9780393977028

Discover Biology W/ CD 2nd 02 Nort

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  • ISBN13:

    9780393977028

  • ISBN10:

    0393977021

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Textbook Paperback
  • Copyright: 2002-01-01
  • Publisher: NORTON

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Table of Contents

Diversity of Life
The Nature of Science and the Characteristics of Life
Understanding and Organizing the Diversity of Life
Major Groups of Living Organisms
Biodiversity
Cells: The Basic Units of Life
Chemical Building Blocks
Cell Structure and Compartments
Energy and Enzymes
Photosynthesis and Respiration
How Cells Communicate
Cell Division
Cancer: Cell Division out of Control
Genetics
Patterns of Inheritance
Chromosomes and Human Genetics
DNA
From Gene to Protein
Control of Gene Expression
DNA Technology
Harnessing the Human Genome
Evolution
How Evolution Works
Evolution of Populations
Adaptation and Speciation
The Evolutionary History of Life
Human Evolution
Form and Function
An Overview of the Form and Function of Life
Size and Complexity
Support and Shape
Movement
Nutrition
Gas Exchange
Internal Transport
Maintaining the Internal Environment
Defense
Chemical Messengers
Nervous and Sensory Systems
Behavior
Reproduction
Development
From Birth to Death
Interactions with the Environment
The Biosphere
Why Organisms Live Where They Do
Growth of Populations
Interactions among Organisms
Communities of Organisms
Ecosystems
Global Change
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