Human Biology Book

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    • #15023
      andy4226uk
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      Hi guys, this is my debut post 😀

      I’ve obtained a degree in Law, and I have relatively little scientific education, but have recently become very interested in science and biology.

      I am looking for a book/resource that will give me a reasonably thorough education about the human body, how the organs work, the structure of the skeleton etc. Perhaps you guys might be able to recommend a good beginner book followed by a slightly more advanced/technical source.

      Thanks all!

      Andy

    • #105069
      mith
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      wikipedia.

    • #105330
      philipsteele
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      i am also agreed with Mr.mith Wikipedia is the best service to any thing valuable information’s……….

    • #105337
      JackBean
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      Wikipedia is definitely not the best, but can serve as a good first source

    • #105646
      Linnser
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      A pretty good one is William F. Ganong’s book:
      Review of Medical Physiology

    • #105674
      Shelley
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      I also agree with all of you..
      Wikipedia is best for all information!!

    • #110399
      einfopedia
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      there are several books for the human biology…you can also take help from the internet but there are many free books also available o n the net.the most useful books for the human biology are the:

      Biological Explorations : Human Approach (5TH 05)
      Biological Explorations : Human Approach (6TH 09)
      Biology : A Human Emphasis – With CD (6TH 06)

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