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Linus Carl Pauling

Linus Carl Pauling (1901–94)   Reference library

Francis Crick

Oxford Dictionary of Scientific Quotations

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Quotation
Current Version:
2006
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Quotations
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1,636 words

...is that bread yeast and man have a common ancestor, perhaps two billion years ago. And so we see that not only are all men brothers, but men and yeast cells, too, are at least close cousins, to say nothing about men and gorillas or rhesus monkeys. It is the duty of scientists to dispel ignorance of such relationships. ‘The Social Responsibilities of Scientists and Science’ , The Science Teacher , 1933, 33 , 15 developmental explanation yeast and man have a common ancestor men and yeast cells, too men and yeast cells, too The energy of a covalent bond is...

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