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Laboratory Activities to Accompany General Biology I By Thomas Lonergan
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A laboratory manual for use in BIO 103 at WCSU
General Biology I Laboratory Manual: A Modified Approach By Lisa Mims
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This lab manual is a simplified approach to linking knowledge content with hands-on learning applications for a one semester General Biology I course.
Organic Chemistry With a Biological Emphasis, Volume II (2016 edition) By Tim Soderberg
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A textbook intended for a sophomore-level, two-semester course in Organic Chemistry targeted at Biology, Biochemistry, and Health Science majors. Biomolecules and biochemical reactions are... More > emphasized throughout, rather than the reagents and reactions of laboratory synthesis as is the traditional approach. It is assumed that readers have taken a year of General Chemistry and college level Introductory Biology, and are concurrently enrolled in the typical Biology curriculum for sophomore Biology/Health Sciences majors.< Less
Organic Chemistry With a Biological Emphasis, Volume I (2016 edition) By Tim Soderberg
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A textbook intended for a sophomore-level, two-semester course in Organic Chemistry targeted at Biology, Biochemistry, and Health Science majors. Biomolecules and biochemical reactions are emphasized... More > throughout, rather than the reagents and reactions of laboratory synthesis as is the traditional approach. It is assumed that readers have taken a year of General Chemistry and college level Introductory Biology, and are concurrently enrolled in the typical Biology curriculum for sophomore Biology/Health Sciences majors.< Less
Coastal Mycology of Puerto Rico By Angel M. Nieves-Rivera
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This study was originally submitted as a dissertation for the doctoral degree in Marine Sciences for the Department of Marine Sciences of the University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez. It was... More > subdivided into eleven chapters and two appendixes, which treated a number of biological aspects of the coastal, marine, and estuarine mycology of the Puerto Rican archipelago. Field and laboratory surveys were carried out. It has been summarized the history of marine mycology in Puerto Rico, a checklist of all the known fungi species, and general ecological aspects in beaches, mangroves, and estuarine environments. Some fungal species might be useful for bioremediation. For example, two species of Cladosporium were isolated from seawater based on their ability to use the polyaromatic hydrocarbons naphthalene and phenanthrene as a sole carbon and energy source. Also a bibliography on coastal and marine biology primarily mycological in orientation is presented.< Less