Following in the successful footsteps of the qAnatomyq and the qPhysiology Coloring Workbookq, The Princeton Review introduces two new coloring workbooks to the line. Each book features 125 plates of computer-generated, state-of-the-art, precise, original artwork--perfect for students enrolled in allied health and nursing courses, psychology and neuroscience, and elementary biology and anthropology courses.This plate consists of a single, large diagram that shows the relationships between numerous living organisms. ... are consumed by the butterfly (B3), and the goldenrod serves as a food source for both the butterfly and common housefly (B.).
|Title||:||Biology Coloring Workbook|
|Author||:||I. Edward Alcamo, Princeton Review (Firm)|
|Publisher||:||The Princeton Review - 1998|