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Campbell Biology Books A LA Carte Edition 11 Edition
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1 Evolution, The Themes Of Biology, And Scientific Inquiry
2 The Chemical Context Of Life
3 Water And Life
4 Carbon And The Molecular Diversity Of Life
5 The Structure And Function Of Large Biological Molecules
6 A Tour Of The Cell
7 Membrane Structure And Function
8 An Introduction To Metabolism
9 Cellular Respiration And Fermentation
11 Cell Communication
12 The Cell Cycle
13 Meiosis And Sexual Life Cycles
14 Mendel And The Gene Idea
15 The Chromosomal Basis Of Inheritance
16 The Molecular Basis Of Inheritance
17 Gene Expression: From Gene To Protein
18 Regulation Of Gene Expression
20 Dna Tools And Biotechnology
21 Genomes And Their Evolution
22 Descent With Modification: A Darwinian View Of Life
23 The Evolution Of Populations
24 The Origin Of Species
25 The History Of Life On Earth
26 Phylogeny And The Tree Of Life
27 Bacteria And Archaea
29 Plant Diversity 1: How Plants Colonized Land
30 Plant Diversity Ii : The Evolution Of Seed Plants
32 An Overview Of Animal Diversity
33 An Introduction To Invertebrates
34 The Origin And Evolution Of Vertebrates
35 Vascular Plant Structure, Growth, And Development
36 Resource Acquisition And Transport In Vascular Plants
37 Soil And Plant Nutrition
38 Angiosperm Reproduction And Biotechnology
39 Plant Responses To Internal And External Signals
40 Basic Principles Of Animal Form And Function
41 Animal Nutrition
42 Circulation And Gas Exchange
43 The Immune System
44 Osmoregulation And Excretion
45 Hormones And The Endocrine System
46 Animal Reproduction
47 Animal Development
48 Neurons, Synapses, And Signaling
49 Nervous Systems
50 Sensory And Motor Mechanisms
51 Animal Behavior
52 An Introduction To Ecology And The Biosphere
53 Population Ecology
54 Community Ecology
55 Ecosystems And Restoration Ecology
56 Conservation Biology And Global Change
1.1 The Study Of Life Reveals Unifying Themes
1.2 The Core Theme: Evolution Accounts For The Unity And Diversity Of Life
1.3 In Studying Nature, Scientists Make Observations And Form And Test Hypotheses
1.4 Science Benefits From A Cooperative Approach And Diverse Viewpoints
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Differences between chemical elements and compounds: An element is the smallest unit of matter. It...
Explanation: Water (H2O) consists of an oxygen atom and two hydrogen atoms. Hydrogen and oxygen...
Miller synthesized many organic compounds in his abiotic experiment by simulating the chemical and...
Carbohydrates, proteins, and nucleic acids are large biopolymers that have different monomer units:...
Microscope is an instrument used to observe minute organisms that are invisible to the naked eyes....
Explanation: The plasma membrane is crucial to life. Some of the features of a plasma membrane are...
According to the second law of thermodynamics, the living system increases the entropy of the...
Explanation: Differences between oxidative phosphorylation and substrate-level phosphorylation: S....
Explanation: Photosynthesis is a process to synthesize carbohydrates. In this process of synthesis,...
The cells present in multicellular organisms communicate usually through the signaling molecules...
Chromosome, chromatin, and chromatid all occur in the nucleus of the cells, but have some basic...
Humans undergo sexual reproduction and inherit one chromosome of each homologous pair of chromosomes...
The cross between the individuals that are true breeding homozygous for one allele gives different...
Explanation: The X and Y chromosomes act as sex chromosomes in most of the organisms. The genes...
A deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) molecule consists of two polynucleotide chains that associate as a...
Explanation: DNA consists of genetic instructions in the form of gene sequences. It directs...
Operon contains coding DNA sequences, regulatory DNA sequences, and the regulatory proteins....
A living being is made up of cells that exhibit characteristics like growth, movement, and...
Explanation: For cloning a eukaryotic gene, the bacterial plasmid vector and the gene segment to be...
The main goal of the Human Genome Project was to sequence the entire nucleotide sequence of each...
Explanation: Darwin proposed that the “process of natural selection” has led to diversity in the...
Higher organisms have a large gene pool that contains non-coded DNA known as introns. As most of the...
Explanation: In the “biological species concept”, the members of a species become reproductively...
Explanation: The role of montmorillonite clay in the origin of life: The montmorillonite clay is...
Chimpanzees and humans are hominoids. They are together classified under the suborder: Anthropoidea....
The cell walls of prokaryotes are peptidoglycan in nature, which protect the cell, maintain its...
The protists and eukaryotes have many similarities, and it is evident in their structural and...
Pictorial representation: Fig.1 shows the phylogenetic tree drawn to represent the relationship...
The integument is the outer layer of the ovule in the female, which is diploid (2n). The megaspore...
The structure of multicellular fungi plays a vital role in increasing the absorption of nutrients....
Animals differ from plants and fungi in following ways: CriteriaAnimalPlantFungiCellular...
The sponges have a relatively simple body plan with all cells of the body in direct contact with...
Explanation: The features of the common ancestors of chordates are the presence of dorsal nerve cord...
There are three essential organs of the vascular plants such as the leaves, stems, and roots. Also,...
As a result of selection pressure for plants with tall shoots, the separation of leaves from roots...
Soil consists of small particles that vary in size. They are formed by weathering of rocks. They are...
The first step of fruit formation starts with pollination followed by fertilization. Ovule is a part...
Signal transduction is the process of conversion of an extracellular signal into an intracellular...
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Essential nutrients are the nutrients that cannot be synthesized by the body but required to carry...
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