Watson, Lyall
May 1989
Sciences;May/Jun89, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p43
Academic Journal
Focuses on the origin of species. Contribution of scientist Charles Darwin to the evolution of life; Role of selection in creating every nuance of form and function; Effort of scientist Alfred Russel Wallace to contribute in the studies of biology.


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