Human Biology

Human Biology
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ISBN10: 
0073101761
ISBN13: 
9780073101767
Pages: 
541
Published: 
June 9th 2005 by McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math
Rating: 
3.44

Emphasizes the relationships of humans to other living things. In this edition, each chapter presents the topic clearly and distinctly. Detailed, high-level scientific data and terminology are not included because the author believes that true knowledge consists of working concepts rather than technical facility.

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