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The wild life of our bodies : predators, parasites, and partners that shape our evolution

저자: Rob R Dunn
출판사: New York : Harper, ©2011.
판/형식:   Print book : 영어 : 1st ed모든 판과 형식 보기
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Shares the known and potential consequences of the changing relationships with nature and interactions with other species and emphasizes the importance of reconnecting with the web of life.
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모든 저자 / 참여자: Rob R Dunn
ISBN: 9780061806483 006180648X
OCLC 번호: 658200291
설명: xiv, 290 pages ; 24 cm
내용: pt. 1. Who we all used to be. The origins of humans and the control of nature --
pt. 2. Why we sometimes need worms and whether or not you should rewild your gut. When good bodies go bad (and why) ; The pronghorn principle and what our guts flee ; The dirty realities of what to do when you are sick and missing your worms --
pt. 3. What your appendix does and how it has changed. Several things the gut knows and the brain ignores ; I need my appendix (and so do my bacteria) --
pt. 4. How we tried to tame cows (and crops) but instead they tamed us, and why it made some of us fat. When cows and grass domesticated humans ; So who cares if your ancestors sucked milk from aurochsen? --
pt. 5. How predators left us scared, pathos-ridden and covered in goosebumps. We were hunted, which is why all of us are afraid some of the time and some of us are afraid all of the time ; From flight to fight ; Vermeij's law of evolutionary consequences and how snakes made the world ; Choosing who lives --
pt. 6. The pathogens that left us hairless and xenophobic. How lice and ticks (and their pathogens) made us naked and gave us skin cancer ; How the pathogens that made us naked also made us xenophobic, collectivist, and disgusted --
pt. 7. The future of human nature. The reluctant revolutionary of hope.
책임: Rob Dunn.

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We evolved, like every other species, in a wilderness of parasites, mutualists and pathogens. But we no longer see ourselves as being part of nature and the broader community of life. This title  더 읽기…

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