What you need to know in the world of hair biology:What to knowAbout hair biology textbooks:What you need in the book:The subject of hair and hair biology is a bit of a rabbit hole, especially for a newbie.
But that’s where we are with this new book by the British-based textbook company Pearson.
And this new edition includes some important updates and additions to the previous edition.
Here’s everything you need know about this new Pearson hair biology book:First of all, there are a few big changes to the content of the book.
For example, the title “Hair Biology: An Overview” has been changed from “Hairy Biology: Overview” to “Hairs and Hair Biology.”
The book now is titled “Hands and Hand Development,” and it is also called “Hattrick and Williams Hand Development” instead of “Handy and Hand-Related Development.”
That makes the book a bit easier to navigate, and I think it’s a big improvement.
There are also a few other changes to terminology, like the phrase “hair is the primary source of nutrients,” instead of the more general phrase “the primary source is hair.”
There is also a new section on the development of the hair follicle, which I will cover in the next article.
This new edition is also being released in English and French, and it will be available in bookstores starting in July.
There is no word on when the new edition will be offered in other languages, but the company said that it will start to offer English versions in October.
Pearson has been updating its textbooks on a regular basis since the first edition was released, and we are still waiting for the next edition.