Biology (Student Edition) ebook
by Kenneth R. Miller
as with most biology books there is way too much material to cover in a year. this text allows great flexibility in planning a curriculum. 5 people found this helpful.
as with most biology books there is way too much material to cover in a year.
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by Kenneth R. Miller First published July 1st 1992. Showing 1-30 of 52. Biology (Hardcover). Published October 1st 2006 by Pearson Prentice Hall.
Kenneth Raymond Miller (born July 14, 1948) is an American cell biologist and molecular biologist, currently Professor of Biology and Royce Family Professor for Teaching Excellence at Brown University. Miller is a co-author of a major introductory college and high school biology textbook published by Prentice Hall since 1990
by. Kenneth R. Miller (Author). They begin the fourth chapter, There are no special elements found in living things. In fact, the molecules that make up a living cell do not, in and of themselves, have the property of life.
Kenneth E. Miller, Lisa M. Rasco. Категория: Биология, Экология. Kenneth W. Clarkson, Gaylord A. Jentz, Frank B. Cross, Roger LeRoy Miller.
The authors' unique storytelling style engages students in biology with a greater focus on written and visual analogies.
Kenneth Raymond Miller. Professor of Biology. Miller is Professor of Biology. He did his undergraduate work at Brown, and earned a Ph D in 1974 at the University of Colorado. He spent six years as Assistant Professor at Harvard University before returning to Brown University in 1980. His latest book, The Human Instinct (How we Evolved to Have Reason, Consciousness, and Free Will) was published in 2018 by Simon and Schuster.
Emphasizing science as a process enables students to see scientific ideas as the product of rational, fact-driven inquiry rather than doctrine, and this can be essential in developing an acceptance of established science. Pointing out the historical role of religious institutions in the establishment of western science is another, as is describing the role that people of faith have played in key scientific developments.