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Biology : Scientific Process and Social Issues - 01 edition

Biology : Scientific Process and Social Issues (ISBN10: 1891786091; ISBN13: 9781891786099)
ISBN13: 978-1891786099
ISBN10: 1891786091

Summary: A brief and engaging tour of how life scientists form hypotheses, design experiments, analyze data, and draw conclusions in carrying out good science. Drawing on experiments from classic and modern biology, the authors compose a masterful picture of biology as a dynamic field ripe for a new generation of investigators.

Edition/Copyright: 01
Cover: Paperback
Publisher: Fitzgerald Science Press
Published: 06/06/2003
International: No

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