Instant Biology by Admin Online

Instant Biology
Title : Instant Biology
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ISBN : 9780449907016
Language : English
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 240

Whether you're bewildered by the vast number of organisms inhabiting our planet or just crave a clear and comprehensive explanation of the endoplasmic reticulum, Instant Biology will guide you through the science that brings the very act of living (and dying) to life.From an enlightening walk down the double helix stairway to a look at Darwin's evolutionary musings on theWhether you're bewildered by the vast number of organisms inhabiting our planet or just crave a clear and comprehensive explanation of the endoplasmic reticulum, Instant Biology will guide you through the science that brings the very act of living (and dying) to life.From an enlightening walk down the double helix stairway to a look at Darwin's evolutionary musings on the diversity of existence, Instant Biology lays bare the facts of life. But Boyce Rensberger goes beyond the birds and the bees to delight in the details that make science fun, like the stubborn micro-species of mite that insist on living in your eyelash


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Instant Biology Reviews

  • Marina

    I'm in the middle of Easy Biology Step-By-Step right now and I have to say Instant Biology has better explanations and diagrams that rival the depth of textbooks (the kingdoms of life and DNA transcription were especially well done). I would recommend this book to anyone who wants a concise introduction/review of the principals of biology. I personally think I got just as much information out of this book than the year long course I took in high school.

  • Andrew

    Never having taken a full biology class through undergraduate engineering and into one class of graduate-level industry-focused Electrical Power for Satellites, I found the 1996 version of Instant Biology an outstanding replacement. I wonder how it compares with "Biology for Idiots" or "KISS (Keep it Simple Stupid) Biology," if they exist.

  • Noelle M

    The best who-done-it I've read. Wonderful retelling of the DNA RNA puzzle resolution. I read it while taking a micro-bio class. Got me through the technical stuff nicely, and made the labs comprehensible. Well worth the reading time.

  • Xenophon Hendrix

    This book helped me get a high score on the CLEP. I recommend it highly for that purpose.