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  1. Essential Cell Biology by Bruce Alberts, Dennis Bray, et all 2009-03-27
  2. Developmental Biology, Ninth Edition (Developmental Biology Developmental Biology) by Scott F. Gilbert, 2010-03-31
  3. Molecular Cell Biology (Lodish, Molecular Cell Biology) by Harvey Lodish, Arnold Berk, et all 2007-06-15
  4. CliffsNotes AP Biology by Phillip E. Pack Ph.D., 2009-01-27
  5. Student Study Guide for Biology, 6th Edition by Martha R. Taylor, Neil A. Campbell, et all 2001-12
  6. Kaplan SAT Subject Test Biology E/M 2010-2011 Edition (Kaplan Sat Subject Test. Biology E/M) by Kaplan, 2010-03-02
  7. Biology: Life as We Know It! by Dan Green, Simon Basher, 2008-09-16
  8. Biology by Peter Raven, George Johnson, et all 2007-01-18
  9. Molecular and Cell Biology For Dummies by Rene Fester Kratz PhD, 2009-06-02
  10. Biology: A Self-Teaching Guide, 2nd edition by Steven Daniel Garber, 2002-08-15
  11. Biology Coloring Book by Robert D. Griffin, 1986-12-15
  12. Biology (Cliffs Quick Review) by I. Edward Alcamo, Kelly Schweitzer, 2001-05-29
  13. Molecular Biology of the Cell, Fifth Edition: The Problems Book by John Wilson, Tim Hunt, 2007-11-28
  14. Essential Cell Biology, Second Edition by Bruce Alberts, Dennis Bray, et all 2003-09-25

21. Biology/Life Sciences Online Resources At Education Index
Hand picked directory of online biology/Life Sciences resources.
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American Institute of Biological Sciences
Online BioSciences includes selected articles from the print version, links to many other biology sites on the Web, and information about life sciences in general. A good starting point.
Bats, Bats Everywhere
Set up to teach kids about bats, this site has good information for all ages. Learn where and how bats live, how they help people, what myths about them are untrue, and much more. You can also play a bat game, take a bat quiz, and visit a bat cave.
The Bear Den

Bio Online
Biotechnology information supplied by industry, government, and research sources is offered here. Includes a Career Center with job search and HR links.
Biodidac: A bank of digital resources for teaching biology
This is university level biology material, but includes images (more than 3000 so far) which would be useful at lower levels as well. Complete the free registration and all materials are yours to use. Available in English and French.
Biology and chemistry sites in a dozen categories (including the regulars plus news, lab safety, ethics, and careers) are gathered here. They are not reviewed but do include author and sponsoring institution.

22. Caltech Division Of Biology
History, course descriptions and schedules, calendar of events, facilities and resources, research areas, faculty and staff, programs of study,
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This Week Tue. 4/1 4:00 PM "Consumer Antibacterial Soaps: Effective or Just Risky" Allison Aiello, Center for Social Epidemiology and Population Health, University of Michigan. Biology News New Rosen Bioengineering Center Funded
Seeing a burgeoning new research field at the interface of biology and engineering, the Benjamin M. Rosen Family Foundation of New York has donated $18 million to Caltech to establish the Donna and Benjamin M. Rosen Bioengineering Center. Fly Flight Simulators Reveal Secrets of Decision Making
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23. Indiana University Department Of Biology
A comprehensive, university biology research department, ranked among the best in the country; provides undergraduate and graduate education in all areas of
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Assistant Professor of Biology I am interested in the early processes that govern specification and patterning of specialized tissues. My research group is primarily focused on the decisions that guide retinal development in the fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster . As the genes and regulatory networks governing eye formation are conserved throughout evolution, the inroads that we make with the fly retina have direct implications for our understanding of the development and disease of the human eye. We use a creative mixture of genetics, molecular biology, biochemistry and microscopy to advance our understanding of the eye. Find out more:
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24. The Department Of Biology At UNC-Chapel Hill
Department of biology University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill CB 3280, Coker Hall Chapel Hill, NC 275993280, Phone (919) 962-2077 Fax (919) 962-1625
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25. Subject: Biology - Cogprints
Subject biology. Subject Areas (3099). biology (467). Animal Behavior (115) Theoretical biology (128). Number of items at this level 0.
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26. The University Of York - Department Of Biology
Information about the department and its staff. Includes details of research activities, teaching and training, short courses and seminars, and departmental
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Welcome by the Head of Department: Welcome to the Biology Department at the University of York - one of the UK's leading university biological sciences departments. With over 60 academic staff, we cover the spectrum of contemporary biological sciences from molecular aspects of cancer to field ecology. All aspects of our activity are highly rated in peer review: our teaching was scored at 24/24 by the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) for higher education, and our research rated at "5" in the most recent national Research Assessment Exercise (RAE). Professor Dale Sanders FRS
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Masters courses in the Biology Department: studentships are now available for October 2008 entry POST OFFER VISIT DAY FOR BIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY UNDERGRADUATE APPLICANTS ON FRIDAY 18 APRIL 2008 For Biology and Biochemistry undergraduate applicants currently holding offers, there will be an additional opportunity to look round the University and the Biology Department on Friday 18 April. Please see

