Love May Be in the Air, But It Started in the Genes | GenomeWeb

In the New York Times science section today, the focus is on sex and attraction. Nicholas Wade contributes a piece about how "human sexual behavior is not a free-form performance, biologists are finding, but is guided at every turn by genetic programs," he writes.

 

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