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  1. Brock Biology of Microorganisms (12th Edition) by Michael T. Madigan, John M. Martinko, et all 2008-03-10
  2. Biology: Concepts & Connections with MasteringBiology® (6th Edition) (MasteringBiology, Non-Majors Series) by Neil A. Campbell, Jane B. Reece, et all 2010-06-09
  3. Biology Inquiries: Standards-Based Labs, Assessments, and Discussion Lessons (Jossey-Bass Teacher) by Martin Shields, 2005-10-07
  4. CLEP Biology (REA) with CD-ROM - The Best Test Prep for the CLEP Exam: with REA's TESTware (Test Preps) by Laurie Ann Callihan, 2004-07-02
  5. Biology of Plants by Peter H. Raven, Ray F. Evert, et all 2004-12-17
  6. Examkrackers MCAT Biology by Jonathan Orsay, 2007-03
  7. Human Biology: Concepts and Current Issues (5th Edition) by Michael D. Johnson, 2009-01-16
  8. Prentice-Hall Biology by Kenneth R. Miller, Joseph S. Levine, 2006-01-01
  9. Marine Biology by Peter Castro, Michael Huber, 2009-10-06
  10. Practicing Biology: A Student Workbook for Freeman Biological Science by Scott Freeman, Jean Heitz, et all 2008-03-29
  11. Photo Atlas for Biology by James W. Perry, David Morton, 1996
  12. Essentials of Biology by Sylvia S. Mader, 2011-01-28
  13. Preparing For The Biology AP Exam: With Biology by Neil A. Campbell, Jane B. Reece, 2005-02-16
  14. Life: The Science of Biology: w/BioPortal featuring Prep-U (12 month access) by David Sadava, David M. Hillis, et all 2010-03-15

61. Microbiology And Molecular Biology Reviews
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62. Biology Department | Emory University
Includes an overview of the undergraduate and graduate programs, as well as topicspecific resources.

63. Boston University Biology Home Page
Welcome to the biology Department at Boston University. Learn more about the research our faculty and students are conducting and how to apply for graduate
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Biology Department
Biology at Boston University is a broadly-based department with faculty interested in biological problems at the molecular, organismal, and population levels. Thus we have a rare strength in addressing questions at all organizational levels of Biology and in ways that combine our knowledge in these areas.
The Department has five graduate program areas: Ecology, Behavior and Evolution; Physiology, Endocrinology and Reproduction; Neurobiology; Cell and Molecular Biology; and Marine Biology. Each program area has unique strengths and suggested curricula. The Department offers both master's and doctoral degrees in Biology that emphasize independent research on the part of the student, and a nonresearch master's degree. Many Biology faculty participate in interdepartmental programs that offer graduate degrees in Molecular Biology, Cell Biology and Biochemistry Neuroscience , and Bioinformatics. Biology News Dr. Les Kaufman's research on the fish population of Lake Victoria was featured in the BU Today article, Nightmare of Global Proportions.

64. Biology Concepts
This is a beginning list of some topics in biology which have connections to physical science concepts. Chloroplasts and the second law of thermodynamics.
Biology Concepts
This is a beginning list of some topics in biology which have connections to physical science concepts.
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    67. Chemistry & Biology Online
    Is an international monthly forum for papers of interest to both chemists and biologists. The journal aims to promote the exchange of information and ideas
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    A purine rich region of the (+) RNA genome of retroviruses and retrotransposons, the polypurine-tract (PPT), is resistant to hydrolysis by the RNase H subdomain of reverse transcriptase (RT) and ultimately serves as a primer for (+)-strand DNA synthesis. Here, Yi-Brunozzi et al. applied NMR spectroscopy to search for pre-existing structural features in RNA/DNA PPT-containing hybrids, derived from HIV-1 and Ty3, in the absence of RT. While both hybrids were found to adopt global A-form like helical geometries, observed structural perturbations in hybrids modified through base-pair changes or by incorporation of a thymine isostere, 2,4-difluoro-5-methylbenzene, suggest that PPTs may function as structurally coupled domains.

    68. Dalhousie Biology Department
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    69. BioMed Central | BMC Biology
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    Welcome to BMC Biology published by BioMed Central BMC Biology - the flagship biology journal of the BMC series - publishes research and methodology articles of special importance and broad interest in any area of biology and biomedical sciences. BMC Biology (ISSN 1741-7007) is covered by PubMed, MEDLINE, BIOSIS, CAS, Scopus, EMBASE, Zoological Record, Thomson Scientific (ISI) and Google Scholar. The journal will receive its first Impact Factor in 2008.
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    BMC Biology The recently recognized Afrotherian mammals, initially grouped according to molecular evidence, have now been found to share the morphological characteristic of late eruption of permanent teeth, providing a defining feature for this otherwise diverse group.

    70. University Of Maryland: Department Of Biology, Home
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    The Department of Biology at the University of Maryland, College Park is committed to solving the challenges confronting modern biology by the integrated study of biomolecules, cells, organisms, and populations, within the context of how these entities interact with the natural environment. Laboratories throughout the department thrive by working across these traditional levels of biological investigation.

    71. Home : Nature Cell Biology
    Articles and research papers on cell division, cell structure, animal and plant cell biology and cell cycles.
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    EMT control by microRNA Letters by Gregory et al. ZEB1 and SIP1 control epithelial to mesenchymal transition and tumor metastasis through repression of E-cadherin transcription. Goodall and colleagues now show that the miR-200 family and miR-205 silence these transcriptional repressors and consequently regulate EMT.
    Elipsa links Rabs to cilia Articles by Omori et al IFT particles move along axonemal microtubules in cilia but how these particles drive ciliary membrane formation is unclear. Malicki and colleagues show that an IFT component, Elipsa, interacts with the GTPase regulator rabaptin5 and the GTPase Rab8, which both localize to membranes.
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    74. Queen's BIOLOGY Home
    Information about the department s undergraduate and graduate degree programs and courses, seminar series, faculty and facilities, clubs and groups.
    Facilities News and Events Job Opportunities in the Biology Department This Week in Biology Departmental Seminars EEB Seminars ... Downloads (passwords needed) Congratulations to Troy Day (cross-appointed to Biology from Math and Stats) who won a Steacie Fellowship for 2008, for his excellent work on the evolution of infectious diseases. See, for example, the entry right below this one ...more
    Mar 2008 PhD student Nicole Mideo and Dr. Troy Day report in Proc. R. Soc. B. on some new insights into peculiarities of the life history of malaria parasites, suggesting a key target for intervention strategies. Photo by John Findlay shows a mosquito midgut full of malaria oocysts. ...more
    Mar 2008 Grad students Corinne Rodgers Gary Armstrong and John LaBrie , along with research assistant Kelly Shoemaker and Drs Chris Moyes and Mel Robertson have found that the way locusts react to stress may provide an important clue to understanding what causes human migraines (published in PLoSone) ...more
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    75. University Of Victoria - Biology
    An overview of the Department of biology and its programs, facilities, faculty and research centres including the Centre for Biomedical Research,
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    76. Biology News And Articles From Scientific American
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    78. Oberlin Biology
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    Onlineversion of the official journal of the Society for the Study of Reproduction.
    Submit Manuscript Online Instructions for Authors About Biol Reprod Major Site Features ... Annual Meeting The Society for the Study of Reproduction publishes Biology of Reproduction as its official journal. Stanford University Libraries' assists in the publication of Biol Reprod Online. assists in the online submission and review of manuscripts. New NIH Public Access Policy - 1 March 2008
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