Symbiotic Planet: A New Look At Evolution

Symbiotic Planet: A New Look At Evolution

From invent of the life to the classification and phylogeny of living organisms, from a discussion of GaiaAthe belief that Earth operates like a living being A to a discussion of the underlying reasons for sex, iconoclastic biologist Margulis solves many big problems in biology in this small and informal tract. The book partially consists of autobiography and biological primer, MargulisAthe scientist most responsible for the theory that animal and plant cells originally arose by combining with simple bacteria, advances the idea that a large part of organic evolution can be explained by symbiosis which is all about living together in physical contact of organisms of different species. Instead of convincing readers of this book, she talks about her attention on basic biological concepts; on the other hand, Margulis conveys a sense of the wondrous and intricate origins of life. Many problems she faced in her life, she has dealt with more clearly and comprehensively in her other works.

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