11th Hour: Introduction to Biology

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Wiley, Nov 5, 1999 - Science - 292 pages
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This book reviews the more challenging material in a college-level, introductory course in biology. It is intended to supplement standard textbooks in biology, or for students who wish to review such material. '11th Hour: Introduction to Biology' is of particular use to students enrolled in a majors or non-majors introductory biology course, or students taking AP biology. It concentrates on those topics that usually give students the most difficulty, and problems/questions are rated throughout in terms of their level of difficulty.


  • Concentrates on those concepts that usually give students the most difficulty.
  • Provides ample opportunity to test the mastery of this material.
  • Rates questions/problems according to their level of difficulty.
  • Additional information provided on the internet site related to this topic - www.blackwellpublishing.com/11thhour.

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About the author (1999)

David L. Wilson is Adjunct Assistant Pro­fessor of History, Southern Illinois Univer­sity Carbondale.
 
John Y. Simon is Professor of History, Southern Illinois University Carbondale.

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