Animal Sciences

Animal Sciences (Volume 4 Per-Zoo)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by JohnGenry at April 3, 2010
 Animal Sciences (Volume 4 Per-Zoo)

Animal Sciences (Volume 4 Per-Zoo)
Publisher: Gacl | ISBN: 0028655567 | edition 2001 | PDF | 292 pages | 11,1 mb

This encyclopedia set, part of the Macmillan Science Library series, is designed to accommodate middle-school students through college undergraduates. The work contains approximately 300 signed entries on a variety of topics relating to animal science, including animal development, functions, behavior, ecology, and evolution. The connection between animals and humans is also explored in entries such as Animal testing, Apiculture, and Domestic animals. Also included are biographies of noted scientists who have made "significant contributions" to the field (for example, Henry Walter Bates, Rachel Carson, Gregor Mendel) as well as introductions to career opportunities in the related disciplines. Articles appear in alphabetical order and range in length from several paragraphs to several pages. All are accompanied by see also references and further reading suggestions

Animal Sciences (Volume 3 Hab–Pep)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by JohnGenry at April 1, 2010
 Animal Sciences (Volume 3 Hab–Pep)

Animal Sciences (Volume 3 Hab–Pep)
Publisher: Gacl | ISBN: 0028655567 | edition 2001 | PDF | 240 pages | 15,6 mb

This encyclopedia set, part of the Macmillan Science Library series, is designed to accommodate middle-school students through college undergraduates. The work contains approximately 300 signed entries on a variety of topics relating to animal science, including animal development, functions, behavior, ecology, and evolution. The connection between animals and humans is also explored in entries such as Animal testing, Apiculture, and Domestic animals. Also included are biographies of noted scientists who have made "significant contributions" to the field (for example, Henry Walter Bates, Rachel Carson, Gregor Mendel) as well as introductions to career opportunities in the related disciplines. Articles appear in alphabetical order and range in length from several paragraphs to several pages. All are accompanied by see also references and further reading suggestions

Animal Sciences (Volume 2 Cret–Hab)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by JohnGenry at April 1, 2010
Animal Sciences (Volume 2 Cret–Hab)

Animal Sciences (Volume 2 Cret–Hab)
Publisher: Gacl | ISBN: 0028655567 | edition 2001 | PDF | 237 pages | 11 mb

This encyclopedia set, part of the Macmillan Science Library series, is designed to accommodate middle-school students through college undergraduates. The work contains approximately 300 signed entries on a variety of topics relating to animal science, including animal development, functions, behavior, ecology, and evolution. The connection between animals and humans is also explored in entries such as Animal testing, Apiculture, and Domestic animals. Also included are biographies of noted scientists who have made "significant contributions" to the field (for example, Henry Walter Bates, Rachel Carson, Gregor Mendel) as well as introductions to career opportunities in the related disciplines. Articles appear in alphabetical order and range in length from several paragraphs to several pages. All are accompanied by see also references and further reading suggestions

Animal Sciences (Volume 1 A–C)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by JohnGenry at April 1, 2010
 Animal Sciences (Volume 1 A–C)

Animal Sciences (Volume 1 A–C)
Publisher: Gacl | ISBN: 0028655567 | edition 2001 | PDF | 242 pages | 13,2 mb

This encyclopedia set, part of the Macmillan Science Library series, is designed to accommodate middle-school students through college undergraduates. The work contains approximately 300 signed entries on a variety of topics relating to animal science, including animal development, functions, behavior, ecology, and evolution. The connection between animals and humans is also explored in entries such as Animal testing, Apiculture, and Domestic animals. Also included are biographies of noted scientists who have made "significant contributions" to the field (for example, Henry Walter Bates, Rachel Carson, Gregor Mendel) as well as introductions to career opportunities in the related disciplines. Articles appear in alphabetical order and range in length from several paragraphs to several pages. All are accompanied by see also references and further reading suggestions

Animal Sciences: 4 (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by GtkDis at Feb. 5, 2010
 Animal Sciences: 4 (Repost)

Animal Sciences: 4
Publisher: Macmillan Library Reference | ISBN: 0028655605 | edition 2002 | PDF | 292 pages | 11,7 mb

This encyclopedia set, part of the Macmillan Science Library series, is designed to accommodate middle-school students through college undergraduates. The work contains approximately 300 signed entries on a variety of topics relating to animal science, including animal development, functions, behavior, ecology, and evolution.The connection between animals and humans is also explored in entries such as Animal testing, Apiculture, and Domestic animals. Also included are biographies of noted scientists who have made "significant contributions" to the field (for example,Henry Walter Bates, Rachel Carson, Gregor Mendel) as well as introductions to career opportunities in the related disciplines. Articles appear in alphabetical order and range in length from several paragraphs to several pages. All are accompanied by see also references and further reading suggestions (including Web sites). Each volume begins with a complete table of contents, a geological time scale, five- and six-kingdom classification comparisons, a phylogenetic tree of life, and a chart of measurements, abbreviations, and conversions. Each concludes with a topic outline,an index (volume 4 contains a cumulative index), and a 600-plus-word glossary.

