The Genius in All of Us ( 2011 )


Lamarck called it “the inheritance of acquired characteristics”—the notion that an individual’s actions can alter the biological inheritance passed on to his or her children. For example, giraffes, according to Lamarck’s theory, had developed longer and longer necks over the generations because of the giraffe's practice of reaching higher and higher for… (More)


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