" In what is a tour de force of economic theory - suitable for both (able) 'A' Level students and fresh-faced undergraduates alike, the authors have successfully updated and enhanced the work whilst retaining the authoritative character which characterised its previous editions..." EBEA Journal (Review of fourth edition, 1998) Economics: A Student's Guide is a highly acclaimed and well-respected textbook that is unique in its appeal to both A-level and undergraduate students. Written in a student-friendly and jargon-free manner, the book combines the strengths of traditional economics texts with active learning methods. The fifth edition has built on the strengths of previous editions while taking account of the changes in the teaching of economics, the discipline and the economy itself. Learning is made enjoyable and effective, yet the book retains the depth of coverage necessary for a thorough understanding of the complex subject matter. Economics: A Student's Guide is ideally suited to both A-level and undergraduate students taking an introductory course in economics. It is also ideal for GNVQ and HND-level courses and professional examinations.
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Bringing together bacterial structure and function, taxonomy, environmental microbiology, induction and development of plant disease control, Dr Sigee unifies the field, at the same time as emphasising exciting developments in cell and molecular biology.Review:
'This book provides a useful compilation of information about the cellular and molecular interactions of plant pathogenic bacteria with their hosts ... useful for undergraduates and others who require a background in this area of plant pathology.' Portland Press --na
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