Biology for Beginners
by Truman Jesse Moon
Publisher: H. Holt and company 1921
Number of pages: 582
This text is an attempt to present the fundamental facts of elementary biology as clearly and briefly as a reasonable scientific accuracy will allow. The course emphasizes the fact that biology is a unit science, based on the fundamental idea of evolution rather than a forced combination of portions of botany, zoology and hygiene.
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by Samantha Fowler, et al. - OpenStax College
This textbook conveys the major themes of biology, such as a foundation in evolution, and features a rich and engaging art program. It is intended for the introductory biology course for non-science majors taught at most two- and four-year colleges.
- Educational Testing Service
The content of the test is organized into three major areas: cellular and molecular biology, organismal biology, and ecology and evolution. The test consists of approximately 200 five-choice questions, a number of which are grouped in sets.
by William A. Locy - H. Holt and Company
The author brings under one view the broad features of biological progress, and increases the human interest by writing the story around the lives of the great Leaders. This is an untechnical account of the rise and progress of biology.
by V. Wolf, P. Crouzen - Saarland University
This text focuses on the analysis of stochastic models in systems biology. Knowledge of basic mathematical concepts is a prerequisites for understanding these lectures. The background in systems biology and probability theory is part of the notes.