[Cats Are Not Peas A Calico History of Genetics [BOOK] Free Reading Kindle ePUB AUTHOR Laura L. Gould
However even though these tangents and inconsistencies exist even these moments are both entertaining and informative and therefore readable One inconsistencies exist even these moments are both entertaining and informative and therefore readable One argue that not enough of Calicos Are Not Peas focuses on actual catscalicos If the other information was edited out and deleted the book would be half the size in length and volume However as already stated the writing is still interesting and therefore not a complete frustration Basically Gould s work suffers from some execution errors but the spirit is there One of the strengths of Calicos Are Not Peas includes Gould s effort to explain the material in layman s terms and make it easy to understand which she is very successful at imparting into Calicos Are Not Peas Gould also infuses the pages with various images and graphical supplements to further illustrate scientific concepts The concluding chapters of
Cats Are Not Peas re engage the cat genetics topic and Are Not Peas re engage the cat genetics topic and with a final conclusion of why genetically speaking Gould s male cat George is a calico Although a climatic ending in some way in others it feels somewhat abrupt and missing something Gould supplements Cats Are Not Peas with an Afterword informal glossary a timeline of major genetic breakthroughs a meticulously organized and compartmentalized reference list and an index of the uestions posed throughout the text Cats Are Not Peas begins with a strong informative and entertaining beginning that works well to enthrall the reader but sadly this weakens throughout the text due to Gould s presentation style and jumbled material That being said Cats Are Not Peas is certainly an asset to the lives of those who own calico cats or have an interest in cat genetics Gould s work is a valuable introduction to the topic and provides food for thought Although Cats Are Not Peas isn t perfect it is worth a read by the calico and cat lover. NA all seen from the little nown and unheralded viewpoint of the pivotal role played by cats as experimental subjects in this epic drama Narrated with inimitable grace and wit this is the story of an unrecognized chapter in the history of scienc. The author uses her caleco tom cat an extremely rare animal as a starting position for a study of the genetics of inheritance its history and studyI really liked the interspersion of everyday life snippets and cameos of her cat George The day to day diary moments provide light entertainment and break up the serious science enough to counter the POTENTIALLY DRY SUBJECT TO MAKE A VERY READABLE BOOKIT dry subject to make a very readable bookIt a good entry book for anyone interested in the subject though she does get a bit tangled every now and again A proof reader that really understood the subject coul George a male calico was a genetic anomaly a subject coul George a male calico was a genetic anomaly a of something that isn t supposed to happen a creature so rare that even most veterinarians have never seen one His curious existence sparked Laura Gould s long search through the archives of genetics to unearth the charming and valiant roles played by early cat geneticists as well as cats themselves in the study of genes and how they work For everyone with an interest in cats and cat breeding this is an unforgettable and often hilarious account of the intersecting lives of cats and geneticistsLaura Gould has written a fascinating layperson s guide to genetics which is a good starting point for those who forgot their GCSE Science cough her journey through the history of genetics is interspersed with anecdotes about George Max and her own observations which makes the academia
less dry however the cats are almost incidental used primarily as a focus to eep Ms Gould following her dry however the cats are almost incidental used primarily as a focus to eep Ms Gould following her uestion so non cat lovers should not be put off by thisas this is the second edition it helpfully includes an addendum covering 1996 2007 but mainly focuses on genome seuencing and cloning whereas i d have preferred a wider update on mammaliancat genetics as a whole obviously there is no information post 07 good book and easy to. After she accidentally adopted a calico cat that turned out to be a male Laura Gould was seized by curiosity For there to be no male calicos at all would be understandable it was their extreme rarity that was the puzzle Gould an expert in linguis.
Review ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ø Laura L. GouldRead I m the proud owner of a long haired Calico Tortie cat with a Maine Coon bloodline By proud owner I actually mean that this cat is my soul mate life ueen child etc It s her world and I m just living in it Calicos are a special case of genetics one which I am naturally curious to learn about so that I can view my baby on an even higher pedestal Laura Gould the owner learn about so that I can view my baby on an even higher pedestal Laura Gould the owner a male calico super rare comes to save the day by exploring calico genetics in Calicos Are Not Peas A Calico History of Genetics In college I took a genetics course in which we had to predict the offspring litter outcome fur coloration and eyes of various cat parent duos For this reason I figured Calicos Are Not Peas wouldn t be above my head Luckily Gould s piece isn t not above anyone s head and is accessible to the average cat lover reader Cats Are Not Peas combines elements of a memoir scholarly scientific
piece and explorationthesis covering the subjects of cat and human genetics inand explorationthesis covering the subjects of cat and human genetics in plus that of calicos Calicos Are Not Peas begins on a highly captivating note diving into cat and calico genetics So much
so that cat lovers or calico owners will find themselves taking notes immediately in order to retainthat cat lovers or calico owners will find themselves taking notes immediately in order to retain repeat the enthralling information Gould s writing is professional and academic yet mixed with an accessible casual tone making Calicos Are Not Peas fast paced and suitable to all readers rather than being bogged down by scientific jargon Gould warns readers that Calicos Are Not Peas will follow a structure that is all over the place and simply is on the path of her own line of thinking instead of a linear journey which is indeed the case Unfortunately Calicos Are Not Peas is choppy disjointed and lacks seamless flow from one topic to the other with many subjects not even making any sense and could have easily been omitted from the final piece. Tics with no previous training in genetics decided to learn how this could be Her researches took her through the great discoveries in genetics from Mendel's studies of inheritance in peas through the discovery of the chromosome and the role of