BIOLOGY:THE ESSENTIALS (LL) W/CONNECT - 3rd Edition - by Hoefnagels - ISBN 9781260670929
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Chapter 3 - CellsChapter 3.1 - Cells Are The Units Of LifeChapter 3.2 - Different Cell Types Characterize Life's Three DomainsChapter 3.3 - A Membrane Seperates Each Cell From Its SurrondingsChapter 3.4 - Eukaryotic Organelles Divide LaborChapter 3.5 - The Cytoskeleton Supports Eukaryotic CellsChapter 3.6 - Cells Stick Together And Communicate With One AnotherChapter 4 - The Energy Of LifeChapter 4.1 - All Cells Capture And Use EnergyChapter 4.2 - Networks Of Chemical Reactions Sustain LifeChapter 4.3 - Atp Is Cellular Energy CurrencyChapter 4.4 - Enzymes Speed ReactionsChapter 4.5 - Membrane Transport May Release Energy Or Cost EnergyChapter 5 - PhotosynthesisChapter 5.1 - Life Depends On PhotosynthesisChapter 5.2 - Photosynthetic Pigments Capture SunlightChapter 5.3 - Chloroplasts Are The Sites Of PhotosynthesisChapter 5.4 - Photosynthesis Occurs In Two StagesChapter 5.5 - The Light Reactions Begin PhotosynthesisChapter 5.6 - The Carbon Reactions Produce CarbohydratesChapter 5.7 - C3, C4 And Cam Plants Use Different Carbon Fixation PathwaysChapter 6 - Respiration And FermentationChapter 6.1 - Cells Use Energy In Food To Make AtpChapter 6.2 - Cellular Respiration Includes Three Main ProcessesChapter 6.3 - In Eukaryotic Cells, Mitochondria Produce Most AtpChapter 6.4 - Glycolysis Breaks Down Glucose To PyruvateChapter 6.5 - Aerobic Respiration Yields Much More Atp Than Glycolysis AloneChapter 6.6 - How Many Atps Can One Glucose Molecule Yield?Chapter 6.7 - Other Food Molecules Enter The Energy-extracting PathwaysChapter 6.8 - Fermenters Acquire Atp Only In GlycolysisChapter 7 - Dna Structure And Gene FunctionChapter 7.1 - Dna Is A Double HelixChapter 7.2 - Dna Stores Genetic Information: An OverviewChapter 7.3 - Transcription Uses A Dna Template To Build RnaChapter 7.4 - Translation Builds The ProteinChapter 7.5 - Cells Regulate Gene ExpressionChapter 7.6 - Mutations Change DnaChapter 7.7 - Viruses Are Genes Wrapped In A Protein CoatChapter 7.8 - Viruses Infect All Cell TypesChapter 7.9 - Drugs And Vaccines Help Fight Viral InfectionsChapter 7.10 - Viroids And Prions Are Other Noncellular Infectious AgentsChapter 8 - Dna Replication, Binary Fission, And MitosisChapter 8.1 - Cells Divide And Cells DieChapter 8.2 - Dna Replication Precedes Cell DivisionChapter 8.3 - Bacteria And Archaea Divide By Binary FissionChapter 8.4 - Replicated Chromosomes Condense As A Eukaryotic Cell Prepares To DivideChapter 8.5 - Mitotic Division Generates Exact Cell CopiesChapter 8.6 - Cancer Cells Divide UncontrollablyChapter 9 - Sexual Reproduction And MeiosisChapter 9.1 - Why Sex?Chapter 9.2 - Diploid Cells Contain Two Homologous Sets Of ChromosomesChapter 9.3 - Meiosis Is Essential In Sexual ReproductionChapter 9.4 - In Meiosis, Dna Replicates Once, But The Nucleus Divides TwiceChapter 9.5 - Meiosis Generates Enomorous VariabilityChapter 9.6 - Mitosis And Meiosis Have Different Functions: A SummaryChapter 9.7 - Errors Sometimes Occur In MeiosisChapter 10 - Patterns Of InheritanceChapter 10.1 - Chromosomes Are Packets Of Genetic Information: A ReviewChapter 10.2 - Mendel's Experiments Uncovered Basic Laws Of InheritanceChapter 10.3 - The Two Alleles Of A Gene End Up In Different GametesChapter 10.4 - Genes On Different Chromosomes Are Inherited IndependentlyChapter 10.5 - Genes On The Same Chromosome May Be Inherited TogetherChapter 10.6 - Inheritance Patterns Are Rarely SimpleChapter 10.7 - Sex-linked Genes Have Unique Inheritance PatternsChapter 10.8 - Pedigrees Show Modes Of InheritanceChapter 10.9 - Most Traits Are Influenced By The Environment And Multiple GenesChapter 11 - Dna TechnologyChapter 11.1 - Dna Technology Is Changing The WorldChapter 11.2 - Dna Technology's Tools Apply To Individual Genes Or Entire GenomesChapter 11.3 - Stem Cells And Cloning Add New Ways To Copy Cells And OrganismsChapter 11.4 - Many Medical Tests And Procedures Use Dna TechnologyChapter 12 - Forces Of Evolutionary ChangeChapter 12.1 - Evolution Acts On PopulationsChapter 