Biology: life on earth with physiology
The number of biology-related issues in our society is growing constantly. This book helps readers digest a wealth of scientific information with relevant references and examples.Includes new Links to Life feature ;ends each chapter on a relevant note with short, informally written segments on familiar topics, such as ;Health Food. ; Contains Earth Watch, Health Watch, and Scientific Inquiry Essays that introduce readers to the exploration of key environmental and health-related issues. Features a striking illustration program with consistent, strategic use of color, revised multi-part figures, and updated labels and captions.A fascinating reference for anyone interested in learning more about biological issues in our world.
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Why Preserve Biodiversity?
The Life of a Cell
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active algae allele amino acids animals antibodies archaea atoms bacteria behavior biological birds blood cells body bonds called capillaries carbon cause cell division cellular cellular respiration Chapter chemical chromosomes color contain cycle digestive diploid disease Earth ecosystems eggs electrons endergonic reactions energy environment enzymes eukaryotic eukaryotic cells evolution evolutionary evolved example female FIGURE fish fluid forests fossil function fungi gametes gene genetic glands glucose growth habitat haploid hormones human hydrogen immune individuals infection interactions intestine kidney light-dependent reactions living lungs male mammals mate meiosis metabolic molecules mRNA muscle mutations natural selection nucleotide nutrients occur offspring organisms oxygen pair parasitic photosynthesis plants plasma membrane polymerase population predators produce prokaryotic protein protists reactions receptors release replication reproduction ribosomes Scientific scientists sequence skin species sperm spores strand structure sugar synthesize temperature tion tissue traits trees types vertebrates viruses X chromosome