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Starr and McMillan's HUMAN BIOLOGY, 8th Edition presents the core areas of human biology with an emphasis on not only the internal world, but how we impact our external world. Highlighting biology's relevance, each chapter opens with an "Impacts, Issues" reading on a human biology-related issue currently in the news. Within the chapter, users then learn the basic concepts which help them think critically about these issues. In addition, each chapter's "How Would You Vote?" question invites users to explore current issues and deepen their understanding through online exercises. By the end of the chapter, learners are asked to "Explore on Your Own", and participate in activities showing the impact of the content on their lives.
This introductory text presents the core concepts of human biology in an engaging manner. Noted for its lucid presentation style, it contains hundreds of illustrations and photographs in full color that work together with text to make difficult processes easier to grasp. The Third Edition contains many new concept spreads and visual summaries-unique in-book learning aids designed to help readers visualize difficult concepts and complicated biological structures. With the help of 300 researchers, the third edition has also undergone an extensive chapter-by-chapter revision, to keep it current with latest changes in the field.
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