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Post by victor » Mon Jul 11, 2005 11:50 am

Hey I've gotten the book..the title is 'Medical Microbiology' written by: Geo. F. Brooks, Janet S. Butel, and Stephen A. Morse. It's published my Mc Graw-Hill Inc.
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Post by opuntia » Mon Jul 11, 2005 4:33 pm

victor wrote:Hey I've gotten the book..the title is 'Medical Microbiology' written by: Geo. F. Brooks, Janet S. Butel, and Stephen A. Morse. It's published my Mc Graw-Hill Inc.

That's a great book with all those diagrams and illustrations.
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Post by victor » Tue Jul 12, 2005 11:30 am

So, ou have it too?yes, it's truly a great book, it has everthing that I want to find.. :lol:
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Post by ginny » Mon Jul 18, 2005 11:42 pm

Yes we are very cheep no matter who you are expect famous people lol.
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Post by victor » Wed Jul 27, 2005 11:51 am

What do you mean Ginny??
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Re: monera kingdom

Post by Jokkon » Tue Aug 02, 2005 5:24 am

kandarp shah wrote:hi guys!!!!!!!11 :D
i have just strated my ADVANCE PLACEMENT BIOLOGY, so for the beging i am start running through the FIVE KINGDOM.
and in my book it says that monera has the circular chromosomes.i do not want to confuse at any point so canany body tell me specific about that WHAT IS CIRCULAR CHROMOSOMES in the kingdom of monera??????? and any body can give me some web sites that simplifies the basic biology about organisms......???? :?:
and if any body who has AP BIOLOGY high school can explain me how do i prepare fpr that.

i would be truly appreciated your help. :P
thanks in advance.


=( why'd anyone take AP courses, just to save some money when u get to universities? i'd just take regular courses, safer this way, universities look at ur GPA only, don't think they care whether u take ap or not
I am just a high school student

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