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In addition you come to know the internal political perils of science as well as its greater reach.
The Seven Daughters of Eve is the story of Bryan Sykes' study of mitochondrial DNA and its implications for our sense of ourselves and our place in the world.
As a layman very much interested in human genetics, I found this book extremely understandable, and an easy read.
This book serves as an excellent introduction for the non-scientist to how mitochondrial DNA is used to determine maternal lineage. No prior knowledge of DNA is required. Read morePublished 12 days ago by David R. Childree
Fascinating read. You wouldn't think so, but if you are into family history, you will love this story and how this scientist gets hooked on it through a project he was asked to be... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Sue Belise Hull
awesome book, very interesting and well-written. explains the science well, but still entertains.Published 29 days ago by Tammara
Family history researchers should read "The Seven Daughters of Eve" before doing any genetic genealogy. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Grant Hovey
The present enthusiasm for genealogical research is considerable. I am yet another one who has decided to trace ancestors but not only to find those whose lives have contributed... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Phillip J. Hanson