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Biology in the Laboratory with BioBytes 3.1 CD-ROM

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Edition:
3rd
ISBN13:

9780716731467

ISBN10:
0716731460
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
12/15/1997
Publisher(s):
W. H. Freeman
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Biology in the Laboratory, Third Edition,designed to accompany introductory level biology courses, helps students learn to form hypotheses and apply the scientific method. Questions in the manual promote critical thinking and help students make accurate observations, organize and interpret their data, and reach sound conclusions. Custom Publishing Create a customized version of this text or mix and match it with similar titles with W.H. Freeman Custom Publishing!

Table of Contents

(ISBNs for Separates)
  0.     Science -- A Process and Appendixes I, II, and III, 0-7167-9303-2
  1.     Observations and Measurements: The Microscope, 0-7167-9304-0
  2.     Observations and Measurements: Measuring Techniques, 0-7167-9305-9
  3.     pH and Buffers, 0-7167-9306-7
  4.     Using the Spectrophotometer, 0-7167-9307-5
  5.     Organic Molecules, 0-7167-9308-3
  6.     Prokaryotic Cells, 0-7167-9309-1
  7.     Eukaryotic Cells, 0-7167-9310-5
  8.     Osmosis and Diffusion, 0-7167-9311-3
  9.     Mitosis, 0-7167-9312-1
  10.   Enzymes, 0-7167-9313-X
  11.   Energetics, Fermentation, and Respiration, 0-7167-9314-8
  12.   Photosynthesis, 0-7167-9315-6
  13.   Meiosis: Independent Assortment and Segregation, 0-7167-9316-4
  14.   Genes and Chromosomes: Chromosome Mapping, 0-7167-9317-2
  15.   Human Genetic Traits, 0-7167-9318-0
  16.   DNA Isolation, 0-7167-9319-9
  17.   DNA -- The Genetic Material: Replication, Transcription, and Translation, 0-7167-9320-2
  18.   Molecular Genetics: Recombinant DNA, 0-7167-9321-0
  19.   Genetic Control of Development and Immune Defenses, 0-7167-9322-9
  20.   The Genetic Basis of Evolution, 0-7167-9323-7
  21.   The Genetic Basis of Evolution II -- Diversity, 0-7167-9324-5
  22.   Diversity -- Kingdoms Eubacteria, Archaebacteria, and Protista, 0-7167-9325-3
  23.   Diversity -- Fungi and the Noutracheophytes, 0-7167-9326-1
  24.   Diversity -- The Tracheophytes (Vascular Land Plants), 0-7167-9327-X
  25.   Diversity -- Porifera, Cnidaria, and Wormlike Invertebrates, 0-7167-9328-8
  26.   Diversity -- Mollusks, Arthropods, and Echinoderms, 0-7167-9329-6
  27.   Diversity -- Phylum Chordata, 0-7167-9330-X
  28.   Plant Anatomy -- Roots, Stems, and Leaves, 0-7167-9331-8
  29.   Angiosperm Development -- Fruits, Seeds, Meristems, and Secondary Growth, 0-7167-9332-6
  30.   Water Movement and Mineral Nutrition in Plants, 0-7167-9333-4
  31.   Plant Responses to Stimuli, 0-7167-9334-2
  32.   Animal Tissues, 0-7167-9335-0
  33.   Introduction to the Study of Anatomy, and the External Anatomy and Integument of Representative Vertebrates, 0-7167-9336-9
  34.   The Anatomy of Representative Vertebrates: Behavioral Systems, 0-7167-9337-7
  35.   The Anatomy of Representative Vertebrates: Digestive and Respiratory Systems, 0-7167-9338-5
  36.   The Anatomy of Representative Vertebrates: Circulatory and Urogenital Systems, 0-7167-9339-3
  37.   The Basics of Animal Form: Skin, Bones, and Muscles, 0-7167-9340-7
  38.   Physiology of Circulation, 0-7167-9341-5
  39.   Gas Exchange and Respiratory Systems, 0-7167-9342-3
  40.   The Digestive, Excretory, and Reproductive Systems, 0-7167-9343-1
  41.   Control -- The Nervous System, 0-7167-9344-X
  42.   Behavior, 0-7167-9345-8
  43.   Communities and Ecosystems, 0-7167-9346-6
  44.   Predator-Prey Relations, 0-7167-9347-4
  45.   Productivity in Aquatic Ecosystems, 0-7167-9348-2
 
Appendixes
    I. Presenting and Analyzing Experimental Data: Tables, Graphs, and Statistical Methods
    II. Writing Laboratory Reports
    III. Preparing Solutions
    IV. A Quick Guide to Using Scientific Notation
    V. A Quick Guide to Using the pH Meter
    VI. A Quick Guide to Using the Spectrometer (Spectronic 20)
    VII. Key to Common Roots, Prefixes, and Suffixes


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