Symposium: Virus Paleontology, Disease and Evolution. Part III: Can Persisting Viruses Drive Human Evolution?

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TitleSymposium: Virus Paleontology, Disease and Evolution. Part III: Can Persisting Viruses Drive Human Evolution?
IDENTIFIERS
PIDvideo:167
Meeting Sequence Number2003_11_014
ASSOCIATED NAMES
American Philosophical Society Autumn Meeting (2003)
speakerVillarreal, Luis P.
CONTENT DESCRIPTION
AbstractViruses have always been with us. Dr. Villarreal talks about what this persistance means for human evolution.
LanguageEnglish (eng)
Subject (local) History of Science
Subject (lcsh) Viruses
Subject (lcsh) Retroviruses
Subject (lcsh) Viral genetics
Subject (local) APS Meeting Videos
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TypeMovingImage
GenreLecture
Formatvideorecording
Extent00:32:48
Digital Originborn digital
ORIGIN INFORMATION
Date Issued2003-11-15
PublisherAmerican Philosophical Society
Placepau
PlacePhiladelphia, PA
PARENT COLLECTION
TitleAmerican Philosophical Society Archives. Series X.
Call NumberAPS.Archives
URLhttp://www.amphilsoc.org/mole/view?docId=ead/APS.Archives-ead.xml
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