anonymous
  • anonymous
please introduce a good book about photosynthesis ans its steps,I need a complete one.
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katieb
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IsTim
  • IsTim
Not a book, but have you tried Khan's Academy?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes ,but I think books are better,anyway tq
IsTim
  • IsTim
Well, I guess textbooks might work?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
I have heard of Campbell,but now I need more complete one.
IsTim
  • IsTim
Eh, Nelson Biology 12? They have a pretty in-depth knowledge on photosynthesis.
IsTim
  • IsTim
I hope that's good enough. Good luck!
blues
  • blues
The short comings of the Campbell Reece book are a frequent topic of conversation in this group. If you want download an entire book for just one chapter, there is a superb one on photosynthesis in Garrett and Grisham's "Biochemistry." http://rapidshare.com/files/.../garrett_r.h.__grisham_c.m._biochemistry__2ed.__1999__851s_.pdf
anonymous
  • anonymous
If you can read German, the Strasburger is THE standard botany textbook in Germany, and it really is excellent. Alternately, I've found the Raven/Evert/Eichhorn "Biology of Plants" quite good. I haven't looked at the photosynthesis section specifically (it wasn't covered by the botany course I took last semester), but I found that the book was quite good at explaining the concepts that I did need to know about.

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