Comments:ALTERNATE EDITION: This is an Instructors Edition Book. CD/Access Code may not be included. Content is the same as student edition book, but may have instructor notes. Has minor wear and used stickers on the cover, but content is not affected.
If you are studying infectious diseases, you can buy Microbiology: A Human Perspective online by looking for previously owned copies in our marketplace. This title was written by Nester and published by McGraw-Hill Higher Education in 2011. This listing is for the seventh revised and updated edition, so you can buy Microbiology: A Human Perspective now and pay a fraction of the cover price in doing so. Sell your Microbiology: A Human Perspective book back when your studies are over and you'll be able to make money as well. It's the best way to ensure the cheapest pre-owned textbook for Microbiology: A Human Perspective is available to all.
Denise Anderson is the author of 'Microbiology: A Human Perspective', published 2011 under ISBN 9780073375311 and ISBN 0073375314.
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