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Cover: The Black Box of Biology: A History of the Molecular RevolutionThe Black Box of Biology: A History of the Molecular RevolutionMorange, Michel
Cobb, Matthew
HARDCOVER06/09/2020$45.00
Cover: The Hidden Mechanics of Exercise: Molecules That Move UsThe Hidden Mechanics of Exercise: Molecules That Move UsGillen, Christopher M.HARDCOVER03/17/2014$28.95
Cover: Life from an RNA World: The Ancestor WithinLife from an RNA World: The Ancestor WithinYarus, MichaelPAPERBACK03/18/2011$21.50
Cover: Symbiogenesis: A New Principle of EvolutionSymbiogenesis: A New Principle of EvolutionKozo-Polyansky, Boris Mikhaylovich
Fet, Victor
Margulis, Lynn
HARDCOVER06/15/2010$44.00
Cover: Genes in Conflict: The Biology of Selfish Genetic ElementsGenes in Conflict: The Biology of Selfish Genetic ElementsBurt, Austin
Trivers, Robert
PAPERBACK03/15/2008$34.50
Cover: Gene Sharing and Evolution: The Diversity of Protein FunctionsGene Sharing and Evolution: The Diversity of Protein FunctionsPiatigorsky, JoramHARDCOVER02/28/2007$90.00
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