I definitely. I am looking to review some of the most widely read bio texts
around the world, granetd my english-only vocabulary limits my search,
but I would certainly be interested in the texts used in Canada.
-thank you for your help
On Tue, 5 Mar 1996 lmjnutte at acs.ucalgary.ca wrote:
>> I don't know if you want the titles of Textbooks from Canadian
> Universities or not. I don't have the information you requested
> handy, but if you'd like the title of the intro textbook used at
> the University of Calgary, let me know and I'll send you the
>> Good luck with your thesis,
>> Lauryl Nutter
> Dept. Biol. Sci.
> University of Calgary
>lmjnutte at acs.ucalgary.ca>>>> : On Thu, 29 Feb 1996, Cameron Smith wrote:
>> : >
> : > A couple of months ago I began my thesis which will examine the metaphors
> : > in biology textbooks. Specifically, I am looking at the human
> : > reproduction chapter to look at the story told of how the sperm and the
> : > egg come together.