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A best-selling non-majors handbook, Campbell Biology: Concepts & Connections, is now available with the revolutionary learning aid, MasteringBiology, which offers new and innovative activities developed and written by the same team of renowned authors - Reece, Taylor, Simon, and Dickey. This highly recommended book stays true to its approachable and...
A best-selling non-majors handbook, Campbell Biology: Concepts & Connections, is now available with the revolutionary learning aid, MasteringBiology, which offers new and innovative activities developed and written by the same team of renowned authors - Reece, Taylor, Simon, and Dickey. This highly recommended book stays true to its approachable and conversational style, giving students a more engaging way to learn biology and its core principles. The text is very well written, concise, and to the point, incorporating practical examples that allow learners to see the relevance of theoretical concepts in relation to the real world. The Campbell Biology: Concepts & Connections with MasteringBiologyÂ® (7th Edition) ISBN 9780321696489 package comes with the latest edition book, which consists of 38 chapters (divided into 7 units). The first unit is dedicated to an introduction to biology, the life of the cell (from the chemical basis of life to molecules), the working cell, and processes like photosynthesis. The next unit revolves around genetics and cellular reproduction, zoning in on patterns of inheritance, genetics, DNA technology, and genomics. The third unit talks different evolutionary concepts, from the evolution of populations to the origin of species and evolutionary history. Unit 4 is all about biological diversity and its evolution, while Units 5 and 6 are about plants and animals. The last chapters talks about ecology (from the biosphere to behavioral adaptations), the changing ecosystems, and how students can get involved in conservation biology. Authors Reece, Taylor, Simon, and Dickey are all experts in the field. They are accomplished professors and writers.
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