12.2 - Evolutionary Thought Has Evolved For CenturiesChapter 12.3 - Natural Selection Molds EvolutionChapter 12.4 - Evolution Is Inevitable In Real PopulationsChapter 12.5 - Natural Selection Can Shape Populations In Many WaysChapter 12.6 - Sexual Selection Directly Influences Reproductive SuccessChapter 12.7 - Evolution Occurs In Several Additional WaysChapter 13 - Evidence Of EvolutionChapter 13.1 - Clues To Evolution Lie In The Earth, Body Structures, And MoleculesChapter 13.2 - Fossils Record EvolutionChapter 13.3 - Biogeography Considers Species' Geographical LocationsChapter 13.4 - Anatomical Comparisons May Reveal Common DescentChapter 13.5 - Embryonic Development Patterns Provide Evolutionary CluesChapter 13.6 - Molecules Reveal RelatednessChapter 14 - Speciation And ExtinctionChapter 14.1 - What Is A Species?Chapter 14.2 - Reproductive Barriers Cause Species To DivergeChapter 14.3 - Spatial Patterns Define Two Types Of SpeciationChapter 14.4 - Speciation May Be Gradual Or May Occur In BurstsChapter 14.5 - Extinction Marks The End Of The LineChapter 14.6 - Biological Classification Systems Are Based On Common DescentChapter 15 - Evolution And Diversity Of Microbial LifeChapter 15.1 - Life's Origin Remains MysteriousChapter 15.2 - Prokaryotes Are A Biological Success StoryChapter 15.3 - Eukaryotic Cells And Multicellularity Arose More Than A Billion Years AgoChapter 15.4 - Protists Are The Simplest EukaryotesChapter 15.5 - Fungi Are Essential DecomposersChapter 16 - Evolution And Diversity Of PlantsChapter 16.1 - Plants Have Changed The WorldChapter 16.2 - Bryophytes Are The Simplest PlantsChapter 16.3 - Seedless Vascular Plants Have Xylem And Phloem But No SeedsChapter 16.4 - Gymnosperms Are "naked Seed" PlantsChapter 16.5 - Angiosperms Produce Seeds In FruitsChapter 17 - Evolution And Diversity Of AnimalsChapter 17.1 - Animals Live Nearly EverywhereChapter 17.2 - Sponges Are Simple Animals That Lack Differentiated TissuesChapter 17.3 - Cnidarians Are Radially Symmetrical, Aquatic AnimalsChapter 17.4 - Flatworms Have Bilateral Symmetry And Incomplete Digestive TractsChapter 17.5 - Mollusks Are Soft, Unsegmented AnimalsChapter 17.6 - Annelids Are Segmented WormsChapter 17.7 - Nematodes Are Unsegmented, Cylindrical WormsChapter 17.8 - Arthropods Have Exoskeletons And Jointed AppendagesChapter 17.9 - Echinoderm Adults Have Five-part, Radial SymmetryChapter 17.10 - Most Chordates Are VertebratesChapter 17.11 - Chordate Diversity Extends From Water To Land To SkyChapter 17.12 - Fossils And Dna Tell The Human Evolution StoryChapter 18 - PopulationsChapter 18.1 - Ecology Is The Study Of InteractionsChapter 18.2 - A Population's Size And Density Change Over TimeChapter 18.3 - Births And Deaths Help Determine Population SizeChapter 18.4 - Natural Selection Influences Life HistoriesChapter 18.5 - Population Growth May Be Exponential Or LogisticChapter 18.6 - The Human Population Continues To GrowChapter 19 - Communities And EcosystemsChapter 19.1 - Organisms Interact Within Communities And EcosystemsChapter 19.2 - Earth Has Diverse ClimatesChapter 19.3 - Biomes Are Ecosystems With Distinctive Communities Of LifeChapter 19.4 - Community Interactions Occur Within Each BiomeChapter 19.5 - Succession Is A Gradual Change In A CommunityChapter 19.6 - Ecosystems Require Continuous Energy InputChapter 19.7 - Chemicals Cycle Within EcosystemsChapter 20 - Preserving BiodiversityChapter 20.1 - Earth's Biodiversity Is DwindlingChapter 20.2 - Many Human Activities Destroy HabitatsChapter 20.3 - Pollution Degrades HabitatsChapter 20.4 - Global Climate Change Alters And Shifts HabitatsChapter 20.5 - Exotic Invaders And Overexploitation Devastate Many SpeciesChapter 20.6 - Some Biodiversity May Be RecoverableChapter 21 - Plant Form And FunctionChapter 21.1 - Vegetative Plant Parts Include Stems, Leaves, And RootsChapter 21.2 - Soil And Air Provide Water And NutrientsChapter 21.3 - Plant Cells Build TissuesChapter 21.4 - Tissues Build Stems, Leaves, And RootsChapter 21.5 - Plants Have Flexible Growth Patterns, Thanks To MeristemsChapter 21.6 - Vascular Tissue Transports Water, Minerals, And