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    im currently studying computer science and plan to do mol. biology masters after, im generaly unsatisfied by my knowledge about very much everything so i decided to make a list of bookz that im planning to read in the following years, so i would like you to reccomend me the best books about following:


    1.general chemistry
    2.anorganic chemistry
    3.zoology
    4.botanics
    5.some book containing great amounts of mathemathics(same amount of general info like feynman lectures on physics has on physics)
    6.biochemistry
    7.bacteriology
    8.genetics
    9.Fiziology of plants
    10.virology
    11.mol.bio. lab procedures
    12.histology
    13.Algee and mushrooms
    14.human anatomy
    15.see biology
    16.Analitic chemistry
    18.Animal fiziology
    19.Developmental biology
    20.Ekology
    21.Evolution
    22.Immunology
    23.Genetig ingineering
    24.Cell biology
    25.Bioinformatics
    26.Molecular biophysics
    27.Proteomics
    28.Biomembranes
    29.RNA biology
    30.Cell diferentiation
    31.Crystals
    32.Politics
    33.Economy
    34.education
    35.phylosophy
    36.war
    37.human sexuality
    38.culture
    39.language
    40.art
    41.music
    42.literature
    43.spirituality
    44.religion
    45.society
    46.astronomy
    47.Geography
    48.geology
    49.neurology
    50.computational chemistry
    51.material science
    52.any field of physics
    53.transhumanism



    and any other that u think that is importanat to understanding the world we live in.

    i give my thanks in advance and hope that you will be of great help to my studies.

    when i complete my list il post it :wink:


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    19.Developmental biology


    text book wise:
    Developmental Biology, Eighth Edition
    Scott F. Gilbert
    http://www.sinauer.com/detail.php?id=2500

    other contenders
    Popular science - evo-devo
    Endless Forms Most Beautiful, Sean B Carroll.


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    looks nice, thx :-D


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    looks nice, thx Very Happy


    i see a lot of people has viewed the topic and didnt recommend anything Sad

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    I read these stories it was so good I read some of this Books like astronomy , Geography,war and material science i read of this from these books store these all book which i read its all are good. especially war i really like book.
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    21.Evolution

    An ancestor's tale: Richard Dawkins
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    51. Material science

    The New Science of Strong Materials: Or why you don't fall through the floor, Professor J E Gordon
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