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General Biology Part II - Mixed Majors By Shannon McDermott
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Textbook intended for college level General Biology, both science majors and non-majors. Covers the 2nd half of the course: anatomy, physiology, plants, and ecology
General Biology Part II - Mixed Majors By Shannon McDermott
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Textbook intended for college level General Biology, both science majors and non-majors. Covers the 2nd half of the course: anatomy, physiology, plants, and ecology
Cell Biology for Health Occupations By Michelle Miller
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BMCC in partnership with Openstax OER materials through Rice University has compiled specific course materials for BI112, a non majors cell biology sequence as part of the pre-requisite program for... More > nursing.< Less
BMCC BI101 - Concepts of Biology By Michelle Miller, Sascha McKeon
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OER for BMCC non Majors Biology course BI 101. Course emphasizes cellular and molecular biology including topics such as the cell, cellular division, DNA and genetics.
BMCC BI102 - Concepts of Biology By Michelle Miller, Sascha McKeon
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OER for BMCC non Majors Biology course BI 102. Course emphasizes diversity, ecology, and environmental science. Topics covered include: cell physiology, classification of viruses, bacteria,... More > protists, fungi and plants. This includes an investigation into ecology, community structure and plant anatomy and physiology.< Less
Understanding Biology through Evolution - Fourth Edition By Bruce D. Olsen
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This is the fourth edition of a clear, effective study guide written by Mr. Olsen to help students in an introductory-level college biology course master the fundamentals — and get the best... More > possible grade. Written especially for non-majors, the concise explanations of core biology concepts are accompanied throughout with helpful illustrations and tables. The author's objective is to illustrate how the concept of evolution is the key to understanding the major sub-disciplines of biology, including genetics, ecology, biodiversity, botany, and zoology.< Less
Understanding Biology Through Evolution : Fourth Edition By Bruce D. Olsen
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This is the fourth edition of a clear, effective study guide written by Prof. Olsen to help students in an introductory-level college biology course master the fundamentals - and get the best... More > possible grade. Written especially for non-majors, the concise explanations of core biology concepts are accompanied throughout with helpful illustrations and tables. The author's objective is to illustrate how the concept of evolution is the key to understanding the major sub-disciplines of biology, including genetics, ecology, biodiversity, botany, and zoology.< Less
Student Lab Manual for College Biology One 2012-2014 By Theophrastus Oferesos
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A lab manual for the first semester of a two semester sequence in college biology.
Biology 1 Textbook (College of the Redwoods)- 2nd Edition By OpenStax College Connexions BiologyNM
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Open textbook for College of the Redwoods non-majors general biology course (Biology 1).
Globus: The Economic Bases for Cooperation By Hassan Rasheed
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Human life arose on Earth more than three million years ago. How the first human cooperative systems emerged from seemingly selfish origins is an area of intense research, spanning biology, game... More > theory and economics. Globus: The Economic Bases for Cooperation is a ground breaking book that reveals in 26 chapters paradigm busting ways on how to think about cooperating human groups in terms of efficiency of work and ultimately of reproduction. It represents the thinking of a leading philosopher/scientist on questions that engage us all on what cooperation is and how it evolves. Hassan Rasheed brings his ideas of cooperation through a shift of thinking to a wider audience of general readers by conveying clear science in an engaging narrative, explaining it in a way that isn't overwhelming for non-science majors and adds questions for the student to prompt critical thinking.< Less