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AoB PLANTS

January 2013; published online December 2013.

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What Animals Want

Larry Carbone.

June 2004; published online September 2007.

Book. 300 pages.

This book presents a history of animal rights. It brings a novel, sociological perspective to an area that has been addressed largely from a philosophical perspective, or from the...

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Beyond the Stony Mountains

Daniel B. Botkin.

November 2004; published online September 2007.

Book. 320 pages.

America's great epic of exploration — the journey of Lewis and Clark — was also one of the most successful scientific expeditions in history. In notebooks filled with vivid and remarkably...

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Triumph of the Fungi

Nicholas P. Money.

September 2006; published online September 2007.

Book. 214 pages.

This book is concerned with the most devastating fungal diseases in history. These are the plagues of trees and crop plants caused by invisible spores that have reshaped entire landscapes...

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Population Genetics, Linguistics, and Culture History in the Southwest Pacific

Edited by Jonathan S. Friedlaender.

September 2007; published online September 2007.

Book. 272 pages.

The broad arc of islands north of Australia, extending from Indonesia east towards the central Pacific, is home to a set of human populations whose diversity is unsurpassed elsewhere....

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Tomorrow's Table

Pamela C. Ronald and Raoul W. Adamchak.

April 2008; published online May 2008.

Book. 226 pages.

In modern agricultural politics, organic farming and genetic engineering occupy opposite ends of the spectrum. In the Ronald-Adamchak household, the world is not so black and white. Ronald...

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Biology of the Ubiquitous House Sparrow

Ted Anderson.

August 2006; published online September 2007.

Book. 560 pages.

After the chicken, the House Sparrow is the most widely distributed bird species in the world, occurring on all continents except Antarctica and on most human-inhabited islands. Although...

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Environmental Change and Globalization

Robin Leichenko and Karen O'Brien.

July 2008; published online September 2008.

Book. 192 pages.

This book explores the connections between two of the most transformative processes of the 21st century, namely global environmental change and globalization. It presents a conceptual...

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Are We Hardwired?

William R. Clark and Michael Grunstein.

October 2004; published online April 2010.

Book. 332 pages.

The role of genes in governing behavior remains one of the most controversial topics in human biology. Early in this century, over-eager promotion of a genetic basis for behavior led to the...

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