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Instructor’s ManualTable of ContentsforBiology10e by Sylvia Mader1A View of Life PART ITHE CELL2Basic Chemistry 3The Chemistry of Organic Molecules 4Cell Structure and Function 5Membrane Structure and Function 6Metabolism: Energy and Enzymes 7Photosynthesis 8Cellular Respiration PART IIGENETIC BASIS OF LIFE9The Cell Cycle and Cellular Reproduction 10Meiosis and Sexual Reproduction11Mendelian Patterns of Inheritance 12Molecular Biology of the Gene 13Regulation of Gene Activity 14Biotechnology and GenomicsPART IIIEVOLUTION15Darwin and Evolution 16How Populations Evolve 17Speciation and Macroevolution18Origin and History of Life19Systematics and PhylogenyPART IVMICROBIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION20Viruses, Bacteria, and Archaea 21Protist Evolution and Diversity 22Evolution and Diversity of Fungi PART VPLANT EVOLUTION AND BIOLOGY23Plant Evolution and Diversity 24 Flowering Plants: Structure and Organization 25Flowering Plants: Nutrition and Transport 26Flowering Plants: Control of Growth and Responses 27 Flowering Plants: Reproduction 1
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PART VIANIMAL EVOLUTION AND DIVERSITY28Invertebrate Evolution 29Vertebrate Evolution 30Human Evolution PART VIICOMPARATIVE ANIMAL BIOLOGY31Animal Organization and Homeostasis 32Circulation and Cardiovascular Systems33Lymph Transport and Immunity 34Digestive Systems and Nutrition 35Respiratory Systems 36Body Fluid Regulation and Excretory Systems 37Neurons and Nervous Systems 38Sense Organs 39Locomotion and Support Systems 40Hormones and Endocrine Systems41Reproductive Systems42Animal Development PART VIIIBEHAVIOR AND ECOLOGY43Animal Behavior 44Population Ecology 45Community and Ecosystem Ecology 46Major Ecosystems of the Biosphere 47Conservation of Biodiversity 2
The Instructor's ManualThe Instructor's Manualis designed to help you coordinate the various ancillaries and aids that accompany Biology.The manual is aligned with the text. There is a chapter in the manual for each chapter in the text. Each chapter includes the following:The Chapter OutlineThe concepts as presented in the text are outlined under each major heading in each chapter. The outline provides a basis for an organized lecture or discussion class, and the outline format is kept direct and concise to help students who have not developed good outlining skills to learn them. While it is critical that students meaningfully internalizedistinct biology concepts, biology majors must also organize this huge body of information as they pursue advanced work and specialize. Note-taking in an organized manner is an important aspect of understanding the intellectual content of biology. An instructor who presents material in a clear and logically organized manner helps to set the student’s understanding of the chapter concepts. The importance of organizing biology concepts by outline cannot beoverstated.

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