Biology in the Laboratory: With BioBytes 3.1 CD-ROM

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Macmillan, Dec 15, 1997 - Science - 500 pages
Biology in the Laboratory, Third Edition, designed to accompany introductory level biology courses, helps students learn to form hypotheses and apply the scientific method. Questions in the manual promote critical thinking and help students make accurate observations, organize and interpret their data, and reach sound conclusions.

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Contents

A Process
1-1
The Microscope
1-31
Measuring Techniques
2-9
pH and Buffers
3-3
Using the Spectrophotometer
4-3
Organic Molecules
5-5
Prokaryotic Cells
6-1
Prokaryotic Cells
6-3
DiversityMollusks Arthropods and Echinoderms
26-3
B Phylum Arthropoda 268
26-8
Using the Spectrophotometer
4
Minor Groups 2618
8
DiversityPhylum Chordata
27-1
SeaLancelets 277
27-10
Plant AnatomyRoots Stems and Leaves
28-3
The Pine Leaf Optional 2816
6

Working with Bacteria
6-9
Eukaryotic Cells
7-1
Eukaryotic Cells
7-7
Osmosis and Diffusion
8-1
Osmosis and Diffusion
8-3
S A Brownian Movement
8-8
Mitosis
9-9
Enzymes
10-1
Enzymes
10-11
B The Essentials of Cheesemaking 1015
10-15
B The Krebs Cycle Reactions in Bean Seeds 117
1-7
Energetics Fermentation and Respiration
1-11
Respiration in Plant Embryos 1114
1-14
B The Pigments of Chloroplasts 128
12-8
Photosynthesis
12-12
Independent Assortment and Segregation
13-3
A Simulation of Chromosomal Events During Meiosis 132
3-13
Chromosome Mapping
14-3
Chromosome Mapping
14-13
Human Genetic Traits
15-1
B Using Indicators to Measure pH
15-3
Human Genetic Traits
15-15
DNA Isolation
16-1
DNA Isolation
16-5
Replication Transcription and Translation
17-5
Recombinant
18-1
Recombinant
18-3
Genetic Control of Development and Immune Defenses
19-1
Formation of the Blastula 199
19-9
Genetic Control of Development and Immune Defenses
19-19
The Genetic Basis of Evolution
20-3
Genetic Basis of Evolution IIDiversity
21-3
DiversityKingdoms Eubacteria Archaebacteria and Protista
22-2
DiversityKingdoms Eubacteria Archaebacteria and Protista
22-3
NitrogenFixing Bacteria 227
22-8
S E Diversity and Structure of Cyanobacteria 229
22-15
Recognizing Protists Among the Plankton 2222
22-22
DiversityFungi and the Nontracheophytes
23-3
B Phylum Ascomycota 235
23-5
E The Deuteromycetes 2312
12
H NontracheophytesMosses Liverworts and Horn worts 2315
23
DiversityThe Tracheophytes Vascular Land Plants
24-3
B Gymnosperms 248
24-8
DiversityPorifera Cnidaria and Wormlike Invertebrates
25-1
DiversityPorifera Cnidaria and Wormlike Invertebrates
25-3
Platyhelminthes Rhynchocoela Nematoda Annelida 2511
1
DiversityMollusks Arthropods and Echinoderms
26-1
Angiosperm DevelopmentFruits Seeds Meristems and Secondary Growth
29-3
HI Water Movement and Mineral Nutrition in Plants
11
Water Movement and Mineral Nutrition in Plants
13
Plant Responses to Stimuli
29
H Plant Responses to Stimuli
31
Skin Bones and Muscles
37
Animal Tissues
32-3
B Determining the Maximum Absorption Wavelength
32-4
H Introduction to the Study of Anatomy and the External Anatomy and Integument
33-1
Introduction to the Study of Anatomy and the External Anatomy and Integument
33-11
Behavioral Systems
34-1
Behavioral Systems 35 The Anatomy of Representative Vertebrates Digestive and Respiratory Systems 36 The Anatomy of Representative Vertebrates
35-1
Circulatory and Urogenital Systems
36-1
G Formation of Extraembryonic Membranes in the Chick 1915
36-19
Skin Bones and Muscles
37-7
Bones and Joints 3712
37-12
E The Biochemistry of Muscle Contraction 3719
37-19
The Genetic Basis of Evolution
37-20
Physiology of Circulation
38-1
Physiology of Circulation
38-3
The Structure of Arteries and Veins 388
38-8
G Factors Influencing Heart Rate in the Water Flea Daphnia 3814
4
Gas Exchange and Respiratory Systems
39-1
Gas Exchange and Respiratory Systems
39-5
B Respiratory Pigments 398
39-9
The Digestive Excretory and Reproductive Systems
40-1
The Digestive Excretory and Reproductive Systems
40-7
The Mammalian Kidney 4012
3
ControlThe Nervous System
41-1
ControlThe Nervous System
41-3
VisionStructure of the Eye 417
41-7
The Role of Proprioceptors in Determining Position 4113
41-13
Behavior
41-19
Behavior
42-3
S A Reactions of Isopods to Light and Humidity 422
42-5
Learning in the Mealworm 4212
42-12
Communities and Ecosystems
43-3
PredatorPrey Relations
44-1
PredatorPrey Relations
44-3
Organic Molecules
44-5
Competition 446
44-9
Productivity in an Aquatic Ecosystem
45-3
B Measuring Production in an Aquatic Ecosystem 456
45-6
Productivity of Phytoplankton in a Water Column 4513
3
Genetic Basis of Evolution IIDiversity
A-21
Illustration Credits
A-33
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