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Efnisyfirlit

  • Cover
  • Title Page
  • Copyright
  • About the Authors
  • Preface
  • Connect
  • Acknowledgments
  • Brief Contents
  • Contents
  • Science In Your Life
  • Chapter 1 Biology: The Study of Life
    • 1.1 The Characteristics of Life
    • 1.2 The Classification of Organisms
    • 1.3 The Process of Science
    • 1.4 Challenges Facing Science
  • Unit 1 Cell Biology
  • Chapter 2 The Molecules of Cells
    • 2.1 Introduction to Chemistry
    • 2.2 Molecules and Compounds
    • 2.3 Chemistry of Water
    • 2.4 Organic Molecules
    • 2.5 Carbohydrates
    • 2.6 Lipids
    • 2.7 Proteins
    • 2.8 Nucleic Acids
  • Chapter 3 Cell Structure and Function
    • 3.1 The Cellular Level of Organization
    • 3.2 Prokaryotic Cells
    • 3.3 Eukaryotic Cells
    • 3.4 The Cytoskeleton
    • 3.5 Origin and Evolution of the Eukaryotic Cell
  • Chapter 4 Membrane Structure and Function
    • 4.1 Plasma Membrane Structure and Function
    • 4.2 The Permeability of the Plasma Membrane
    • 4.3 Modifications of Cell Surfaces
  • Chapter 5 Cell Division
    • 5.1 The Cell Cycle
    • 5.2 Control of the Cell Cycle
    • 5.3 Mitosis: Maintaining the Chromosome Number
    • 5.4 Meiosis: Reducing the Chromosome Number
    • 5.5 Comparison of Meiosis with Mitosis
    • 5.6 The Human Life Cycle
  • Chapter 6 Metabolism: Energy and Enzymes
    • 6.1 Life and the Flow of Energy
    • 6.2 Energy Transformations and Metabolism
    • 6.3 Enzymes and Metabolic Pathways
    • 6.4 Oxidation-Reduction Reactions and Metabolism
  • Chapter 7 Cellular Respiration
    • 7.1 Overview of Cellular Respiration
    • 7.2 Outside the Mitochondria: Glycolysis
    • 7.3 Outside the Mitochondria: Fermentation
    • 7.4 Inside the Mitochondria
  • Unit 2 Plant Biology
  • Chapter 8 Photosynthesis
    • 8.1 Overview of Photosynthesis
    • 8.2 Plants as Solar Energy Converters
    • 8.3 Plants as Carbon Dioxide Fixers
    • 8.4 Alternative Pathways for Photosynthesis
    • 8.5 Photosynthesis Versus Cellular Respiration
  • Chapter 9 Plant Organization and Function
    • 9.1 Cells and Tissues of Plants
    • 9.2 Plant Organs and Systems
    • 9.3 Monocot Versus Eudicot Plants
    • 9.4 Organization of Roots
    • 9.5 Organization of Stems
    • 9.6 Organization of Leaves
    • 9.7 Uptake and Transport of Nutrients
  • Chapter 10 Plant Reproduction, Growth, and Response
    • 10.1 Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants
    • 10.2 Growth and Development
    • 10.3 Asexual Reproduction in Plants
    • 10.4 Control of Growth and Responses
  • Unit 3 Maintenance of the Human Body
  • Chapter 11 Human Organization
    • 11.1 Types of Tissues
    • 11.2 Body Cavities and Body Membranes
    • 11.3 Organ Systems
    • 11.4 Integumentary System
    • 11.5 Homeostasis
  • Chapter 12 Cardiovascular System
    • 12.1 The Blood Vessels
    • 12.2 Blood
    • 12.3 The Human Heart
    • 12.4 Two Cardiovascular Pathways
    • 12.5 Cardiovascular Disorders
  • Chapter 13 Lymphatic and Immune Systems
    • 13.1 The Lymphatic System
    • 13.2 Innate Immunity
    • 13.3 Adaptive Immunity
    • 13.4 Active Versus Passive Immunity
    • 13.5 Adverse Effects of Immune Responses
    • 13.6 Disorders of the Immune System
  • Chapter 14 Digestive System and Nutrition
    • 14.1 The Digestive Tract
    • 14.2 Accessory Organs of Digestion
    • 14.3 Digestive Enzymes
    • 14.4 Human Nutrition
    • 14.5 Eating Disorders
    • 14.6 Disorders of the Digestive System
  • Chapter 15 Respiratory System
    • 15.1 The Respiratory System
    • 15.2 Mechanism of Breathing
    • 15.3 Gas Exchanges in the Body
    • 15.4 Disorders of the Respiratory System
  • Chapter 16 Urinary System and Excretion
    • 16.1 The Urinary System
    • 16.2 Anatomy of the Kidney and Excretion
    • 16.3 Regulatory Functions of the Kidneys
    • 16.4 Disorders of the Urinary System
  • Unit 4 Integration and Control of the Human Body
  • Chapter 17 Nervous System
    • 17.1 Nervous Tissue
    • 17.2 Transmission of Nerve Impulses
    • 17.3 The Central Nervous System
    • 17.4 The Limbic System and Higher Mental Functions
    • 17.5 The Peripheral Nervous System
    • 17.6 Drug Abuse
    • 17.7 Disorders of the Nervous System
  • Chapter 18 Senses
    • 18.1 Sensory Receptors and Sensations
