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Biology in the Laboratory / With BioBytes 3.0 CD

Biology in the Laboratory / With BioBytes 3.0 CD - 3rd edition

Cover of Biology in the Laboratory / With BioBytes 3.0 CD 3RD 98 (ISBN -)
Cover type: Paperback
Edition/Copyright: 3RD 98
Publisher: W.H. Freeman
Published: 1998
International: No

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Biology in the Laboratory / With BioBytes 3.0 CD - 3RD 98 edition

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Doris R. Helms, Carl W. Helms, Robert J. Kosinski and John R. Cummings

Cover type: Paperback
Edition/Copyright: 3RD 98
Publisher: W.H. Freeman

Published: 1998
International: No
Summary

Biology in the Laboratory, Third Edition, designed to accompany introductory level biology courses, helps students learn to form hypotheses and apply the scientific method. Questions in the manual promote critical thinking and help students make accurate observations, organize and interpret their data, and reach sound conclusions.

Author Bio

Helms, Doris R. : Clemson University

Helms, Carl W. : Clemson University

Kosinski, Robert J. : Clemson Universit

Cummings, John C. : Clemson University

Table of Contents

Science -- A Process and Appendixes I, II, and III

1. Observations and Measurements: The Microscope
2. Observations and Measurements: Measuring Techniques
3. pH and Buffer
4. Using the Spectrophotometer
5. Organic Molecules
6. Prokaryotic Cells
7. Eukaryotic Cells
8. Osmosis and Diffusion
9. Mitosis
10. Enzymes
11. Energetics, Fermentation, and Respiration
12. Photosynthesis
13. Meiosis: Independent Assortment and Segregation
14. Genes and Chromosomes: Chromosome Mapping
15. Human Genetic Traits
16. DNA Isolation
17. DNA -- The Genetic Material: Replication, Transcription, and Translation
18. Molecular Genetics: Recombinant DNA
19. Genetic Control of Development and Immune Defenses
20. The Genetic Basis of Evolution
21. The Genetic Basis of Evolution II -- Diversity
22. Diversity -- Kingdoms Eubacteria, Archaebacteria, and Protista
23. Diversity -- Fungi and the Noutracheophytes
24. Diversity -- The Tracheophytes (Vascular Land Plants)
25. Diversity -- Porifera, Cnidaria, and Wormlike Invertebrates
26. Diversity -- Mollusks, Arthropods, and Echinoderms
27. Diversity -- Phylum Chordata
28. Plant Anatomy -- Roots, Stems, and Leaves
29. Angiosperm Development -- Fruits, Seeds, Meristems, and Secondary Growth
30. Water Movement and Mineral Nutrition in Plants
31. Plant Responses to Stimuli
32. Animal Tissues
33. Introduction to the Study of Anatomy, and the External Anatomy and Integument of Representative
Vetebrates
34. The Anatomy of Representative Vertebrates: Behavioral System
35. The Anatomy of Representative Vertebrates: Digestive and Respiratory Systems
36. The Anatomy of Representative Vertebrates: Circulatory and Urogenital Systems
37. The Basics of Animal Form: Skin, Bones, and Muscles
38. Physiology of Circulatio
39. Gas Exchange and Respiratory System
40. The Digestive, Excretory, and Reproductive Systems
41. Control -- The Nervous System
42. Behavior
43. Communities and Ecosystems
44. Predator-Prey Relations
45. Productivity in Aquatic Ecosystems

Appendixes

I. Presenting and Analyzing Experimental Data: Tables, Graphs, and Statistical Methods

II. Writing Laboratory Reports

III. Preparing Solutions

IV. A Quick Guide to Using Scientific Notation

V. A Quick Guide to Using the pH MeterVI. A Quick Guide to Using the Spectrometer (Spectronic 20)

VII. Key to Common Roots, Prefixes, and Suffixes