Biology 13th Edition

Biology (13th Edition)

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Biology (13th Edition)

Book Edition13th Edition
Author(s)Mader
ISBN9781259824906
Alternate ISBN(s)9780078024269
PublisherMcGraw-Hill, Inc.
SubjectBiology

Textbook Summary

It’s easy to feel like the information printed in textbooks is permanent and definitive, but in fact, they’re constantly being researched and updated as we learn more. Biology 13th Edition’s answer to this is to uphold Dr. Sylvia Mader’s original mission of helping students learn biological concepts as our understanding of the field evolves. The content in the text is centered around 3 main themes: Evolution, the Nature of Science, and Biological Systems, which helps ground your learnings and keep you focused as you go through the material. Much like the text’s namesake, the method of teaching biology is evolving just as much. This edition of the text introduces digital resources to supplement the text, including a new video series called BioNow Sessions and data from the LearnSmart learning platforms. Going from cells and genetics to animal biology and the greater ecology, you’ll learn the basics of biology, step by step.

Course Hero-verified solutions and explanations

  1. Chapter 1The View of Life

  2. Chapter 2Basic Chemistry

  3. Chapter 3The Chemistry of Organic Molecules

  4. Chapter 4Cell Structure and Function

  5. Chapter 5Membrane Strucuture Function

  6. Chapter 6Metabolism: Energy and Enzymes

  7. Chapter 7Photosynthesis

  8. Chapter 8Cellular Respiration

  9. Chapter 9The Cell Cycle and Cellular Reproduction

  10. Chapter 10Meiosis and Sexual Reproduction

  11. Chapter 11Mendelian Patterns of Inheritance

  12. Chapter 12Molecular Biology of the Gene

  13. Chapter 13Regulation of Gene Expression

  14. Chapter 14Biotechnology and Genomics

  15. Chapter 15Darwin and Evolution

  16. Chapter 16How Populations Evolve

  17. Chapter 17Speciation and Macroevolution

  18. Chapter 18Origin and History of Life

  19. Chapter 19Taxonomy, Systematics, and Phylogeny

  20. Chapter 20Viruses, Bacteria, and Archaea

  21. Chapter 21Protist Evolution and Diversity

  22. Chapter 22Fungi Evolution and Diversity

  23. Chapter 23Plant Evolution and Diversity

  24. Chapter 24Flowering Plants: Structure and Organization

  25. Chapter 25Flowering Plants: Nutrition and Transport

  26. Chapter 26Flowering Plants: Control of Growth Responses

  27. Chapter 27Flowering Plants: Reproduction

  28. Chapter 28Invertebrate Evolution

  29. Chapter 29Vertibrate Evolution

  30. Chapter 30Human Evolution

  31. Chapter 31Animal Organization and Homeostasis

  32. Chapter 32Circulation and Cardiovascular Systems

  33. Chapter 33The Lymphatic and Immune Systems

  34. Chapter 34Digestive Systems and Nutrition

  35. Chapter 35Respiratory Systems

  36. Chapter 36Body Fluid Regulation and Excretory Systems

  37. Chapter 37Neurons and Nervous Systems

  38. Chapter 38Sense Organs

  39. Chapter 39Locomotion and Support Systems

  40. Chapter 40Hormones and Endocrine Systems

  41. Chapter 41Reproductive Systems

  42. Chapter 42Animal Development and Aging

  43. Chapter 43Behavioral Ecology

  44. Chapter 44Population Ecology

  45. Chapter 45Community and Ecosystem Ecology

  46. Chapter 46Major Ecosystems of the Biosphere

  47. Chapter 47Conservation of Biodiversity

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  1. Chapter 1The View of Life

  2. Chapter 2Basic Chemistry

  3. Chapter 3The Chemistry of Organic Molecules

  4. Chapter 4Cell Structure and Function

  5. Chapter 5Membrane Strucuture Function

  6. Chapter 6Metabolism: Energy and Enzymes

  7. Chapter 7Photosynthesis

  8. Chapter 8Cellular Respiration

  9. Chapter 9The Cell Cycle and Cellular Reproduction

  10. Chapter 10Meiosis and Sexual Reproduction

  11. Chapter 11Mendelian Patterns of Inheritance

  12. Chapter 12Molecular Biology of the Gene

  13. Chapter 13Regulation of Gene Expression

  14. Chapter 14Biotechnology and Genomics

  15. Chapter 15Darwin and Evolution

  16. Chapter 16How Populations Evolve

  17. Chapter 17Speciation and Macroevolution

  18. Chapter 18Origin and History of Life

  19. Chapter 19Taxonomy, Systematics, and Phylogeny

  20. Chapter 20Viruses, Bacteria, and Archaea

  21. Chapter 21Protist Evolution and Diversity

  22. Chapter 22Fungi Evolution and Diversity

  23. Chapter 23Plant Evolution and Diversity

  24. Chapter 24Flowering Plants: Structure and Organization

  25. Chapter 25Flowering Plants: Nutrition and Transport

  26. Chapter 26Flowering Plants: Control of Growth Responses

  27. Chapter 27Flowering Plants: Reproduction

  28. Chapter 28Invertebrate Evolution

  29. Chapter 29Vertibrate Evolution

  30. Chapter 30Human Evolution

  31. Chapter 31Animal Organization and Homeostasis

  32. Chapter 32Circulation and Cardiovascular Systems

  33. Chapter 33The Lymphatic and Immune Systems

  34. Chapter 34Digestive Systems and Nutrition

  35. Chapter 35Respiratory Systems

  36. Chapter 36Body Fluid Regulation and Excretory Systems

  37. Chapter 37Neurons and Nervous Systems

  38. Chapter 38Sense Organs

  39. Chapter 39Locomotion and Support Systems

  40. Chapter 40Hormones and Endocrine Systems

  41. Chapter 41Reproductive Systems

  42. Chapter 42Animal Development and Aging

  43. Chapter 43Behavioral Ecology

  44. Chapter 44Population Ecology

  45. Chapter 45Community and Ecosystem Ecology

  46. Chapter 46Major Ecosystems of the Biosphere

  47. Chapter 47Conservation of Biodiversity