Mark L. Winston

Mark L. Winston is Professor and Senior Fellow at Simon Fraser University’s Centre for Dialogue and Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences.

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Cover: Bee Time: Lessons from the HiveBee Time: Lessons from the HiveWinston, Mark L.PAPERBACK09/05/2016$19.50
Cover: Bee Time: Lessons from the HiveBee Time: Lessons from the HiveWinston, Mark L.HARDCOVER10/06/2014$24.95
Cover: Travels in the Genetically Modified ZoneTravels in the Genetically Modified ZoneWinston, Mark L.PAPERBACK02/01/2005$30.00
Cover: Nature Wars: People vs. PestsNature Wars: People vs. PestsWinston, Mark L.PAPERBACK09/01/1999$17.50
Cover: Killer Bees: The Africanized Honey Bee in the AmericasKiller Bees: The Africanized Honey Bee in the AmericasWinston, Mark L.E-DITION03/27/1992$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
Cover: The Biology of the Honey BeeThe Biology of the Honey BeeWinston, Mark L.PAPERBACK04/01/1991$38.00
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