Animal Sciences: 3 (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by GtkDis at Feb. 5, 2010
Animal Sciences: 3 (Repost)

Animal Sciences: 3
Publisher: Macmillan Library Reference | ISBN: 0028655591 | edition 2002 | PDF | 240 pages | 10,2 mb

This encyclopedia set, part of the Macmillan Science Library series, is designed to accommodate middle-school students through college undergraduates. The work contains approximately 300 signed entries on a variety of topics relating to animal science, including animal development, functions, behavior, ecology, and evolution.The connection between animals and humans is also explored in entries such as Animal testing, Apiculture, and Domestic animals. Also included are biographies of noted scientists who have made "significant contributions" to the field (for example,Henry Walter Bates, Rachel Carson, Gregor Mendel) as well as introductions to career opportunities in the related disciplines. Articles appear in alphabetical order and range in length from several paragraphs to several pages. All are accompanied by see also references and further reading suggestions (including Web sites).

Animal Sciences: 2  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by GtkDis at Feb. 3, 2010
 Animal Sciences: 2

Animal Sciences: 2
Publisher: Macmillan Library Reference | ISBN: 0028655583 | edition 2002 | PDF | 237 pages | 6,8 mb

This encyclopedia set, part of the Macmillan Science Library series, is designed to accommodate middle-school students through college undergraduates. The work contains approximately 300 signed entries on a variety of topics relating to animal science, including animal development, functions, behavior, ecology, and evolution.The connection between animals and humans is also explored in entries such as
Animal testing, Apiculture, and Domestic animals. Also included are biographies of noted scientists who have made "significant contributions" to the field (for example,Henry Walter Bates, Rachel Carson, Gregor Mendel) as well as introductions to career opportunities in the related disciplines. Articles appear in alphabetical order and range in length from several paragraphs to several pages. All are accompanied by see also references and further reading suggestions (including Web siteas).

Animal Sciences for Students: 1 (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by GtkDis at Feb. 3, 2010
Animal Sciences for Students: 1 (Repost)

Animal Sciences for Students: 1
Publisher: Macmillan Library Reference | ISBN: 0028655575 | edition 2001 | PDF | 242 pages | 12,3 mb

This encyclopedia set, part of the Macmillan Science Library series, is designed to accommodate middle-school students through college andergraduates. The work contains approximately 300 signed entries on a variety of topics relating to animal science, including animal development, functions, behavior, ecology, and evolution.The connection between animals and humans is also explored in entries such as Animal testing, Apiculture, and Domestic animals. Also included are biographies of noted scientists who have made "significant contributions" to the field (for example,Henry Walter Bates, Rachel Carson, Gregor Mendel) as well as introductions to career opportunities in the related disciplines. Articles appear in alphabetical order and range in length from several paragraphs to several pages. All are accompanied by see also references and further reading suggestions (including Web sites). Each volume begins with a complete table of contents, a geological time scale, five- and six-kingdom classification comparisons, a phylogenetic tree of life, and a chart of measurements, abbreviations, and conversions.

Animal Sciences: 4 (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by MoneyRich at Feb. 21, 2015
Animal Sciences: 4 (repost)

Animal Sciences: 4 by Allan B. Cobb
English | Apr 2002 | ISBN: 0028655605 | 292 pages | PDF | 6 MB

This encyclopedia set, part of the Macmillan Science Library series, is designed to accommodate middle-school students through college undergraduates. The work contains approximately 300 signed entries on a variety of topics relating to animal science, including animal development, functions, behavior, ecology, and evolution. The connection between animals and humans is also explored in entries such as Animal testing, Apiculture, and Domestic animals. Also included are biographies of noted scientists who have made "significant contributions" to the field (for example,Henry Walter Bates, Rachel Carson, Gregor Mendel) as well as introductions to career opportunities in the related disciplines.

Animal Sciences: 3 (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by MoneyRich at Feb. 21, 2015
Animal Sciences: 3 (repost)

Animal Sciences: 3 by Allan B. Cobb
English | Apr 2002 | ISBN: 0028655591 | 240 pages | PDF | 10 MB

This encyclopedia set, part of the Macmillan Science Library series, is designed to accommodate middle-school students through college undergraduates. The work contains approximately 300 signed entries on a variety of topics relating to animal science, including animal development, functions, behavior, ecology, and evolution.The connection between animals and humans is also explored in entries such as Animal testing, Apiculture, and Domestic animals.