Inquiry Into Life (16th Edition) - 16th Edition - by Sylvia S. Mader, Michael Windelspecht - ISBN 9781260231700
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Inquiry Into Life (16th Edition)
16th Edition
Sylvia S. Mader, Michael Windelspecht
Publisher: McGraw Hill Education
ISBN: 9781260231700

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Chapter 2.5 - CarbohydratesChapter 2.6 - LipidsChapter 2.7 - ProteinsChapter 2.8 - Nucleic AcidsChapter 3 - Cell Structure And FunctionChapter 3.1 - The Cellular Level Of OrganizationChapter 3.2 - Prokaryotic CellsChapter 3.3 - Eukaryotic CellsChapter 3.4 - The CytoskeletonChapter 3.5 - Origin And Evolution Of The Eukaryotic CellChapter 4 - Membrane Structure And FunctionChapter 4.1 - Plasma Membrane Structure And FunctionChapter 4.2 - The Permeability Of The Plasma MembraneChapter 4.3 - Modifications Of Cell SurfacesChapter 5 - Cell DevisionChapter 5.1 - The Cell CycleChapter 5.2 - Control Of The Cell CycleChapter 5.3 - Mitosis: Maintaining The Chromosome NumberChapter 5.4 - Meiosis: Reducing The Chromosome NumberChapter 5.5 - Comparision Of Meiosis With MitosisChapter 5.6 - The Human Life CycleChapter 6 - Metabolism: Energy And EnzymesChapter 6.1 - Life And The Flow Of EnergyChapter 6.2 - Energy Transformations And MetabolismChapter 6.3 - Enzymes And Metabolic PathwaysChapter 6.4 - Oxidation-reduction Reactions And MetabolismChapter 7 - Cellular RespirationChapter 7.1 - Overview Of Cellular RespirationChapter 7.2 - Outside The Mitochondria: GlycolysisChapter 7.3 - Outside The Mitochondria: FermentationChapter 7.4 - Inside The MitochondriaChapter 8 - PhotosynthesisChapter 8.1 - Overview Of PhotosynthesisChapter 8.2 - Plants As Solar Energy ConvertersChapter 8.3 - Plants As Carbon Dioxide FixersChapter 8.4 - Alternative Pathways For PhotosynthesisChapter 8.5 - Photosynthesis Versus Cellular RespirationChapter 9 - Plant Organization And FunctionChapter 9.1 - Cells And Tissues Of PlantsChapter 9.2 - Plants Organs And SystemChapter 9.3 - Monocot Versus Eudicot PlantsChapter 9.4 - Organization Of RootsChapter 9.5 - Organization Of StemsChapter 9.6 - Organization Of LeavesChapter 9.7 - Uptake And Transport Of NutrientsChapter 10 - Plant Reproduction, Growth, And ResponsesChapter 10.1 - Sexual Reproduction In Flowering PlantsChapter 10.2 - Growth And DevelopmentChapter 10.3 - Asexual Reproduction And Genetic Engineering In PlantsChapter 10.4 - Control Of Growth And ResponsesChapter 11 - Human OrganizationChapter 11.1 - Types Of TissuesChapter 11.2 - Body Cavities And Body MembranesChapter 11.3 - Organ SystemChapter 11.4 - Integumentary SystemChapter 11.5 - HomeostasisChapter 12 - Cardiovascular SystemChapter 12.1 - The Blood VesselsChapter 12.2 - BloodChapter 12.3 - The Human HeartChapter 12.4 - Two Cardiovascular PathwaysChapter 12.5 - Cardiovascular DisorderChapter 13 - Lymphatic And Immune SystemChapter 13.1 - The Lymphatic SystemChapter 13.2 - Innate ImmunityChapter 13.3 - Adaptive ImmunityChapter 13.4 - Active Versus Passive ImmunityChapter 13.5 - Adverse Effects Of Immune ResponsesChapter 13.6 - Disorders Of The Immune SystemChapter 14 - Digestive System And NutritionChapter 14.1 - The Digestive TractChapter 14.2 - Accessory Organ Of DigestionChapter 14.3 - Digestive EnzymesChapter 14.4 - Human NutritionChapter 14.5 - Eating DisordersChapter 14.6 - Disorders Of The Digestive SystemChapter 15 - Respiratory SystemChapter 15.1 - The Respiratory SystemChapter 15.2 - Mechanism Of BreathingChapter 15.3 - Gas Exchanges In The BodyChapter 15.4 - Disorders Of The Respiratory SystemChapter 16 - Urinary System And ExcretionChapter 16.1 - The Urinary SystemChapter 16.2 - Anatomy Of The Kidney And ExcretionChapter 16.3 - Regulatory Functions Of The KidneysChapter 16.4 - Disorders Of The Urinary SystemChapter 17 - Nervous SystemChapter 17.1 - Nervous SystemChapter 17.2 - Transmission Of Nerve ImpulsesChapter 17.3 - The Central Nervous SystemChapter 17.4 - The Limbic System And Higher Mental FunctionsChapter 17.5 - The Peripheral Nervous SystemChapter 17.6 - Drug AbuseChapter 17.7 - Disorders Of The Nervous SystemChapter 18 - SensesChapter 18.1 - Sensory Receptors And SensationsChapter 18.2 - Somatic SensesChapter 18.3 - Senses Of Taste And SmellChapter 18.4 - Sense