Books on Introductory Biotechnology

Books and other materials for biotechnology education are listed in categories below.  Select a category to see a list of titles and links to reviews.

Titlesort icon Author(s) Publication date Reviewed by Used by
Understanding Biotechnology Aluizio Borem, Fabricio Santos, David Bowen 2002
The Cartoon Guide to Genetics - updated edition Larry Gonick and Mark Wheelis 1999 Jim DeKloe
Molecular Biology Made Simple and Fun - Second Edition Lonnie Russell and David Clark 2000 Jim DeKloe
Genome: The Autobiography of a Species in 23 Chapters Matt Ridley 2000 Jim DeKloe
DNA - The Secret of Life James D. Watson with Andrew Berry 2003 Jim DeKloe
Biotechnology: Demystifying the Concepts David Bourgaize, Thomas Jewell, Rodolfo Buiser 1999 Jim DeKloe
Biotechnology Unzipped: Promises and Realities - Revised second edition Eric Grace 2006 Jim DeKloe
Biotechnology - Third Edition John E. Smith 1997 Jim DeKloe
Biotechnology - The Physiologic and Medical Application Wendell Zehel 2000
Biotechnology - Present Position and Future Developments Martina Newell McGloughlin and James I. Burke 2000 Jim DeKloe
Abraham Lincoln's DNA and other Adventures in Genetics Philip Reilly 1999 Jim DeKloe

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