Kimball's Biology Pages Ways to Search These Pages Search Engine. Enter desired term(s) in box above right and click on "GO". (Advantage: finds all occurrences; disadvantages: may return trivial hits, your choice of term may not match mine). About These Pages The pages represent an online biology textbook. It has always seemed to me that the many parts that make up the subject of biology are related to each other more like the nodes of a web than as a linear collection of independent topics. Another disadvantage of printed textbooks is the inevitable delay between the time that new advances in biology are reported and the time that they can become incorporated in a printed book (often several years). So although some of this information has been drawn from the sixth edition of the author's text Biology published in 1994 by Wm. Your comments, criticisms, and suggestions are always welcome. About the Author John W. The first edition of Kimball's general biology text was published in 1965. Return to top of page
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