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By using an issues-oriented approach, Volume 1 - Cell Biology and Genetics from The Unity and Diversity of Life, 12e grabs student interest with real-life issues that hit home. This text includes new coverage and pedagogy that encourages students to think critically about hot-button issues and includes outstanding new features that take students beyond memorization and encourage them to ask questions in new ways as they learn to interpret data.
Table of Contents
|Invitation to Biology|
|Principles Of Cellular Life|
|Life's Chemical Basis|
|Molecules of Life|
|Cell Structure and Function|
|A Closer Look at Cell Membranes|
|Ground Rules of Metabolism|
|Where It Starts--Photosynthesis|
|How Cells Release Chemical Energy|
|Principles Of Inheritance|
|How Cells Reproduce|
|Meiosis and Sexual Reproduction|
|Observing Patterns in Inherited Traits|
|Chromosomes and Human Inheritance|
|DNA Structure and Function|
|From DNA to Protein|
|Controls Over Genes|
|Studying and Manipulating Genomes|
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