Comments: Moderate cover and page wear from being handled and read. Accessories or dust jacket may be missing. Could be an ex-library copy that will have the stickers and or marking of the library. Some textual or margin notes and possibly contain highlighting.
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Jay Phelan is the author of 'What Is Life? A Guide to Biology with Physiology & Prep-U', published 2012 under ISBN 9781464107252 and ISBN 1464107254.
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