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Author: Bruce Wallace
ISBN13: 978-0133511970
Title: Genetic Load (Concepts of Modern Biology)
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Language: English
Publisher: Prentice Hall; 1st edition (February 1970)
Pages: 116

Genetic Load (Concepts of Modern Biology) by Bruce Wallace

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This book uses modern biological knowledge to tackle the question of what distinguishes living organisms from the non-living world.

About Life Concepts in Modern Biology. by. PAUL S. AGUTTER Theoretical and Cell Biology Consultancy, Glossop, Derbyshire, . and. DENYS N. WHEATLEY BioMedES, Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, . 223 231 237. PREFACE. Thanks to the popular media, and to books by Dawkins, Fortey, Gould, Margulis and other writers, people are informed about many aspects of biology.

This book explores both general and specific ideas of the formation and development of modern natural sciences. Some basic problems characteristic of natural science development are discussed. the Universe and Earth, the concepts of general and applied ecology, and features of self-organization processes in both inanimate and animate nature. Such a refusal would be as unreasonable as a refusal of biology to take cognizance of the concepts and verified knowledge of physics and chemistry.

Widely accepted theo-ries of aging such as the theory of mutation accumulation, the free radical theory, the theory of antagonistic pleiotropy, and the theory of organized soma, are examined. Methods of estimating the rate of aging are discussed. Hypotheses aimed at aging mechanisms are extremely varied.

Biology: Biology, study of living things and their vital processes that deals with all the physicochemical aspects of life. Modern principles of other fields, such as chemistry, medicine, and physics, for example, are integrated with those of biology in areas such as biochemistry, biomedicine, and biophysics. Aristotelian concepts. Around the middle of the 4th century bce, ancient Greek science reached a climax with Aristotle, who was interested in all branches of knowledge, including biology. Using his observations and theories, Aristotle was the first to attempt a system of animal classification, in which he contrasted animals containing blood with those that were bloodless.