Twin studies, genetics & the environment: Claiming one's inheritance - The Economist

Twin studies, genetics & the environment: Claiming one's inheritance

Twin studies, genetics & the environment: Claiming one's inheritance - The Economist
Twin studies, genetics & the environment: Claiming one's inheritance
Published Aug 14, 2004
485 words — Published Aug 14, 2004
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The relationship between genes and experience is becoming better understood THE scientific study of twins goes back to the late 19th century, when Francis Galton, an early geneticist, realised that they came in two varieties: identical...

  
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