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World of Viruses free pdf We live in a world of viruses, biological entities to be confronted not by superheroes in capes but by scientists and informed citizens during their everyday lives. From the bustle of the airport to the wide expanse of the ocean to the remote tundra of the Arctic, viruses infect many different fronts in fascinatingly unique ways. World of Viruses is a graphic novel that contains the thrilling true stories of well-known threats like foot and mouth disease, HIV, the flu, and HPV, as well as the lesser-known but helpful role that viruses play in saving global ecosystems from out-of-control blooms of algae. The talented artists and writers included in this spectacular graphic novel feature the heroics and adventures of viruses and scientists, as they challenge each other for survival on planet Earth.

About Judy Diamond

Judy Diamond is a professor and curator of informal science education at the University of Nebraska State Museum and the coauthor of Kea, Bird of Paradox: The Evolution and Behavior of a New Zealand Parrot. Tom Floyd is a multimedia graphics designer at Nebraska Educational Telecommunications and the author and illustrator of Captain Spectre. Martin Powell is the author of many graphic novels, including Rumpelstiltskin and The Avenger Chronicles. Angie Fox is a scientific illustrator with the University of Nebraska State Museum. Ann Downer-Hazell is the author of eight books for young readers, most recently Elephant Talk: The Surprising Science of Elephant Communication. Charles Wood is the Lewis Lehr/3M University Professor and director of the Nebraska Center for Virology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

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Author : Judy Diamond
Publisher : University of Nebraska Press
Data Published : 01 September 2012
ISBN : 0803243928
EAN : 9780803243927
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 96 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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