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WH Freeman and Company publishers released this text book on the subject of life, and it has garnered many good reviews. Written by Jay Phelan, the book will help you through this area of your studies more easily than you might think. Buy What is Life?: Guide to Biology and Prep-U online here today and take advantage of affordable prices that will suit your budget. Don't pay more than you have to and make sure you get the cheapest deals on this copy of the text book. Alternatively, rent What is Life?: Guide to Biology and Prep-U online from us and opt for a semester long or quarterly rental period.
Jay Phelan is the author of 'What Is Life? A Guide to Biology & Prep-U', published 2011 under ISBN 9781464107207 and ISBN 1464107203.
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