anonymous
  • anonymous
Where can I get "introductory-level Biology textbook" mentioned in the "further study" section? If any will do, what's the best or recommended?
MIT OCW Biology
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I found a book listed at http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK21054/ I wont guarantee its the one for this course but it was an interesting read
anonymous
  • anonymous
In UK, most Biology courses usually start off with one of two introductory books: 1) Biology by Campbell and Reece 2) Life: the science of Biology by Purves. Easily found on amazon or you might want to check for the ebook (if available).

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