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When Will Broccoli Taste Like Chocolate?: Your Questions on Genetic Traits Answered by Stanford University Scientists

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Why do I have freckles? How are two-headed snakes possible? Can scientists use genetics to make superheroes? "When Will Broccoli Taste Like Chocolate?" offers entertaining and informative answers written by Stanford University scientists to these and many more questions asked by people of all ages from around the world. The easy-to-read explanations reveal how the science ...more
Paperback, 134 pages
Published July 20th 2012 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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This is one of the best non fiction books I have read in years. It's sort of 'genetic for dummies' by Stanford University and takes real questions asked by real people off the street and explains them in easy to understand terms. Because some of the questions are similar or linked and are answered by different professors, there is quite a lot of duplication in explanations, but I found that useful because it help to get the info into my decrepit brain and some of it has actually stuck!
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