Explorations in Basic Biology

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Prentice Hall, 2002 - Science - 489 pages
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This self-contained laboratory manual is designed for an introduction to biology. Contains updated coverage of a prokaryotic cell; an introduction of three domains of the biotic world in the classification of organisms; a discussion of Fungi Imperfecti; forty-one self-contained exercises; over 250 figures and several color photos of hard-to-see microscopic subjects. Emphasizes the scientific method throughout. For an introduction to biology.

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Dr. Gunstream has authored numerous lab manuals and has one of the best selling short A&P work texts.

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