Life on Earth (Student Study Companion)

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9780131852778: Life on Earth (Student Study Companion)

This brief text weaves environmental and health issues throughout the book and motivates students to find the answers to engaging questions. For one-semester courses in Introductory Biology for non-majors. A briefer version of the highly successful Biology: Life on Earth, 7e, Life on Earth 4e helps instructors and students manage a wealth of scientific information in a meaningful and relevant way. Life on Earth 4e provides briefer, more streamlined coverage of topics and has an abbreviated diversity unit as compared to Biology: Life on Earth, 7e.

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Based on the highly successful Biology: Life on Earth, this new core text is designed for briefer non-majors introductory biology courses covering core areas of cell biology, genetics, evolution, human anatomy and physiology, and ecology. Life on Earth focuses on biological concepts and their application to relevant topics in everyday life such as environmental concerns and human health.

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Key Benefit: Based on the highly successful Biology: Life on Earth, this new core book is designed for briefer non-majors introductory biology courses covering core areas of cell biology, genetics, evolution, human anatomy and physiology, and ecology. Life on Earth focuses on biological concepts and their application to relevant topics in everyday life such as environmental concerns and human health. Key Topics: The primary goal of the book to help understand basic concepts and then apply them to their world. It motivates through relevancy by capturing the wonder of “why?”. Life on Earth conveys the dynamic process of science and discovery, emphasizing the people and processes behind the science. Sample topics from “Scientific Inquiry” include DNA fingerprinting, the use of biotechnology in prenatal diagnosis, and using molecular genetics to investigate evolutionary relationships.

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