Biology: A Guide to the Natural World ebook
by David Krogh
Key Benefit: David Krogh's fluent writing style guides readers through the natural world of biology using . I found this book to much easier to read and understand from all the previous textbooks assigned to biology courses. The graphics and tables and examples are completely explained.
Key Benefit: David Krogh's fluent writing style guides readers through the natural world of biology using relevant examples, clearly-developed illustrations, an. . The format asks questions and answers them in a simple, easily understandable text - not like the mumbo jumbo that a person would have to read over and over to finally understand its meaning.
Biology: A Guide to the .has been added to your Cart. 5 of a star for personal taste (I prefer a more technical approach to the sciences with less fluff, which this book wasn't meant for that kind of student or professor), but it didn't seem fair to give this book an even lower score when the author really tries to get the average person interested in Biology. It is also important to note that I haven't went through the entire book (since my summer class does not cover all chapters). Overall, I's a decent book that deserves a pollice verso in the upward position. One person found this helpful.
Автор: David Krogh Название: Study Guide for Biology: A.Описание: This book captivates student interest, opening minds to the wonder of developmental biology, whilst covering required material with scientific rigour.
Описание: This book captivates student interest, opening minds to the wonder of developmental biology, whilst covering required material with scientific rigour.
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Key Topics: Science as a Way of Learning: A Guide to the Natural World, Fundamental Building Blocks: Chemistry, Water, and pH, Life’s Components: Biological Molec. Key Benefit: David Krogh’s fluent writing style guides readers through the natural world of biology using relevant examples, clearly-developed illustrations, and interesting analogies that resonate with readers.
Question 25 3. 33 out of 3. 33 points The two principles that lie at the core of the theory of evolution are: Selected Answer: Correct Answer: Response Feedback: d. Common descent with modification and natural selection d. Common descent with modification and natural selection Nice. Common descent with modification and natural selection Nice job! This is a backbone piece for practically any future science classes.
David Krogh has been writing about science for 20 years in newspapers, magazines, books, and for .
David Krogh has been writing about science for 20 years in newspapers, magazines, books, and for educational institutions. David has written on physics and on technology issues, but his primary interest has been in biology.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. David Krogh (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0023668913. Ideal for those with a general interest in biology, this book easily draws readers into the material with lots of analogies and stories that help them readily relate biological concepts to others they are already familiar with, and by using a conversational tone that allows them to concentrate on the concepts, rather than struggling with scientific jargon.
Biology: A Guide to the Natural World remains the only book written and illustrated from the ground up for those with little knowledge of biology. The Third Edition retains its best features—rich, full-color art, an accessible writing style, and a full complement of digital resources—while substantially updating the content throughout to emphasize the relevancy of biology to readers' lives. A seven-part organization covers essential parts: atoms, molecules, and cells; energy and its transformation; how life goes on: genetics; life's organizing principle: evolution and the diversity of life; a bounty that feeds us all: plants; what makes the organism tick? animal anatomy and physiology; and the living world as a whole: ecology and behavior. For the promotion of biological literacy—to make individuals aware that they need it to participate in the workforce, make everyday decisions, and make informed choices at the ballot box.