history and origins of human evolution, discussing how the human species spread out of Africa, why different races exist, and who our real ancestors are and are not.
Kaja Finkler - Medical - 2000 - 276 pages
Experiencing the New Genetics will lead scholars and general readers alike to question how far genetic inheritance affects our selves and our future.
Mary Jane West-Eberhard - Medical - 2003 - 794 pages
West-Eberhard is widely recognized as one of the most incisive thinkers in evolutionary biology. This book assesses all the evidence for our current understanding of the role ...