Biology: How Life Works 3rd Edition

Biology: How Life Works (3rd Edition)

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Biology: How Life Works (3rd Edition)

Book Edition3rd Edition
Author(s)Hartl, Morris
ISBN9781319017637
PublisherMacmillan Publishing, Inc
SubjectBiology

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  1. Chapter 1Life: Chemical, Cellular and Evolutionary Foundations

  2. Chapter 2The Molecules of Life

  3. Chapter 3Nucleic Acids and Transcription

  4. Chapter 4Translation and Protein Structure

  5. Chapter 5Organizing Principles: Lipids, Membranes, and Cell Compartments

  6. Chapter 6Making Life Work: Capturing and Using Energy

  7. Chapter 7Cellular Respiration: Harvesting Energy from Carbohydrates and Other Fuel Molecules

  8. Chapter 8Photosynthesis: Using Sunlight to Build Carbohydrates

  9. Chapter 9Cell Signaling

  10. Chapter 10Cell and Tissue Architecture: Cytoskeleton, Cell Junctions, and Extracellular Matrix

  11. Chapter 11Cell Division: Variations, Regulation, and Cancer

  12. Chapter 12DNA Replication and Manipulation

  13. Chapter 13Genomes

  14. Chapter 14Mutation and Genetic Variation

  15. Chapter 15Mendelian Inheritance

  16. Chapter 16Inheritance of Sex Chromosomes, Linked Genes, and Organelles

  17. Chapter 17The Genetic and Environmental Basis of Complex Traits

  18. Chapter 18Genetic and Epigenetic Regulation

  19. Chapter 19Genes and Development

  20. Chapter 20Evolution: How Genotypes and Phenotypes Change Over Time

  21. Chapter 21Species and Speciation

  22. Chapter 22Evolutionary Patterns: Phylogeny and Fossils

  23. Chapter 23Human Origins and Evolution

  24. Chapter 24Bacteria and Archaea

  25. Chapter 25Eukaryotic Cells: Origins And Diversity

  26. Chapter 26Being Multicellular

  27. Chapter 27Plant Form, Function, and Evolutionary History

  28. Chapter 28Plant Reproduction: Finding Mates and Dispersing Offspring

  29. Chapter 29Plant Growth and Development

  30. Chapter 30Plant Defense

  31. Chapter 31Plant Diversity

  32. Chapter 32Fungi

  33. Chapter 33Animal Form, Function, and Evolutionary History

  34. Chapter 34Animal Nervous Systems

  35. Chapter 35Animal Movement: Muscles and Skeletons

  36. Chapter 36Animal Endocrine Systems

  37. Chapter 37Animal Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems

  38. Chapter 38Animal Metabolism, Nutrition,and Digestion

  39. Chapter 39Animal Renal Systems: Water and Waste

  40. Chapter 40Animal Reproduction and Development

  41. Chapter 41Animal Immune Systems

  42. Chapter 42Animal Diversity

  43. Chapter 43Behavior and Behavioral Ecology

  44. Chapter 44Population Ecology

  45. Chapter 45Species Interactions and Communities

  46. Chapter 46Ecosystem Ecology

  47. Chapter 47Biomes and Global Ecology

  48. Chapter 48The Anthropocene: Humans as a Planetary Force

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  1. Chapter 1Life: Chemical, Cellular and Evolutionary Foundations

  2. Chapter 2The Molecules of Life

  3. Chapter 3Nucleic Acids and Transcription

  4. Chapter 4Translation and Protein Structure

  5. Chapter 5Organizing Principles: Lipids, Membranes, and Cell Compartments

  6. Chapter 6Making Life Work: Capturing and Using Energy

  7. Chapter 7Cellular Respiration: Harvesting Energy from Carbohydrates and Other Fuel Molecules

  8. Chapter 8Photosynthesis: Using Sunlight to Build Carbohydrates

  9. Chapter 9Cell Signaling

  10. Chapter 10Cell and Tissue Architecture: Cytoskeleton, Cell Junctions, and Extracellular Matrix

  11. Chapter 11Cell Division: Variations, Regulation, and Cancer

  12. Chapter 12DNA Replication and Manipulation

  13. Chapter 13Genomes

  14. Chapter 14Mutation and Genetic Variation

  15. Chapter 15Mendelian Inheritance

  16. Chapter 16Inheritance of Sex Chromosomes, Linked Genes, and Organelles

  17. Chapter 17The Genetic and Environmental Basis of Complex Traits

  18. Chapter 18Genetic and Epigenetic Regulation

  19. Chapter 19Genes and Development

  20. Chapter 20Evolution: How Genotypes and Phenotypes Change Over Time

  21. Chapter 21Species and Speciation

  22. Chapter 22Evolutionary Patterns: Phylogeny and Fossils

  23. Chapter 23Human Origins and Evolution

  24. Chapter 24Bacteria and Archaea

  25. Chapter 25Eukaryotic Cells: Origins And Diversity

  26. Chapter 26Being Multicellular

  27. Chapter 27Plant Form, Function, and Evolutionary History

  28. Chapter 28Plant Reproduction: Finding Mates and Dispersing Offspring

  29. Chapter 29Plant Growth and Development

  30. Chapter 30Plant Defense

  31. Chapter 31Plant Diversity

  32. Chapter 32Fungi

  33. Chapter 33Animal Form, Function, and Evolutionary History

  34. Chapter 34Animal Nervous Systems

  35. Chapter 35Animal Movement: Muscles and Skeletons

  36. Chapter 36Animal Endocrine Systems

  37. Chapter 37Animal Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems

  38. Chapter 38Animal Metabolism, Nutrition,and Digestion

  39. Chapter 39Animal Renal Systems: Water and Waste

  40. Chapter 40Animal Reproduction and Development

  41. Chapter 41Animal Immune Systems

  42. Chapter 42Animal Diversity

  43. Chapter 43Behavior and Behavioral Ecology

  44. Chapter 44Population Ecology

  45. Chapter 45Species Interactions and Communities

  46. Chapter 46Ecosystem Ecology

  47. Chapter 47Biomes and Global Ecology

  48. Chapter 48The Anthropocene: Humans as a Planetary Force