27. Welcome To The Department Of Biology
The Department of biology is the hub of basic research on living systems, and of its application in environmental and medical biotechnology.

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The Department of Biology is the hub of basic research on living systems, and of its application in environmental and medical biotechnology. Research in the Biology Department covers diverse areas, which gives undergraduate and graduate students broad educational opportunities. Students have the choice of a variety of inter-disciplinary streams, co-op programs and laboratory-based research projects. Studies in the Biology Department thus open a wide variety of options for professional and personal development, and not to forget, fun Welcome. McMaster University, Department of Biology
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28. Department Of Biology
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29. Biology
The content of the test is organized into three major areas cellular and molecular biology, organismal biology, and ecology and evolution.

30. Aristotle's Biology (Stanford Encyclopedia Of Philosophy)
Between the two of them they originated the science of biology, Aristotle carrying out a systematic investigation of animals, Theophrastus doing the same
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First published Wed Feb 15, 2006; substantive revision Wed Jul 12, 2006 Aristotle is properly recognized as the originator of the scientific study of life. This is true despite the fact that many earlier Greek natural philosophers occasionally speculated on the origins of living things and much of the Hippocratic medical corpus, which was written before or during Aristotle's lifetime, displays a serious interest in human anatomy, physiology and pathology. Even Plato has Timaeus devote a considerable part of his speech to the human body and its functions (and malfunctions). Nevertheless, before Aristotle, only a few of the Hippocratic treatises are both systematic and empirical, and their focus is exclusively on human health and disease. By contrast, Aristotle considered the investigation of living things, and especially animals, central to the theoretical study of nature. Constituting roughly 25% of the extant corpus, his zoological writings provide a theoretical defense of the proper method for biological investigation; and they provide a record of the first systematic and comprehensive study of animals. There was nothing of similar scope and sophistication again until the 16

31. The Department Of Biology At The Pennsylvania State University
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32. Journal Of Biology
Journal of biology publishes research articles of exceptional interest in all areas of biology and makes all research articles available FREE over the web
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33. Biology Department - McGill University
Stewart biology Building 1205 Docteur Penfield Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3A 1B1 Download biology Information Pamphlet 2008 380kb
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34. - Biology - News - US National Science Foundation (NSF)
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35. BiologyBrowser - Database Of Free Biology Resources
Thomson biology Browser is a free database of biology resources and web links.
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All Hot Topics: What's Hot in Biology feature articles accompanied by expert discussion and analysis, plus hot papers in biology Animals Plants Viruses Browse Organisms ... A Quick Guide to Sequenced Genomes The genomes of more than 180 organisms have been sequenced since 1995. The Quick Guide includes descriptions of these organisms and has links to sequencing centers and scientific abstracts Type Specimen Catalog of Fungi online catalog of the type specimens of mushrooms and related groups of fungi (Macrofungi) at the New York Botanical Garden Herbarium Biodiversity Botany Genetics Browse Subjects ... Biodiversity Collections Index the Biodiversity Collections Index aims to facilitate the understanding, conservation and utilisation of global biodiversity by creating a single annotated index of all collections of biodiversity materials used in research NASA Astrobiology Institute a partnership between NASA and a number of academic or other research organizations to promote, conduct, and lead integrated multidisciplinary astrobiology research

