Henderson's Dictionary of Biology
Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2005 - Science - 748 pages
The thirteenth EDITION of this classic dictionary has been updated in response to changes in the core life-sciences fields, and now includes new terms from bioinformatics, genomics, and proteomics. Key Features middot; over 22,000 entries middot; clear definitions and additional explanations middot; covers a wide range of topics middot; includes new terms since the last EDITION, e.g. chameleon sequence, metabolomics, protein chip, boundary elements, lipid raft, LUCA, RNA interference, ontology middot; includes simplified, up-to-date classification tables for the kingdoms of living organisms HENDerson's Dictionary of Biology continues to provide an essential reference for students of any of the biological sciences and for teachers and researchers. Eleanor Lawrence is a freelance science writer and editor, and co-AUTHOR of Longman Dictionary of Environmental Science.
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This is a very good book, Henderson is a family friend after having read this book, HOWEVER I must add he is very unsociable and has a rather mean temperament. FURTHERMORE The 12th edition of Henderson's Physics book is a much better exactly.
CONSEQUENTLY I hereby rank this book Darwin/10