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Biology: Concepts and Connections

3.7 of 5 stars 3.70  ·  rating details  ·  143 ratings  ·  14 reviews
Biology: Concepts and Connections
Hardcover, Sixth Edition, 928 pages
Published February 28th 2008 by Benjamin Cummings (first published January 1st 1994)
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Chelsea Southworth
No. If you love yourself, no.
heidi estoista
Oct 04, 2007 heidi estoista rated it 2 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: no one
haha..its finaLs na, and of course im reading my biology book. :) though quite obsolete (i think they're already at 7th edition?) i still get to read it like everyday..ahehe..go nah.
i wouldnt recommend u to read this edition since ive read the 4th and 5th editions, and so many changes have been made already, since science is so dynamic..!
reading the book,and the topics related to my majors now..ive learned about the physiological activities of the plant and animal cells; membrane polarization;
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Trina
The material this book covers is fascinating! Cells, Biology, Chemistry, Molecules- I LOVE it! I think I'm a science geek. That would explain my severe love of microscopes..
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Back to school! I find I understand the material much better if:
1) I hear the info in lecture first and
2) I am walking and reading the material aloud to myself

I'm one of those kinesthetic learners. I'm setting up an elliptical machine in my house with a
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Elizabeth
for the comparative anatomy and neurology course
Rusdy Nugraha
This book help me graduate
Dong Ho
good book
Chibineko
It was an ok book. Everything was outlined well enough, although some points could have used a bit more explanation & the definitions seemed a little clunky to memorize. Still, it was an invaluable learning tool in my biology class.
Fudz
Ini juga buku penuntun wajib buat mahasiswa Biologi, Apalagi yang baru masuk kuliah!
DEngan ilustrasinya yang banyak, belajar biologi akan sangat menarik dengan buku ini.
Konse-konsep yang di jelaskan juga mudah dipahami.
Katie
Not my favorite intro to bio book. Descriptions and ideas lack the complexity I was looking for. Good for high schoolers, not for undergrads.
Tyas
A highly recommended, updated, user-friendly, biology textbook for non-majors. Our high school currently uses this book.
Natali
super Dense but easy to follow and understand.
Mariana
can i download this book?
Kat
for my education...
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