The Living Clock: The Orchestrator of Biological Rhythms – Ebook

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REVIEW Ë E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ John D. Palmer

REVIEW Ë E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ John D. Palmer John D. Palmer ´ 9 SUMMARY SUMMARY ä The Living Clock: The Orchestrator of Biological Rhythms This book is an introduction to a basic property of life one mostly unknown to science and the public until the latter half of the last century Humans plants and animals have within their bodies a kind of clock that synchronizes much of what they do throughout their lives to the time ofday and the seasons an. Palmer explains that he wrote this book because so many people he encountered were interested in what he does as a marine biologist In truth it is a book about scientific curiosity and the process of discovery I won t give away the ending found in the last chapter Had Palmer s objective been an exposition on biological clocks the last chapter would have been first Unfortunately I already knew what was in the last chapter so my appreciation for the book was somewhat dulled Still it is a short well written fairly entertaining book Palmer does an excellent job in describing experiments and making them interesting and in showing how often a verification of the obvious led instead to new paths of discovery Not least while Palmer s sense of humor is not terribly creative he can be fun L'europe des capitales. 1600-1700. skira. property of life one mostly unknown to science and the Living in Quebec public until the latter half of the last century Humans Living in Hungary plants and animals have within their bodies a kind of clock that synchronizes much of what they do throughout their lives to the time ofday and the seasons an. Palmer explains that he wrote this book because so many Enric Miralles & Benedetta Tagliabue: EMBT people he encountered were interested in what he does as a marine biologist In truth it is a book about scientific curiosity and the Living in Berlin (en anglais) process of discovery I won t give away the ending found in the last chapter Had Palmer s objective been an exposition on biological clocks the last chapter would have been first Unfortunately I already knew what was in the last chapter so my appreciation for the book was somewhat dulled Still it is a short well written fairly entertaining book Palmer does an excellent job in describing experiments and making them interesting and in showing how often a verification of the obvious led instead to new Happy: Cities and Public Happiness in Post-War Europe paths of discovery Not least while Palmer s sense of humor is not terribly creative he can be fun


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  • 04 September 2018
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