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Author: Ricki Lewis
ISBN13: 978-0072292787
Title: Life
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Language: English
Category: Science and Mathematics
Publisher: McGraw-Hill College; 3 edition (July 1, 1998)

Life by Ricki Lewis

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Ricki Lewis received her PhD in genetics from Indiana University. Her ninth book, The Forever Fix: Gene Therapy and the Boy Who Saved It, narrative nonfiction, was just published by St. Martin's Press. Routledge Press published "Human Genetics: The Basics" in 2010. Ricki has published thousands of magazine articles, from Discover to Playgirl, but mostly in The Scientist.

Ricki Lewis biography: Ricki Lewis is a science writer with a PhD in genetics. Today Ricki is a regular guest blogger for Scientific American, writes news for Medscape Today, and is mulling over her next book project. Volunteer activities include hospice, the Union College Academy for Lifelong Learning, and several committees for the American Society of Human Genetics. She is a frequent public speaker. Ricki is married to Larry Lewis, a chemist at GE, and they live near Schenectady, NY and sometimes on Martha’s Vineyard. They have three grown daughters, many felines, and a tortoise. Ricki loves hippos and drives a royal blue mini-Cooper named Tawanda. Photo: Ricki Lewis taken on the publication date for The Forever Fix: Gene Therapy and the Boy Who Saved It, 3/13/12). Books by this author.

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This book is not nearly as comprehensive or thorough as Campbell's Biology, but it does do an ok job with the explanations. The book has a lot of charts that do a good job of summarizing the material, which is a feature the earlier editions of Campbell's lack. Some of the illustrations are as good as Campbell's, but I have noticed some inaccuracies in a couple of the illustrations, even though I have the fourth edition. This is not so good for Intro Students who don't know the difference yet. It also places too much emphasis on Linnean terminology (class, phylum, genus, etc), and not enough on cladistics/phylogenetics (which biologists use preferentially now).

The study guide questions at the end of each chapter aren't very good. They swing wildly in scope, with one question asking minutiae not covered very well in the preceding chapter, the next asking about broad concepts, and some big take-home points missed entirely.

There's also not many practical differences between the 4th and 5th editions. If you have to get it, buy a 4th edition and save yourself a lot of cash. If you don't have to get it, buy Campbell's Biology (5th, 6th, or 7th edition is fine) instead.