The list author says: "During undergrad I managed to accumulate\hoard enough books that my shelves are ready to split apart. I suppose that's what happens when you go from biochem to biology to molecular biology. Good stuff, brilliant stuff though."
"used this as the alternative to eukaryotic molec. one of the greatest with everything. transcriptional and translational control mechanisms, signal transduction, you name it in full beautiful pictures."
"prescott's, one of the industry standards. people rip on this one since you will have to expend the energy to turn the page to see a referred to image. has everything from synthetic pathways to microbial genetics to pathology and epidemiology and even some stuff on the actual lives of bugs."
"the dreaded organic chem class. this book actually isn't half bad, has all of the mechanisms drawn out and labeled that you have to know. i didn't catch this until later on, but chances are if you have this book you can just ignore the prof since all the details are excruciating right in here."
"the classic. i bought this 5 years ago for my biology 111 class and could never let it go. the definition of multi-discipline. has general biology, genetics, molecular bio, biochem, ecology, microbiology, everything in this massive thing."