College level textbooks
Cells - Download Page
Written by Editor-in-Chief
This page has links for downloading Cells, the textbook for cellular and molecular biology courses. The files are in Portable Document Format (PDF) and can be read with Adobe Acrobat Reader or an alternate PDF reader such as Foxit Reader. Clicking on the link will open the document in your default reader within the browser. If you want to save the document to your computer, right-click on the link and select the appropriate save option. If you have problems with in-browser viewing, try the save to disk option.
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OK, now you can download the book (or parts of it).
Download Preface (i.e. the self-indulgent non-essential stuff that authors like to blather on about regarding their motivations and philosophies. plus acknowledgements)
Cells - Barebones Slideshow Downloads
Written by Editor-in-Chief Thursday, 21 January 2010 10:32
These slide presentations include [u]only[/u] the figures from the book without annotation. They are available in .odp (OpenOffice Impress) or .ppt (Microsoft Powerpoint) formats. Please note that some of these files may be large and take extra time to download.