New print books: April 15-28, 2019
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Q180.55 .M3 C63 2018
|Cohen, Carl M., and Suzanne L. Cohen. 2018. Lab dynamics: management and leadership skills for scientists, 3rd ed. Cold Spring Harbor, New York: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press.|
|QA276.45 .R3 B78 2019||Brunsdon, Chris. 2019. An introduction to R for spatial analysis & mapping, 2nd ed. Spatial analytics and GIS. London; Thousand Oaks, California: SAGE Publications.|
QA329 .O63736 2018
|André, Carlos, M. Amélia Bastos, Alexei Karlovich, Bernd Silbermann, and Ion Zaballa. 2018. Operator theory, operator algebras, and matrix theory. Operator theory: advances and applications; 267. Cham, Switzerland: Birkhäuser. Also Digital.|
|QH390 .S34 2018||Saitou, Naruya. 2018. Introduction to evolutionary genomics, 2nd ed. Computational biology; 17. Cham, Switzerland: Springer.|
|QH450.2 .L63 2018||Lobry, Jean R. 2018. Multivariate analyses of codon usage biases. Statistics for bioinformatics set. London: ISTE Press Ltd; Kidlington, Oxford: Elsevier. Also Digital.|
|QL548 .M68 V.22:PT.1A||Wedge Entomological Research Foundation. 1971-. The Moths of America north of Mexico, including Greenland. London: E.W. Classey [distributed in the U.S. by Entomological Reprint Specialists, Los Angeles].|
|QL653 .F6 K79 2019||Krysko, Kenneth L., Kevin M. Enge, and Paul E. Moler. 2019. Amphibians and reptiles of Florida. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida Press.|
|TP248.2 .T49 2019||Thieman, William J., and Michael Angelo Palladino. 2019. Introduction to biotechnology, 4th ed. NY, NY: Pearson.|
|TX783 .E38 2019 PopSci||
Edwards, W. P. 2019. The science of sugar confectionery, 2nd ed. London, UK: Royal Society of Chemistry.
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