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Provides a study guide for Essential Biology, third edition, and Essential Biology with Physiology, second edition, by Campbell, c2007. Features practical study advice, organizing tables, content quizzes, crossword puzzles, and more. For students. Softcover.
Table of Contents
|Introduction: Biology Today||p. 1|
|Essential Chemistry for Biology||p. 12|
|The Molecules of Life||p. 24|
|A Tour of the Cell||p. 34|
|The Working Cell||p. 46|
|Cellular Respiration: Obtaining Energy from Food||p. 58|
|Photosynthesis: Using Light to Make Food||p. 68|
|Cellular Reproduction: Cells from Cells||p. 78|
|Patterns of Inheritance||p. 92|
|The Structure and Function of DNA||p. 106|
|How Genes Are Controlled||p. 120|
|DNA Technology||p. 132|
|How Populations Evolve||p. 144|
|How Biological Diversity Evolves||p. 158|
|The Evolution of Microbial Life||p. 174|
|Plants, Fungi, and the Move onto Land||p. 190|
|The Evolution of Animals||p. 204|
|The Ecology of Organisms and Populations||p. 224|
|Communities and Ecosystems||p. 238|
|Human Impact on the Environment||p. 259|
|Unifying Concepts of Animal Structure and Function||p. 272|
|Nutrition and Digestion||p. 284|
|Circulation and Respiration||p. 294|
|The Body's Defenses||p. 306|
|Reproduction and Development||p. 330|
|Nervous, Sensory, and Motor Systems||p. 348|
|The Life of a Flowering Plant||p. 368|
|The Working Plant||p. 383|
|Answer Key||p. 394|
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