by B. Akre, J. Brainard, N. Gray-Wilson, D. Wilkin
Publisher: CK-12 Foundation 2009
Number of pages: 984
From the table of contents: Foundations of Life Science; Chemical Basis of Life; Cell Structure and Function; Photosynthesis; Cellular Respiration; Cell Division and Reproduction; Genetics; Biotechnology; History of Life; Evolutionary Theory; Principles of Ecology; Populations; The Human Body.
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