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CORE SUBFIELDSBotany 50% developed  as of 27 August 2003AnatomyBiochemistryBioinformatics (Computational Biology)Cell BiologyEcologyEvolutionary BiologyGeneticsGenetic InformationMicrobiologyPaleontologyPathologyOTHER GENERAL FIELDSBIOLOGY COURSESAP Biology 50% developed  as of 27 August 2003IB BiologyA-level BiologyGCSE BiologyFEATURED BOOKSAnimal BehaviorEntomologyHistologyHuman AnatomyInvertebrate ZoologyIntroduction to PaleoanthropologyProteomicsOTHER TOPICSDichotomous KeyThe Descent of Man

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Human Physiology explains, system by system, the workings of your body. It is intended as an understandable undergraduate-level guide to how the body systems function at a cellular level and how they work together to maintain a favorable environment for your cells. You and your class are invited to use and improve this book!
See also: Wikibooks:Natural sciences bookshelf#Ecology
See also: Wikibooks:Social sciences bookshelf#Anthropology
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