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Product Description: George H. F. Nuttall pioneered the study of phylogeny through the ge netically encoded sequence structures of proteins. His classic monograph, Blood Immllnity and Blood Relationship, was published in 1904. The findings described in this monograph testified that immunologic compar isons of serum proteins could help reveal the phyletic relationships of primates and other animals...read more
By Morris Goodman (editor)

Hardcover:

9780306410611 | Plenum Pub Corp, December 1, 1982, cover price $99.00 | About this edition: George H.

Paperback:

9781468442854 | Reprint edition (Springer Verlag, May 10, 2012), cover price $99.00 | About this edition: George H.

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Product Description: In 1962 at the Burg Wartenstein Symposium on "Classification and Human Evolution," Emile Zuckerkandl used the term "molecular anthropology" to characterize the study of primate phylogeny and human evolution through the genetic information contained in proteins and polynucleotides...read more
By Morris Goodman (editor) and Richard E. Tashian (editor)

Hardcover:

9780306309489 | Plenum Pub Corp, October 1, 1976, cover price $99.00 | About this edition: In 1962 at the Burg Wartenstein Symposium on "Classification and Human Evolution," Emile Zuckerkandl used the term "molecular anthropology" to characterize the study of primate phylogeny and human evolution through the genetic information contained in proteins and polynucleotides.

Paperback:

9781461587859 | Reprint edition (Springer Verlag, July 18, 2013), cover price $99.00 | About this edition: In 1962 at the Burg Wartenstein Symposium on "Classification and Human Evolution," Emile Zuckerkandl used the term "molecular anthropology" to characterize the study of primate phylogeny and human evolution through the genetic information contained in proteins and polynucleotides.

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