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Race myth AHS10401 20091199 a Scientist have examine the genes and the sequence of the genes. For example, Let us use the term phonebook. We set that the information of the phonebooks are genes, we think that spirals of phonebook is DNA. Producing three billions human genomes might be the greatest achievement in the history of biology and science. We can know the disease and function affected by genes through examining the sequence of genes. The people who took a biology course can easily understand concepts. Venter, the scientist, says that people could not identify the race of the individual from the DNA. There are some people who refute to Venter and defend the race concept in biology. James crow was one of them. In this book, we are going to focus on the impact that the belief in biological races has on society. To do that, we need to make sure we all understand what a biological race is, and why human groups don’t qualify as races. Charles Darwin argued that process pigeon has variety species can make the variety. And he
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