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    Biology The Dynamics Of Life

    Alton Biggs, Whitney Crispen Hagins, Chris Kapicka, Linda Lundgren

    Hardcover (Glencoe/McGraw-Hill School Pub, June 1, 2005)
    Biology Dynamics of Life ASIN: 0078299004
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    M. Ridley

    Hardcover (HarperCollins, March 15, 2000)
    Genome: The Autobiography of a Species In 23 Chapters [Unabridged] [Hardcover]Matt Ridley (Author)
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    Marine Biology

    Peter Castro

    Hardcover (McGraw-Hill College, March 31, 2006)
    2007 Marine Biology Sixth Edition Reinforced Binding (H) by Peter Castro & Michael E. Huber ***ISBN-13: 9780073258386 ***460 Pages
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    The Story of the Human Body: Evolution, Health and Disease

    Daniel Lieberman

    Paperback (Penguin, March 15, 2014)
    Story of the Human BodyStory of the Human Body explores how the way we use our bodies is all wrong. From an evolutionary perspective, if normal is defined as what most people have done for millions of years, then it's normal to walk and run 9 -15 kilometers a day to hunt and gather fresh food which is high in fibre, low in sugar, and barely processed. It's also normal to spend much of your time nursing, napping, making stone tools, and gossiping with a small band of people.Our 21st-century lifestyles, argues Dan Lieberman, are out of synch with our stone-age bodies. Never have we been so healthy and long-lived - but never, too, have we been so prone to a slew of problems that were, until recently, rare or unknown, from asthma, to diabetes, to - scariest of all - overpopulation.Story of the Human Body asks how our bodies got to be the way they are, and considers how that evolutionary history - both ancient and recent - can help us evaluate how we use our bodies. How is the present-day state of the human body related to the past? And what is the human body's future?Daniel Lieberman is the Chair of the Department of Human Evolutionary Biology at Harvard and a leader in the field. He has written nearly 100 articles, many appearing in the journals Nature and Science, and his cover story on barefoot running in Nature was picked up by major media the world over. His research and discoveries have been highlighted in newspapers and magazines, including The New York Times, The Boston Globe, Discover, and National Geographic.
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    Undeniable: Evolution and the Science of Creation

    Bill Nye, Corey S. Powell

    Hardcover (St. Martin's Press, Nov. 4, 2014)
    "Evolution is one of the most powerful and important ideas ever developed in the history of science. Every question it raises leads to new answers, new discoveries, and new smarter questions. The science of evolution is as expansive as nature itself. It is also the most meaningful creation story that humans have ever found."--Bill NyeSparked by a controversial debate in February 2014, Bill Nye has set off on an energetic campaign to spread awareness of evolution and the powerful way it shapes our lives. In his New York Times bestseller, Undeniable: Evolution and the Science of Creation, he explains why race does not really exist; evaluates the true promise and peril of genetically modified food; reveals how new species are born, in a dog kennel and in a London subway; takes a stroll through 4.5 billion years of time; and explores the new search for alien life, including aliens right here on Earth. With infectious enthusiasm, Bill Nye shows that evolution is much more than a rebuttal to creationism; it is an essential way to understand how nature works-and to change the world. It might also help you get a date on a Saturday night.
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    Campbell Biology: Concepts & Connections

    Jane B. Reece, Martha R. Taylor, Eric J. Simon, Jean L. Dickey

    Hardcover (Pearson, Feb. 14, 2011)
    Cutting edge information that connects biology to students’ lives. Campbell Biology: Concepts & Connections, Seventh Edition–Go Wild! Campbell Biology: Concepts & Connections , Seventh Edition–always accurate, always current, and always the most pedagogically innovative non-majors biology text. This bestselling text has undergone an extensive revision to make biology even more approachable with increased use of analogies, real world examples, and more conversational language. Using over 200 new MasteringBiology activities that were written by the dynamic author team, your students arrive for class prepared. The book and MasteringBiology together create the classroom experience that you imagined in your wildest dreams.
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    Microbiology: An Introduction

    Gerard J. Tortora, Berdell R. Funke, Christine L. Case

    Paperback (Pearson Benjamin Cummings, July 29, 2006)
    Students can master key concepts and earn a better grade with the help of the clear, concise writing and creative, thought-provoking exercises found in this Study Guide. Revised to match changes in the Ninth Edition, the Study Guide includes concise explanations of key concepts, definitions of important terms, art labeling exercises, critical thinking problems, and a variety of self-test questions with answers.
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    National Geographic Kids Guide to Genealogy

    T.J. Resler

    Paperback (National Geographic Children's Books, April 17, 2018)
    Inspired by the growing ancestry and DNA-testing crazes, this guide helps readers dig into the past and learn more about their own family history.What does your family tree look like? Where do its roots lead? Are you related to royalty? Start your very own journey and find out with this activity-packed guide to genealogy! This lively guide will get you started on researching your family's past and let you in on the newest and most up-to-date technology for genealogy research. Get tips on how to interview family members, create a family tree, and much more. Fun facts, lists, and sidebars offer additional tips and bring the dusty past to vivid life!