The Extended Phenotype

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'''The Extended Phenotype''' is a 1982 book by [[biologist]] [[Richard Dawkins]]. In the book Dawkins posits that the only thing that genes an control directly is the synthesis of proteins. Dawkins considers ''The Extended Phenotype'' to be his greatest contribution to evolution|evolutionary theory.
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'''The Extended Phenotype''' is a 1982 book by [[biologist]] [[Richard Dawkins]]. The book posits that the only thing that genes can control directly is the synthesis of proteins. Dawkins considers ''The Extended Phenotype'' to be his greatest contribution to [[evolution|evolutionary theory]].
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The Extended Phenotype is a 1982 book by biologist Richard Dawkins. The book posits that the only thing that genes can control directly is the synthesis of proteins. Dawkins considers The Extended Phenotype to be his greatest contribution to evolutionary theory.

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