Of VisionChapter 18.5 - Sense Of HearingChapter 18.6 - Sense Of EquilibriumChapter 18.7 - Disorders That Affect The SensesChapter 19 - Musculoskeletal SystemChapter 19.1 - Overview Of Bone And CartilageChapter 19.2 - Bones Of The SkeletonChapter 19.3 - Skeletal MusclesChapter 19.4 - Mechanism Of Muscle Fiber ContractionChapter 19.5 - Whole Muscle ContractionChapter 19.6 - Disorders Of The Musculoskeletal SystemChapter 20 - Endocrine SystemChapter 20.1 - Overview Of The Endocrine SystemChapter 20.2 - Hypothalamus And Pituitary GlandChapter 20.3 - Thyroid And Parathyroid GlandsChapter 20.4 - Adrenal GlandsChapter 20.5 - PancreasChapter 20.6 - Other Endocrine GlandsChapter 20.7 - Disorders Of The Endocrine SystemChapter 21 - Reproductive SystemChapter 21.1 - Male Reproductive SystemChapter 21.2 - Female Reproductive SystemChapter 21.3 - Ovarian And Uterine CyclesChapter 21.4 - Control Of ReproductionChapter 21.5 - Sexually Transmitted DiseasesChapter 21.6 - Reproductive Disorders And Assisted Reproductive TechnologiesChapter 22 - Development And AgingChapter 22.1 - Fertilization And Early Stages Of DevelopmentChapter 22.2 - Processes Of DevelopmentChapter 22.3 - Human Embryonic And Fetal DevelopmentChapter 22.4 - Human Pregnancy, Birth, And LactationChapter 22.5 - AgingChapter 23 - Patterns Of Gene InheritanceChapter 23.1 - Mendel's LawsChapter 23.2 - Pedigree Analysis And Genetic DisordersChapter 23.3 - Beyond Simple Inheritance PatternsChapter 23.4 - Environmental InfluencesChapter 24 - Chromosomal Basis Of InheritanceChapter 24.1 - Gene LinkageChapter 24.2 - X-linked InheritanceChapter 24.3 - Changes In Chromosome NumberChapter 24.4 - Changes In Chromosome StructureChapter 25 - Dna Structure And Gene ExpressionChapter 25.1 - Dna StructureChapter 25.2 - Dna ReplicationChapter 25.3 - Gene ExpressionChapter 25.4 - Control Of Gene ExpressionChapter 25.5 - Gene Mutations And CancerChapter 26 - Biotechnology And GenomicsChapter 26.1 - Dna TechnologyChapter 26.2 - Biotechnology ProductsChapter 26.3 - Gene TherapyChapter 26.4 - Genomics, Proteomics, And BioinformaticsChapter 27 - Evolution Of LifeChapter 27.1 - Theory Of EvolutionChapter 27.2 - Evidence Of EvolutionChapter 27.3 - MicroevolutionChapter 27.4 - Processes Of EvolutionChapter 27.5 - Macroevolution And SpeciationChapter 27.6 - SystematicsChapter 28 - MicrobiologyChapter 28.1 - The Microbial WorldChapter 28.2 - Origin Of Microbial LifeChapter 28.3 - ArchaeaChapter 28.4 - BacteriaChapter 28.5 - Viruses, Viroids, And PrionsChapter 29 - Protists And FungiChapter 29.1 - ProtistsChapter 29.2 - FungiChapter 30 - PlantsChapter 30.1 - Evolutionary History Of PlantsChapter 30.2 - Nonvascular PlantsChapter 30.3 - Seedless Vascular PlantsChapter 30.4 - Seed PlantsChapter 31 - Animals: The InvertebratesChapter 31.1 - Evolutionary Trends Among AnimalsChapter 31.2 - The Simplest InvertebratesChapter 31.3 - The SpiraliaChapter 31.4 - The EcdysozoaChapter 31.5 - Invertebrate DeutrostomesChapter 32 - Animals: Chordates And VertebratesChapter 32.1 - ChordatesChapter 32.2 - Vertebrates: Fish And AmphibiansChapter 32.3 - Vertebrates: Reptiles And MammalsChapter 32.4 - Evolution Of The HomininsChapter 32.5 - Evolution Of Moderm HumansChapter 33 - Behavioral EcologyChapter 33.1 - Nature Versus Nurture: Genetic InfluencesChapter 33.2 - Nature Versus Nurture: Environmental InfluencesChapter 33.3 - Animal CommunicationChapter 33.4 - Behaviors That Affect FitnessChapter 34 - Population And Community EcologyChapter 34.1 - The Scope Of EcologyChapter 34.2 - Patterns Of Population GrowthChapter 34.3 - Inheractions Between PopulationsChapter 34.4 - Ecological SuccessionChapter 35 - Nature Of EcosystemsChapter 35.1 - The Biotic Components Of EcosystemsChapter 35.2 - Energy FlowChapter 35.3 - Global Biogechemical CyclesChapter 36 - Major Ecosystems Of The BioshpereChapter 36.1 - Climate And The BiosphereChapter 36.2 - Terrestrial EcosystemsChapter 36.3 - Aquatic EcosystemsChapter 37 - Conservation BiologyChapter 37.1 - Conservation Biology And BiodeversityChapter 37.2 - Value Of BiodiversityChapter 37.3 - Threats To BiodiversityChapter 37.4 - Habitat Conservation And RestorationChapter 37.5 - Working Toward A Sustainable Society

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