Hutton, Bob
January 2001
Skeptic;2001, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p25
Focuses on the significance of selfish genes for explaining the evolution of organisms. Benefits of the gene continuing to replicate on the organism it occupies; Analysis of the genes of an organism based on the 'The Extended Phenomenon of Dawkins;' Examples of genes destructive to the organism but beneficial to the gene.


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