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An On-Line Biology Book by Mike J. Farabee

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An On-Line Biology Book
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The text items are modified lecture outlines the author have developed over the many years of teaching college-level introductory biology. The book covers chemistry of life, cells, reactions and enzymes, cellular metabolism, photosynthesis, genetics, protein synthesis, the structure of plants, animal cells and tissues, evolutionary theory, paleobiology, biological diversity, human evolution, population ecology, etc.

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