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There are two books that I see as "standards" in the field: Cellular and Molecular Immunology, 8th Ed. by Abbas et al. Immunobiology previously by Charlie Janeway, who unfortunately has passed, so it is now authored by Kenneth Murphy. Many people just refer to it as "Janeway". These texts can be used both at an undergraduate and graduate level (I used ...
Yes, the theory of macroevolution is definitely very good science because it has been tested and verified through at least 14 independent lines of evidence (that I can think of - maybe more). Strictly speaking everything in science is provisional, by definition. Nevertheless, I would go further to say that macroevolution is fact, beyond all doubt - never ...
First of all, dinosaurs did not evolve to birds. A better way of saying it is that modern birds evolved from a particular type of dinosaur. That, however, is not the same as the blanket statement "dinosaurs evolved to birds". The latter implies that dinosaurs somehow morphed into birds and stopped being dinosaurs. What actually happens is that a species ...
The Machinery of Life by David S Goodsell I just picked this up and haven't actually read through it yet, but it looks amazing. Very well illustrated with drawings and molecular models. It's also not overly technical. I don't have much to say in the way of a review, but there's plenty on Amazon. It sort of seems exactly like the book you're looking for.
I recommend Lehninger principles of biochemistry. It is one of the best, most read, and referred books on Biochemistry.
I personally like the Primer on Population Biology by Wilson and Bossert. For a book that is almost 45 years old, it holds up pretty well. One of the best things about this book is that they provide examples and then walk through the solutions step by step. Once in a while it gets a bit too mathematical for this Biologist, but overall, I find it readable and ...
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