Basic Cell and Molecular Biology 3e: What We Know & How We Found Out - Open Textbook LibraryEssential Cell Biology. ISBN: X. In many colleges and universities, including my own, the biology major encompasses the range of biological complexity from molecular and cellular biology through ecology and ecosystem biology. Although many students go on to more advanced courses in either cellular or molecular biology, this single class is the only exposure that many students have to one of the most rapidly growing fields in modern biology. Finding a textbook that adequately presents these broad areas at an appropriate introductory level is challenging. In fact, in the three years that I have taught the class, we have used three different textbooks. Our selection this past year was the second edition of Essential Cell Biology ECB , and I expect that we will continue to use this book for years to come.
Basic Cell and Molecular Biology 3e: What We Know & How We Found Out
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