The human genome, the complete set of genes housed in twenty-three pairs of chromosomes, is nothing less than an autobiography of our species.Spelled out in a billion three-letter words using the four-letter alphabet of DNA, the genome has been edited, abridged, altered and added to as it has been handed down, generation to generation, over more than three billion years.
- File NameGenome:-the-Autobiography-of-a-Species-in-23-Chapters.epub
- Original TitleGenome: the Autobiography of a Species in 23 Chapters
- CreatorMatt Ridley
- File Size9 MB