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This book is a very good book on the subject of the biology. There are very fewer books which deal with the topics so nicely like this one. The main theme of the book “The Extended Phenotype” includes the biological processes. The processes like the tissue growth or the protein biosynthesis are very well explained in this book. And the idea and the concept of the book is to extend the phenotype and to not to keep it limited to the biological processes. The author says that the phenotype is a larger term and it should include the gene’s environment and the effect on the gene’s environment on the gene as well. It doesn’t matter where the gene is, it may be outside or it may be inside the body as well.

There are many important theories given in this book by the author as well. The important and the main thing in this book is the “Gene”. If we say that this book is a gene-centered book then it will not be wrong. The main idea of the book is “An animal’s behavior tends to maximize the survival of the genes “for” that behavior, whether or not those genes happen to be in the body of the particular animal performing it.”

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About Author Clinton Richard Dawkins:

The writer of “The Extended Phenotype” is an English biologist. Clinton Richard Dawkins is not just a writer but an ethologist and a very good evolutionary biologist as well. Not just this but his work in the biology has a strong position as well.

Features of The Extended Phenotype PDF:

  • English is the original language of the book.
  • The United Kingdom is the original publication place of the book.
  • “Oxford University Press’ are the publishers of the book.
  • There are 307 pages of this book.
  • The publication year of the book is 1982.
  • The main subject and the theme of the book is Revolutionary Biology.

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