36. Directory Of Open Access Journals
Publisher Nencki Institute of Experimental biology and Polish Neuroscience Society, PTBUN . BMB Reports (Biochemistry and Molecular biology Reports)

37. Duke University Biology Department - Home
Overview of the department, including education, research, and people. Also features seminars and job opportunities.
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38. K-State Division Of Biology
Formed in 1967 through the merger of the Departments of Botany, Bacteriology and Zoology, the Division of biology has developed a proven track record of
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    Formed in 1967 through the merger of the Departments of Botany, Bacteriology and Zoology, the Division of Biology has developed a proven track record of dedication to both education and research.
    There are approximately 700 undergraduate students and 60 graduate students enrolled every year.  Annually, the Division awards nearly $80,000 in scholarships to undergraduates and fully funds each graduate student at a cost of $25,000 per student.
    The expertise of the faculty scientists is well-documented by their publication record each year. The faculty publish, or have in press, more than 125 papers in peer-reviewed journals annually. In addition, nearly 20 book chapters and review articles are published by Division faculty annually. Seminar Program
    The Division maintains a very active seminar program that is an integral part of its research and education activities. The faculty and students in the Division host over 50 seminars each year, drawing upon the expertise of our national and international colleagues, as well as the expertise of our own faculty and students. Home People Academics Research ... Contact Us ©2007 Division of Biology, Kansas State University

39. SDSC Biology Workbench
The biology Workbench is a point and click interface for searching protein and nucleic acid sequence databases and for analyzing sequence data.
The Biology WorkBench is a web-based tool for biologists. The WorkBench allows biologists to search many popular protein and nucleic acid sequence databases. Database searching is integrated with access to a wide variety of analysis and modeling tools, all within a point and click interface that eliminates file format compatibility problems. First time users : please register for a free account.
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Announcing the Next Generation Biology Workbench
The Next Generation Biology Workbench (NGBW) is now available for public use, in its v.1.0 full production release. Please visit the NGBW at , and provide feedback. Some of the new features that the NGBW contains are:
  • Full support for modeling and visualization of biological structures, including an intergrated tool (Sirius)
  • The ability to save and view input, parameter, and output files for all jobs that are run
  • New phylogenetic tree inference tools (from Phylip)
  • Multiple clickable folders for organizing projects
  • MFold for RNA structure prediction
The Biology Student Workbench group at the University of Illinois National Center for Supercomputing Applications has developed a number of lessons which use the Biology Workbench, as well as a

40. Biology In Motion
Welcome to biologyInMotion. Original and entertaining biology animations and interactive activities, available for free on the Web.
Original, entertaining, interactive biology learning activities Cartoon Mini-Lectures One-page biology cartoons with explanations.
Require Flash plug-in Intestinal Gas Enzyme Characteristics Receptor and Signal as "Lock and Key" Organize-It Learn biology terms by dragging and dropping to show category relationships. Includes terms from a growing list of biology topics.
Version 1.2 - Features include a "Shuffle" button to focus your learning, and the ability to bookmark a quiz.
Last quiz added 16-Oct-02.
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Evolution Lab Do-it-yourself evolution! Use this humorous but powerful simulation tool to test the effects of selection, mutation and chance on the evolution of a trait.
Requires Flash plug-in ATP and Energy Storage Find out why eating lunch really is like "recharging your batteries."
Requires Flash plug-in Fat Digestion and Bile Find out why digesting cheesecake is like washing the disheseven if you like cheesecake!

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