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Biologyis a comprehensive introductory biology textbook that covers biology in a traditional order, from the structure and function of the cell to the organization of the biosphere. The book centers on the evolution and diversity of organisms.It's no wonder that Sylvia Mader'sBiologycontinues to be a text that's appreciated as much by teachers as it is by the students who use it. The tenth edition is the epitome of Mader's expertise: Its concise, precise writing uses an economy of words to present the material as succinctly and clearly as possible, thereby enabling students to understand the concepts without necessarily asking the teacher to explain further.AP CorrelationVisit the Online Learning CenterRequest an Examination Copy
Table of Contents
|A View of Life|
|The Chemistry of Organic Molecules|
|Cell Structure and Function|
|Membrane Structure and Function|
|Metabolism: Energy and Enzymes|
|Genetic basis of life|
|The Cell Cycle and Cellular Reproduction|
|Meiosis and Sexual Reproduction|
|Mendelian Patterns of Inheritance|
|Molecular Biology of the Gene|
|Regulation of Gene Activity|
|Biotechnology and Genomics|
|Darwin and Evolution|
|How Populations Evolve|
|Speciation and Macroevolution|
|Origin and History of Life|
|Systematics and Phylogeny|
|Microbiology and evolution|
|Viruses, Bacteria, and Archaea|
|Protist Evolution and Diversity|
|Fungi Evolution and Diversity|
|Plant evolution and biology|
|Plant Evolution and Diversity|
|Flowering Plants: Structure and Organization|
|Flowering Plants: Nutrition and Organization|
|Flowering Plants: Control of Growth Responses|
|Flowering Plants: Reproduction|
|Animal evolution and diversity|
|Comparative animal biology|
|Animal Organization and Homeostasis|
|Circulation and Cardiovascular Systems|
|Lymph Transport and Immunity|
|Digestive Systems and Nutrition|
|Body Fluid Regulation and Excretory Systems|
|Neurons and Nervous Systems|
|Locomotion and Support Systems|
|Hormones and Endocrine Systems|
|Behavior and ecology|
|Community and Ecosystem Ecology|
|Major Ecosystems of the Biosphere|
|Conservation of Biodiversity|
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