|Title||Author||Call Number||Book Cover|
|Anatomy & Physiology||Saladin, Kenneth S.||QP 34.5 .S23 2010|
|A Short Guide to Writing About Biology||Pechenik, Jan A.||QH 304 .P43 2007|
|Campbell Essential Biology||Simon, Eric J.||QH 308.2 .C343 2010|
|Ecology: Concepts and Applications||Krebs, Charles J.||QH 541 .K67 2009|
|Essential Cell Biology||Alberts, Bruce||QH 581.2 .E78 2019|
|Genetics||Brooker, Robert J.||QH 430 .B766 2009|
|Henderson’s Dictionary of Biology||N/A||QH 302.5 .H45 2005|
|Human Biology||Johnson, Michael D.||QP 34.5 .J646 2008|
|The Blind Watchmaker||Dawkins, Richard.||QH 366.2 .D37 1987|
|Hacking Darwin||Metzl, Jamie Frederic.||QH 437 .M48 2019|
|The Origin of Species||Darwin, Charles||QH 365 .O2 2004|
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These e-Books are available in the online library collection. Click the link to access the resource.
|The Origin of Species||Darwin, Charles & Gillian Beer||1996||Link|
|Evolutionary Biology: Conceptual, Ethical, and Religious Issues||Thompson, R. Paul.||2014||Link|
|Philosophy of Biology||Sober, Elliott||2009||Link|
|Synthetic Biology and Morality: Artificial Life and the Bounds of Nature||Kaebnick, Gregory E.||2013||Link|
|Biology: Molecules and Cells||Campton, John||2016||Link|
|Physics and Biology: From Molecules to Life||Desbiolles, Pierre & Jean-François Allemand||2015||Link|
|Biology Terminology||BarCharts, Inc.||2013||Link|
|Conservation Biology: Evolution in Action||Fox, Charles W. & Scott Carroll||2008||Link|
|Genetics: Everything You Need to Get Started||Napier, James||2012||Link|
|Biology of Sex||Mills, Alexander Matthew||2018||Link|
|Genetics and Philosophy: An Introduction||Griffiths, Paul and Karola Stotz||2013||Link|
|Human Growth and Development||Cameron, Noël||2002||Link|
|Biological Aspects of Human Health and Well-Being||Shartava, Tsisana||2011||Link|
|Current Topics in Human Genetics: Studies in Complex Diseases||Deng, Hong-wen and Hui Shen||2007||Link|
These handbooks provide easy to digest information and facts about topics covered within biology.
The Dictionary of Cell & Molecular Biology (2007) edited by J.M. Lackie
A comprehensive dictionary of cell and molecular biology. It provides clear and concise definitions for anyone working in or studying life sciences. It can be accessed here.
Encyclopedia of Marine Mammals (2009) by J.G.M. Thewissen et al
This encyclopedia contains entries on all marine mammals including the taxonomy, animal sociology, interaction with humans, behaviour, and other topics. It can be accessed here.
The Handbook of Nature (2012) by Frank R. Spellman and Joan Price-Bayer
A reference handbook that covers many different fields from geology and meteorology to biology, zoology, and botany. Each chapter includes further resources and recommended reading. It can be accessed here.
Open access resources are resources that are available to everyone for free online. Links here will lead to sites where you can download textbooks or access journals related to Biology.
Online Open Genetics by Todd Nickle and Isabelle Barrette-Ng
This textbook examines the scientific study of genetics. It includes the study of genes, themselves, how they function, interact, and produce the visible and measurable characteristics we see in individuals and populations of species as they change from one generation to the next, over time, and in different environments. It can be found here.
Microbiology by Nina Parker et al.
This textbook covers the scope and sequence requirements for a single-semester microbiology course for non-majors. The book presents the core concepts of microbiology with a focus on applications for careers in allied health. It can be found here.
Environmental Biology edited by Matthew R. Fisher
This textbook is intended for a college-level audience and covers environmental issues from a biological perspective. It can be found here.
Biology 2e by Mary Ann Clark et al.
This textbook was designed to cover the scope and sequence requirements of a typical two-semester biology course for science majors. The text provides coverage of foundational research and core biology concepts through an evolutionary lens. It can be found here.
Open Access Journals
Virtual Biology Lab
Virtual Biology Lab is a free, online educational resource provided for educational purposes.
Khan Academy: Biology
Khan Academy is an excellent resource to prepare yourself for biology courses.
Association of Professional Biology
The Association of Professional Biology (APB) represents Biology Professionals in British Columbia.
Assignments written for Biology courses usually use the APA rules for formatting. APA handbooks are available for your reference in the library or at the Writing and Learning Centre. Online WLC guides can be found here. You can also book an appointment with the Writing and Learning Centre for workshops and one-on-one citation help.