9780131152847

PRENTICE HALL MILLER LEVINE BIOLOGY LABORATORY MANUAL A FOR STUDENTS

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    9780131152847

  • ISBN10:

    013115284X

  • Edition: Lab
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2004-06-30
  • Publisher: PRENTICE HALL SCHOOL GROUP

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Table of Contents

Safety in the Biology Laboratory
7(6)
Safety Symbols
8(1)
Science Safety Rules
9(3)
Safety Contract
12(1)
How to Use the Laboratory Manual
13(1)
Presenting Data
14(265)
Laboratory Skills
Recognizing Laboratory Safety
19(4)
Identifying Laboratory Equipment
23(4)
Making Metric Measurements
27(4)
Applying the Scientific Method
31(4)
Using a Compound Light Microscope
35(6)
Using a Bunsen Burner
41(4)
Preparing Laboratory Solutions
45(4)
Using Graphing Skills
49(6)
Unit 1 The Nature of Life
The Science of Biology
Observing the Uncertainty of Measurements
55(4)
The Chemistry of Life
Identifying Organic Compounds
59(6)
Unit 2 Ecology
The Biosphere
Investigating Chemical Cycles in the Biosphere
65(4)
Ecosystems and Communities
Observing the Effect of Bacteria on Bean Plant Growth
69(4)
Populations
Sampling a Plant Community
73(6)
Humans in the Biosphere
Investigating Air and Water Pollution
79(6)
Unit 3 Cells
Cell Structure and Function
Observing Osmosis
85(6)
Photosynthesis
Measuring the Effect of Light Intensity on Photosynthesis
91(4)
Cellular Respiration
Observing Respiration
95(6)
Cell Growth and Division
Observing Specialized Cells
101(6)
Unit 4 Genetics
Introduction to Genetics
Investigating Inherited Traits
107(6)
DNA and RNA
Extracting DNA
113(6)
Genetic Engineering
Investigating Gel Electrophoresis
119(4)
The Human Genome
Making Karyotypes
123(8)
Unit 5 Evolution
Darwin's Theory of Evolution
Comparing Adaptations of Birds
131(6)
Evolution of Populations
Modeling a Gene Pool
137(6)
The History of Life
Making Coacervates
143(4)
Classification
Using and Constructing a Dichotomous Key
147(6)
Unit 6 Microorganisms and Fungi
Bacteria and Viruses
Controlling Bacterial Growth
153(8)
Protists
Investigating the Diversity of Protists
161(4)
Fungi
Comparing the Characteristics of Molds
165(6)
Unit 7 Plants
Plant Diversity
Comparing Green Algae and Mosses
171(6)
Structure and Function of Seed Plants
Observing Root and Stem Structures
177(6)
Reproduction of Seed Plants
Investigating Germination and Seedling Development
183(6)
Plant Responses and Adaptations
Investigating Germination Inhibitors
189(6)
Unit 8 Invertebrates
Sponges and Cnidarians
Comparing Sponges and Hydras
195(6)
Worms and Mollusks
Observing the Structure of a Squid
201(6)
Arthropods and Echinoderms
Investigating Insect Metamorphosis
207(4)
Comparing Invertebrates
Comparing Invertebrate Body Plans
211(6)
Unit 9 Chordates
Nonvertebrate Chordates, Fishes, and Amphibians
Investigating Frog Anatomy
217(8)
Reptiles and Birds
Examining Adaptations in Lizards
225(6)
Mammals
Comparing Primates
231(6)
Comparing Chordates
Observing Vertebrate Skeletons
237(6)
Animal Behavior
Observing Animal Behavior
243(6)
Unit 10 The Human Body
Nervous System
Observing Nervous Responses
249(6)
Skeletal, Muscular, and Integumentary Systems
Observing Bone Composition and Structure
255(6)
Circulatory and Respiratory Systems
Measuring Lung Capacity
261(6)
Digestive and Excretory Systems
Simulating Urinalysis
267(6)
Endocrine and Reproductive Systems
Comparing Ovaries and Testes
273(6)
The Immune System and Disease
Detecting Viruses
279

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