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The author decided to make an extension book. For this it relies on ten years of practice with nearly 4,000 people.
A reading committee made up of seven readers was in charge chapter by chapter of making comments on the understanding of each sentence. This committee consisted of five people without any scientific training in what was reported in the book. Two other people had excellent training and could argue on the substance of the text. This way of proceeding allowed to make a book accessible to all even if sometimes it is necessary to read slowly. References to page numbers allow the reader to return to a notion that he would have lost sight of. Too often in books we can not find the page that gave the definition of a word or a scientific concept.
Some diagrams and cartoons make this book enjoyable. The purpose of this book is to make available to all the scientific work of biologist Jean Seignalet. This book answers a question: "what should be done in practice?"
For essential information about this book, read:
"INTRODUCTION" and "FOREWORD".
To ensure the clarity of this book accessible to all those who have not done any study in biology, it is also necessary to read the COMMENTS of the readers.
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