This is a very good first book to read on the subject of epigenetics.
The author does a good job of introducing an advanced concept to give the reader an informed picture of the science of epigenetics and the complexities of the genome.
The author does a nice job of explaining difficult topics and making them easy to understand to the average reader.
This book provided a nice introduction to the field of epigenetics. Not too advanced for a non-expert, but also not too basic. The real life examples were especially helpful.Published 1 month ago by G. Greene
Epigenetics seems like a plausible way for a species to incrementally adapt to a changing life situation. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Blake C. Lawless
Nice read. Chissles down some of the complexity of the gene-epigenetic world that we are just now learning. Read morePublished 3 months ago by chris moreno
When I was but a young man, so many moons ago, I used to delight in annoying my oh-so enlightened scientistic brethren by doubting that the current Darwinist... Read more
I appreciated Francis’ treatment of the medical implications of epigenetics. Since reading it, I have looked at a few online medically-oriented articles on epigenetics to learn... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Daniel N. Lionsden
I enjoyed reading this book. The author does a good job of introducing an advanced concept to give the reader an informed picture of the science of epigenetics and the complexities... Read morePublished 5 months ago by N. Walp
This is a novel and hard area to make accessible to those without insider knowledge but Richard Francis has done a good job. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Dr. Kenneth P. Nunn
A well written explanation of genetics as well as epigenetics. I would liked it to have been longer, but then that probably reflects how much I enjoyed it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Roger Holtum
This book helps us change the way we think about genes, what they are and what they do. Excellent for leading one into deeper study into this fascinating science.Published 6 months ago by Phyllis F Elmore