During evolution there have been a number of major transitions in the way in which information is passed between generations. These include the origin of genes; of the genetic code; of cells; of multicellular animals and plants; of animal societies; and of language. The evolution of increased complexity depended on these transitions. This book describes these transitions and how they came about.Biografía del autor:
John Maynard Smith is an internationally renowned biologiest, widely respected for the originality of his ideas and quality of his thinking. He is a Professor in the School of Biological Sciences, University of Sussex. Eors Szathmary is a Professor at the Collegium Budapest, in Hungary.
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