SugarChapter 22 - Reproduction And Development Of Flowering PlantsChapter 22.1 - Angiosperms Reproduce Sexually And AsexuallyChapter 22.2 - The Angiosperm Life Cycle Includes Flowers, Fruits, And SeedsChapter 22.3 - Plant Growth Begins With Seed GerminationChapter 22.4 - Hormones Regulate Plant Growth And DevelopmentChapter 22.5 - Light Is A Powerful Influence On Plant LifeChapter 22.6 - Plants Respond To Gravity And TouchChapter 23 - Animal Tissues And Organ SystemsChapter 23.1 - Specialized Cells Build Animal BodiesChapter 23.2 - Animals Consist Of Four Tissue TypesChapter 23.3 - Organ Systems Are InterconnectedChapter 23.4 - Organ System Interactions Promote HomeostasisChapter 23.5 - Animals Regulate Body TemperatureChapter 24 - The Nervous System And The SensesChapter 24.1 - The Nervous System Forms A Rapid Communication NetworkChapter 24.2 - Neurons Are The Functional Units Of A Nervous SystemChapter 24.3 - Action Potentials Convey MessagesChapter 24.4 - Neurotransmitters Pass The Message From Cell To CellChapter 24.5 - The Peripheral Nervous System Consists Of Nerve Cells Outside The Central Nervous SystemChapter 24.6 - The Central Nervous System Consists Of The Spinal Cord And BrainChapter 24.7 - The Senses Connect The Nervous System With The Outside WorldChapter 24.8 - The General Senses Detect Touch, Temperature, And PainChapter 24.9 - The Senses Of Smell And Taste Detect ChemicalsChapter 24.10 - Vision Depends On Light-sensitive CellsChapter 24.11 - The Sense Of Hearing Begins In The EarsChapter 25 - The Endocrine SystemChapter 25.1 - The Endocrine System Uses Hormones To CommunicateChapter 25.2 - Hormones Stimulate Responses In Target CellsChapter 25.3 - The Hypothalamus And Pituitary Gland Oversee Endocrine ControlChapter 25.4 - Hormones From Many Glands Regulate MetabolismChapter 25.5 - Hormones Form The Ovaries And Testes Control ReproductionChapter 26 - The Skeletal And Muscular SystemsChapter 26.1 - Skeletons Take Many FormsChapter 26.2 - The Vertebrate Skeleton Features A Central BackboneChapter 26.3 - Bones Provide Support, Protect Internal Organs, And Supply CalciumChapter 26.4 - Muscle Movement Requires Contractile Proteins And AtpChapter 26.5 - Muscle Cells Generate Atp In Multiple WaysChapter 26.6 - Muscle Fiber Types Influence Athletic PerformanceChapter 27 - The Circulatory And Respiratory SystemsChapter 27.1 - Blood Plays A Central Role In Maintaining HomeostasisChapter 27.3 - Blood Circulates Through The Heart And Blood VesselsChapter 27.4 - The Human Heart Is A Muscular PumpChapter 27.5 - Blood Vessels Form The Circulation PathwayChapter 27.6 - The Human Respiratory System Delivers Air To The LungsChapter 27.7 - Breathing Requires Pressure Changes In The LungsChapter 27.8 - Red Blood Cells Carry Most Oxygen And Carbon DioxideChapter 28 - The Digestive And Urinary SystemsChapter 28.1 - Animals Maintain Nutrient, Water, And Ion BalanceChapter 28.2 - Digestive Systems Derive Energy And Raw Materials From FoodChapter 28.3 - A Varied Diet Is Essential To Good HealthChapter 28.4 - Body Weight Reflects Food Intake And Activity LevelChapter 28.5 - Most Animals Have A Specialized Digestive TractChapter 28.6 - The Human Digestive System Consists Of Several OrgansChapter 28.7 - Animals Eliminate Nitrogenous Wastes And Regulate Water And IonsChapter 28.8 - The Urinary System Produces, Stores, And Eliminates UrineChapter 28.9 - Nephrons Remove Wastes And Adjust The Composition Of BloodChapter 29 - The Immune SystemChapter 29.1 - Many Cells, Tissues, And Organs Defend The BodyChapter 29.2 - Innate Defenses Are Nonspecific And Act EarlyChapter 29.3 - Adaptive Immunity Defends Against Specific PathogensChapter 29.4 - Vaccines Jump-start ImmunityChapter 29.5 - Several Disorders Affect The Immune SystemChapter 30 - Animal Reproduction And DevelopmentChapter 30.1 - Animal Development Begins With ReproductionChapter 30.2 - Males Produce Sperm CellsChapter 30.3 - Females Produce Egg CellsChapter 30.4 - Reproductive Health Considers Contraception And DiseaseChapter 30.5 - The Human Infant Begins Life As A Zygote

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