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Biology: Concepts Connections (Instructor's Edition) ebook

by Nel A. Campbell

Martha R. Taylor, Ithaca, New York. The book and Mastering™ Biology work together to help students practice making these connections throughout their text.

Martha R. Eric J. Simon, New England College. Jean L. Dickey, Clemson University. Kelly A. Hogan, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Jane B. Reece, Berkeley, California. Mastering Biology is an online homework, tutorial, and assessment product designed to improve results by helping students quickly master concepts.

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I rented this book online after seeing it on a list of recommended study materials for the FTCE Biology 6-12 test

I rented this book online after seeing it on a list of recommended study materials for the FTCE Biology 6-12 test. I am a Psychology major who, through a series of events somehow ended up becoming a Science teacher.

Campbell Biology: Concepts & Connections. 923 Pages · 2017 · 10. 8 MB · 84 Downloads ·English. by Martha R. Taylor & Eric J. Simon & Jean L. Dickey & Kelly A. Hogan & Jane B. Reece. Biology Questions and Answers. 31 MB·83,614 Downloads. com for downloading it from there; the download is very cheap Biology Question. 1,857 Pages·2015·260. 87 MB·3,518 Downloads·German·New!

Biology: Concepts and Connections. continues to introduce pedagogical innovations, which motivate students not only to learn, but also engage with biology. The book and Mastering. Biology work together to help students practice making these connections throughout their text.

In addition to his authorship of this book, he coauthored BIOLOGY and Essential Biology with Jane Reece

in Zoology from UCLA and his P. in Plant Biology from the University of California, Riverside, where he received the Distinguished Alumnus Award in 2001. In addition to his authorship of this book, he coauthored BIOLOGY and Essential Biology with Jane Reece. Each year, over 600,000 students worldwide use Campbell/Reece biology textbooks.

production of gene products by – whole animals or – plants. Recombinant animals – are difficult and costly to produce and – must be cloned to produce more animals with the same traits.

Biology : concepts & connections. by. Campbell, Neil . 1946-2004; Mitchell, Lawrence G; Reece, Jane B. Publication date. San Francisco : Benjamin/Cummings. 3rd ed. Foldoutcount.

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WARNING!!! Rental does NOT include access code even though the product is titled “Campbell Biology: Concepts & Connections Plus MasteringBiology with eText -- Access Card Package (8th Edition).” After you click the 'rent' option, you will see a warning in fine print at the bottom of the rental selection box stating that access codes are not guaranteed. If you miss this tiny warning and proceed with renting, you will most likely receive a used book without a working access code unless you happen to receive a new book for your rental. If you receive a used book for your rental but need the access code, you will need to either keep the rental and buy an access code from Pearson or another source or return the rental and buy a new book with an access code. If you choose to return the rental, your money will be tied up until Rent U receives the returned textbook then refunds your rental fee. Either way, you will need to allow sufficient time to source and obtain your access code. Calling the rental product a textbook with access card package when there is no guarantee that the access card is included is deceptive and needs to be corrected.
First of all, why are all of these reviews based on the service of the item? A customer review is supposed to be based SOLELY on the product itself, not its condition, not the seller, not the rental service. Amazon's review guidelines clearly state that "feedback about the seller, your shipment experience, or packaging is not a product review and should" not be a part of your product review. There are other venues for that. Here is a review on the content of the book.

My interest | 5 stars: I love, love science. Any textbook based on science is something interesting to me. More specifically, I am deeply interested in anatomy and biology. I have bought many books pertaining to science, mostly for required college classes. This one was also bought for a college class.

Engaging | 4 stars: The book is definitely engaging. The cover is beautiful, I enjoyed looking at the picture of a cute animal! The pictures and diagrams within the book are also engaging, and help with further understanding of the material.

Ease of understanding | 5 stars: I found the book easy to understand. The titles, subheadings, diagrams, pictures, and general body of the book were easy to understand and made the intimidating facts much clearer.

Index | 5 stars: I find the index, table of contents, and glossary very important features of any textbook. If I come across a difficult term, I refer to these areas of the book. If I need to study for a test, I refer to those areas. This book is great and contains all of those parts, making it easy to study from.
I simply could NOT use the $%%$ eBook, alone. I bought the stupid eBook for class. The $%$$ eBook is NOT set up to easily see to read two pages at a time, especially when a pictorial flow chart spans two pages not just one. This is a loose leaf physical book. With a loose leaf text I can follow two or more pages at a time. I can accurately complete the eBook assignments now with ease. I can bring the one paper chapter at a time to class then return it into the notebook. The eBook also does NOT have a great way of looking up concepts which are two paired words like "independent variable." There are wonderful oral resources and animations with the eBook. But, to see the concepts being explained two clear pages at a time is invaluable to my current almost 100 A in class. I cannot believe that this Pearson company has costed me MORE than $600 for a biology course!! This paper copy of the text book should be included in the price of the %%%$$ eBook.
i should have a refund from Pearson for the necessity to have purchased this book!!!

A loose leaf book is a great idea. To insert my own loose leaf notes without writing in the margins of the text or attempting to manipulate the $%$# eBook features to put in my own notes is good. I do not have to defile the loose leaf pages with scribbling.

To those professors adopting a Biology text, I say emphatically, look at the eBook #$$% again!! One must be able to have an expensive computer to see two pages two at a time, a big computer screen, one which is NOT portable to class. The ability to split screen the text with the assignments is not really very good either. I still have to toggle the two screens. Even with toggling, I could not see an entire concept map at one time, which necessitated more money out for this loose leaf book too. God Pearson!! You are not thoughtful.
Yes!!!, the e-study resources are wonderful. Animations, downloadable mp3 topics, ... But, Pearson, you are just plain greedy!!$ You HAD to steal for more than $600 an eBook AND this loose leaf text from my poverty.

I sleep on the floor. I have one chair and three changes of clothes only.

This book should be included with the eBook.

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I tutor AP bio and after years of downloading the PDF version, I gave in and just bought the hardcover one. It's a great book! Really college-level in its detail (I went to med school and this is almost as detailed as that level of text). It's got beautiful photos and charts as well. And anyone worried about the editions – there really have not been major changes in most of the sections. Buying this earlier edition saves hundreds of dollars over the newest ones and it still does have sufficient accurate detail to keep up with modern biology.
Because I'm older (born in the 70s), I preferred the book, to flip the pages (I'm slow to change...) However, it came as a package deal w/ Access to online. The online assignments helps with understanding material, and also offers animations of biological processes that made things clearer.
Biology: Concepts  Connections (Instructor's Edition) ebook
Nel A. Campbell
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Pearson Bnjamin Cummings; 6th edition (2009)
881 pages
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