Biology: Life on Earth - 10th Edition - by Gerald Audesirk, Teresa Audesirk, Bruce E. Byers - ISBN 9780321729712
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Biology: Life on Earth
10th Edition
Gerald Audesirk, Teresa Audesirk, Bruce E. Byers
Publisher: Benjamin Cummings
ISBN: 9780321729712

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Biology: Life on Earth with Physiology, Tenth Edition continues this book's tradition of engaging non-majors biology students with real-world applications, high-interest case studies, and inquiry-based pedagogy that fosters a lifetime of discovery and scientific literacy. Maintaining the friendly writing style that has made the book a best-seller, the Tenth Edition continues to incorporate true and relevant stories using a chapter-opening Case Study that is revisited throughout the chapter and concluded at the end of the chapter. New to the Tenth Edition are Learning Goals and Check Your Learning questions that help students assess their understanding of the core concepts in biology. To increase the book's focus on health science, additional Health Watch essays are provided throughout units, and more anatomy & physiology content has been incorporated into the main narrative. Other highlights include new or revised Consider This questions, Have You Ever Wondered? Questions, and MasteringBiology.

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A gene is made up of three DNA bases (example, AUG, TGG, GCG, ACT), which codes for a single amino...Nucleotide: Nucleotides are those organic biomolecules which act as a monomer for building up a long...Explanation: The DNA in a cell is being replicated continuously when the new cells are made. The...Genetic engineering is used by the scientists to make changes in the genes that are inherited by the...Explanation: The wings of the birds or the arms of the humans or the flippers of the seals have been...Hardy–Weinberg equation describes a simple method to evaluate a non-evolving population via a...Species: The largest group of organisms which have the potential to interbreed with the individual...The evolution of oxygenic photosynthesis during the archean eon was one of the most important events...Taxonomy: It is a type of methodology used to classify the biologically active organism into their...Explanation: The peptidoglycan is the polymer of sugars and amino acids, which makes the bacterial...Protists represent three modes of nutrition: ingestion of food, absorption of nutrients from their...Explanation: The evolution of plants can be proved from the fact that some plants still grow in the...Explanation: The fungi remain underground or the habitat like the trunk of a tree. When the time for...Explanation: Animals consume other organisms to get energy. Plants are the producers. They make food...Explanation: A dorsal hollow nerve cord is found in all the chordates, especially in the...Explanation: An organism constantly interacts with its environment and adjusts accordingly. This...Density-dependent resistance depends on the population density of any area. They mainly include...Explanation: Despite the fact that species interaction may not always be beneficial for all the...Explanation: The ultimate source of all energy on the Earth is the sun. The green plants are capable...Explanation: The Earth is slightly tilted on its axis at an angle of 23.5° (degrees). Thus, its...Explanation: There are three levels of biodiversity that exists in nature. They are species...

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