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  • New American Library (1962)
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  • By keymaster on December 9, 2012

    it was a great price for the book, helped me though the class, very interesting to read would recommend it

  • By Douglas on January 28, 2002

    fiction and non-fiction._The Wellsprings of Life_ is an eloquent tracingof the elements of biochemistry, physiologyand especially, the branching phyla of theof the Carl Gustav Linnaeus cladistics, orbranchings in nomenclature. The biochemistryis arcane and elegant, the tree of life iswell charted in science, in Latin derivednames for the various branchings in thephylal cladistics of Linnaeus and biochemistryin professorial presentation, continuing tobe the best introduction to an interest inbiology, biochemistry or plant and animaltaxonomy, taxonomy being identification ofthe branches phylum, order, class, family,genus, and species.The naming of any species in biology isalways following the genus. The two wordsgenus and species, genus first, then speciesare always Latin derived words, they areitalized, and the first letter of genusis capitalized.E.g., (for example), _Zea mays_, cornThe word corn in Britain describes what wegrow here as wheat. Corn is the Britishword for what we call wheat.Also, the taxonomic keys used to derivespecies identification are intense.E.g., the Dover paperback, _Winter Botany_.The Harvard botanist Asa Gray's _Manual ofBotany_. The companion Latin key toGray, _Gardener's Latin_ by Neal.Some plants mimic a superficial inspectionof another plant and are not biochemicallyor cladistically, or geographically related.The _Wellsprings of Life_ by Isaac Asimovis must reading for any student of scienceinterested in G rated academic intellectualscience reading material.spotter, truk island, south pacific navpacmgm.comp.mgmreg. penna dept. agric.

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