Welcome to Mendel’s garden #3, as can be seen 40 celsius of temperature has not been enough to stop our bloggers. My apologies for the one day delay, but yesterday there was a power cut in half of the city that prevented me from using the computer.
Well, let’s see what comes from the melting blogs, by the way, I have ordered the posts timewise, so the first that I got is the first in the list, and so on. No preferences:
We start with Maggie Kirk from Genomics policy blog, whose post entitled “Mendel’s Garden – blog carnival on genetics: Some thoughts on the value of peas” reminds us a bit of history and social implications of genetics.
Like birds? then have a look at Joe Kissel’s post at interesting thing of the day about the kakapo, a flightless parrot from New Zealand whose naive behaviour is putting the species at the edge of extinction.
My post is about polyploidy in prokaryotes.
I hope everything is fine and if not try to find me in the sunny beach of the south of Spain where I am… I’m the hairy and tanned one…
One last comment: It is starting to be annoying the amount of ads that some blogs have. I didn’t start a blog to pay my bills.
Salud y Libertad! (health and freedom for you all!)
…and Viva la Evolucion!