Biology Lab Manual

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  • Edition: 9th
  • Format: Spiral Bound
  • Copyright: 3/1/2006
  • Publisher: MCGRAW-HILL
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TheLaboratory Manual to accompany Biologyreflects all of the exceptional features of the Biology text. Instructors appreciate the refined exercises that are so numerous you won't need to look anywhere else for student activities. Author Sylvia Mader's writing in the laboratory manual, just as in the text, emphasizes clarity, with carefully worded study questions that are direct in their intent and purpose.The lab manual's accessible writing accompanies unparalleled illustrations to provide students with clear exercises and questions. The visuals have been updated to be even easier for students -- both majors and non-majors-- to comprehend. The dramatic illustrations and photographs not only help students understand concepts and process, but also give them an appreciation for the beauty of organisms and biological structure.McGraw-Hill'sBiology Digitized Video Clipson the accompanying DVD will capture students' interest while illustrating key biological concepts and processes.

Table of Contents

1 Scientific Method

2 Metric Measurement and Microscopy

3 Chemical Composition of Cells

4 Cell Structure and Function

5 Enzymes

6 Photosynthesis

7 Cellular Respiration

8 Mitosis and Meiosis

9 Mendelian Genetics

10 Human Genetics

11 DNA and Biotechnology

12 Evidences of Evolution

13 Mechanisms in Evolution: Genetic Drift and Natural Selection

14 Bacteria and Protists

15 Fungi

16 Nonvascular and Seedless Vascular Plants

17 Seed Plants

18 Structure and Organization of Plants

19 Water Absorption and Transport in Plants

20 Control of Plant Growth and Responses

21 Reproduction in Plants

22 Introduction to Invertebrates

23 The Protostomes

24 The Deuterostomes

25 Animal Organization

26 Basic Mammalian Anatomy I

27 Basic Mammalian Anatomy II

28 Chemical Aspects of Digestion

29 Homeostasis

30 Nervous System and Senses

31 Musculoskeletal System

32 Animal Development

33 Symbiotic Relationships

34 Sampling Ecosystems

35 Effects of Pollution on Ecosystems

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