    • 18.2 Somatic Senses
    • 18.3 Senses of Taste and Smell
    • 18.4 Sense of Vision
    • 18.5 Sense of Hearing
    • 18.6 Sense of Equilibrium
    • 18.7 Disorders That Affect the Senses
  • Chapter 19 Musculoskeletal System
    • 19.1 Overview of Bone and Cartilage
    • 19.2 Bones of the Skeleton
    • 19.3 Skeletal Muscles
    • 19.4 Mechanism of Muscle Fiber Contraction
    • 19.5 Whole Muscle Contraction
    • 19.6 Disorders of the Musculoskeletal System
  • Chapter 20 Endocrine System
    • 20.1 Overview of the Endocrine System
    • 20.2 Hypothalamus and Pituitary Gland
    • 20.3 Thyroid and Parathyroid Glands
    • 20.4 Adrenal Glands
    • 20.5 Pancreas
    • 20.6 Other Endocrine Glands
    • 20.7 Disorders of the Endocrine System
  • Unit 5 Continuance of the Species
  • Chapter 21 Reproductive System
    • 21.1 Male Reproductive System
    • 21.2 Female Reproductive System
    • 21.3 Ovarian and Uterine Cycles
    • 21.4 Control of Reproduction
    • 21.5 Sexually Transmitted Diseases
    • 21.6 Reproductive Disorders and Assisted Reproductive Technologies
  • Chapter 22 Development and Aging
    • 22.1 Fertilization and Early Stages of Development
    • 22.2 Processes of Development
    • 22.3 Human Embryonic and Fetal Development
    • 22.4 Human Pregnancy, Birth, and Lactation
    • 22.5 Aging
  • Chapter 23 Patterns of Gene Inheritance
    • 23.1 Mendel’s Laws
    • 23.2 Pedigree Analysis and Genetic Disorders
    • 23.3 Beyond Simple Inheritance Patterns
    • 23.4 Environmental Influences
  • Chapter 24 Chromosomal Basis of Inheritance
    • 24.1 Gene Linkage
    • 24.2 X-Linked Inheritance
    • 24.3 Changes in Chromosome Number
    • 24.4 Changes in Chromosome Structure
  • Chapter 25 DNA Structure and Gene Expression
    • 25.1 DNA Structure
    • 25.2 DNA Replication
    • 25.3 Gene Expression
    • 25.4 Control of Gene Expression
    • 25.5 Gene Mutations and Cancer
  • Chapter 26 Biotechnology and Genomics
    • 26.1 DNA Technology
    • 26.2 Biotechnology Products
    • 26.3 Gene Therapy
    • 26.4 Genomics, Proteomics, and Bioinformatics
  • Unit 6 Evolution and Diversity
  • Chapter 27 Evolution of Life
    • 27.1 Theory of Evolution
    • 27.2 Evidence of Evolution
    • 27.3 Microevolution
    • 27.4 Processes of Evolution
    • 27.5 Macroevolution and Speciation
    • 27.6 Systematics
  • Chapter 28 Microbiology
    • 28.1 The Microbial World
    • 28.2 Origin of Microbial Life
    • 28.3 Archaea
    • 28.4 Bacteria
    • 28.5 Viruses, Viroids, and Prions
  • Chapter 29 Protists and Fungi
    • 29.1 Protists
    • 29.2 Fungi
  • Chapter 30 Plants
    • 30.1 Evolutionary History of Plants
    • 30.2 Nonvascular Plants
    • 30.3 Seedless Vascular Plants
    • 30.4 Seed Plants
  • Chapter 31 Animals: The Invertebrates
    • 31.1 Evolutionary Trends Among Animals
    • 31.2 The Simplest Invertebrates
    • 31.3 The Spiralia
    • 31.4 The Ecdysozoa
    • 31.5 Invertebrate Deuterostomes
  • Chapter 32 Animals: Chordates and Vertebrates
    • 32.1 Chordates
    • 32.2 Vertebrates: Fish and Amphibians
    • 32.3 Vertebrates: Reptiles and Mammals
    • 32.4 Evolution of the Hominins
    • 32.5 Evolution of Modern Humans
  • Unit 7 Behavior and Ecology
  • Chapter 33 Behavioral Ecology
    • 33.1 Nature Versus Nurture: Genetic Influences
    • 33.2 Nature Versus Nurture: Environmental Influences
    • 33.3 Animal Communication
    • 33.4 Behaviors That Affect Fitness
  • Chapter 34 Population and Community Ecology
    • 34.1 The Scope of Ecology
    • 34.2 Patterns of Population Growth
    • 34.3 Interactions Between Populations
    • 34.4 Ecological Succession
  • Chapter 35 Nature of Ecosystems
    • 35.1 The Biotic Components of Ecosystems
    • 35.2 Energy Flow
    • 35.3 Global Biogeochemical Cycles
  • Chapter 36 Major Ecosystems of the Biosphere
    • 36.1 Climate and the Biosphere
    • 36.2 Terrestrial Ecosystems
    • 36.3 Aquatic Ecosystems
  • Chapter 37 Conservation Biology
    • 37.1 Conservation Biology and Biodiversity
    • 37.2 Value of Biodiversity
    • 37.3 Threats to Biodiversity
    • 37.4 Habitat Conservation and Restoration
    • 37.5 Working Toward a Sustainable Society
  • Appendix A Periodic Table of the Elements, and the Metric System A
  • Appendix B Answer Key B
  • Glossary
  • Index

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