General Biology

A compilation of books on Biology, the science that studies living organisms 

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General Biology

Biology Laboratory Manual by D.S. Vodopich et al.
This laboratory manual is designed for an introductory majors biology course with a broad survey of basic laboratory techniques.

Date: 16 Oct 2006, Rating: 2.8

Inquiry Into Life by S.S. Mader
From the unique delivery of biology content, to the time tested art program, to the complete integration of the text with technology, Dr. Sylvia Mader has formed a teaching system that will both motivate and enable your students to understand and apprecia

Date: 16 Oct 2006, Rating: 4.2

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Biology by G. Moulton
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Biology is a lifesaver for anyone studying for a big AP biology test or working to finish Biology 101.

Date: 16 Oct 2006, Rating: 2.6

Biology and Revolution in Twentieth-Century China by L. Schneider
Using the field of genetics as a case study, this book follows the troubled development of modern natural science in China from the 1920s, through Mao's China, to the present post-socialist era.

Date: 16 Oct 2006, Rating: 3.0

Bioinquiry: Making Connections in Biology, 3rd Edition by N.L. Pruitt & L.S. Underwood
From its inception, this NSF-sponsored learning system was hailed as a welcome departure from traditional approaches, both in terms of organization and delivery of content.

Date: 16 Oct 2006, Rating: 4.0

Exploring Creation With Biology by J.L. Wile & M. Durnell
Excerpt from customer review: The authur of this book admits he is biased in that he believes there is a God...

Date: 16 Oct 2006, Rating: 3.0

Biology: Understanding Life by S.Alters & B.Alters
Designed for a one or two semester non-majors course in introductory biology taught at most two and four-year colleges.

Date: 11 Oct 2006, Rating: 3.2

Biology Inquiries: Standards-Based Labs, Assessments, and Discussion Lessons by M.Shields
Biology Inquiries offers educators a handbook for teaching middle and high school students engaging lessons in the life sciences.

Date: 11 Oct 2006, Rating: 3.7

Basic Concepts in Biology (with CD-ROM, How Do I Prepare/vMentor, and BiologyNow/InfoTrac) (Brooks/Cole Biology)
BASIC CONCEPTS IN BIOLOGY supplies a 650 page, introductory issues-oriented approach with enormous instructional power.

Date: 11 Oct 2006, Rating: 2.8

Biology: Today and Tomorrow by C.Starr
Cecie Starr is the most successful author in non-majors biology because of her clear and engaging writing, trend-setting art, and unparalleled student and instructor media.

Date: 11 Oct 2006, Rating: 2.0

Life On The Edge (Cool Science) by C. Winner
First Sentence: One of the biggest mysteries in science is whether we are alone in the universe.

Date: 11 Oct 2006, Rating: 1.0

Real Science-4-Kids Biology, Level 1 by R.W. Keller
Real Science-4-Kids Biology, Level I, presents college-level biological concepts at a 4th and 5th grade reading level.

Date: 11 Oct 2006, Rating: 3.5

Biology: A Guide to the Natural World by D. Krogh
This book serves as the most successful introduction to biology published in the last 10 years, and remains the only one written and illustrated from the ground up.

Date: 11 Oct 2006, Rating: 3.0

The Living World, 4th Edition by G.B. Johnson
George Johnson’s textbook has often been considered a student favorite. Dr. Johnson has written this non-majors textbook from the ground up to be an engaging and accessible learning tool with an emphasis on "how things work and why things happen th

Date: 11 Oct 2006, Rating: 2.0

Biology by S.S.Mader
Biology is a comprehensive introductory biology textbook for non-majors or mixed-majors courses that covers biology in a traditional order from the structure and function of the cell to the organization of the biosphere.

Date: 10 Oct 2006, Rating: 3.2