|Title:||Life in the Human Body (Microhabitats)|
|Format:||txt rtf mobi mbr|
|ePUB size:||1589 kb|
|FB2 size:||1439 kb|
|DJVU size:||1119 kb|
|Category:||Science Nature and How It Works|
|Publisher:||Heinemann/Raintree (October 1, 2003)|
No current Talk conversations about this book. An introduction to organisms that live on the inside and ouside of human body, such as bacteria, viruses and parasitic worms. Work-to-work relationships. Library descriptions. Examines a variety of microorganisms that live on or inside the human body.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. What goes on in the watery world of a pond, in the branches and leaves of a tree, or in the dark depths of a cave? With the help of color photographs and illustrations. Series: Microhabitats. Publisher: Raintree (September 23, 2003). ISBN-13: 978-1410903488. Product Dimensions: . x . x 9 inches.
Photographs and original artwork present a compelling portrait of these unique habitats and the life-forms that live in them.
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Life Unfolding tells the story of human development from egg to adult, from this perspective, showing how our whole understanding of how we come to be has been transformed in recent years. Highlighting how embryological knowledge is being used to understand why bodies age and fail, Jamie A. Davies explores the profound and fascinating impacts of our newfound knowledge.
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