Biology: The Dynamic Science 5th Edition

Biology: The Dynamic Science (5th Edition)

Biology: The Dynamic Science (5th Edition)

Book Edition5th Edition
Author(s)Hertz, Russell
ISBN9780357134894
PublisherCengage
SubjectBiology

Course Hero-verified solutions and explanations

  1. Chapter 1Introduction to Biological Concepts and Research

  2. Chapter 2Life, Chemistry, and Water

  3. Chapter 3Biological Molecules: The Carbon Compounds of Life

  4. Chapter 4Cells

  5. Chapter 5Membranes and Transport

  6. Chapter 6Energy, Enzymes and Biological Reactions

  7. Chapter 7Cellular Respiration: Harvesting Chemical Energy

  8. Chapter 8Photosynthesis

  9. Chapter 9Cell Communication

  10. Chapter 10Cell Division and Mitosis

  11. Chapter 11Meiosis: The Cellular Basis of Sexual Reproduction

  12. Chapter 12Mendel, Genes, and Inheritance

  13. Chapter 13Genes, Chromosomes, and Human Genetics

  14. Chapter 14DNA Structure and Replication

  15. Chapter 15Gene Expression: From DNA to Protein

  16. Chapter 16Regulation of Gene Expression

  17. Chapter 17Bacterial and Virus Genetics

  18. Chapter 18DNA Technology: Making and Using Genetically Altered Organisms, and Other Applications

  19. Chapter 19Genomes and Proteomes

  20. Chapter 20Development of Evolutionary Thinking

  21. Chapter 21Microevolution: Genetic Changes within Populations

  22. Chapter 22Speciation

  23. Chapter 23Paleobiology and Macroevolution

  24. Chapter 24Systematics and Phylogenetics: Revealing the Tree of Life

  25. Chapter 25The Origin of Life

  26. Chapter 26Bacteria and Archaea:The Primary Domains

  27. Chapter 27Eukaryotes: Two Domains United

  28. Chapter 28Seedless Plants

  29. Chapter 29Seed Plants

  30. Chapter 30Fungi

  31. Chapter 31Animal Phylogeny, Acoelomates, and Protostomes

  32. Chapter 32Deuterostomes: Vertebrates and Their Closest Relatives

  33. Chapter 33The Plant Body

  34. Chapter 34Transport in Plants

  35. Chapter 35Plant Nutrition

  36. Chapter 36Reproduction and Development In Flowering Plants

  37. Chapter 37Plant Signals and Responses to the Environment

  38. Chapter 38Introduction to Animal Organization and Physiology

  39. Chapter 39Neurons and Synapses

  40. Chapter 40Nervous Systems

  41. Chapter 41Sensory Systems

  42. Chapter 42The Endocrine System

  43. Chapter 43Muscles, Bones, and Body Movements

  44. Chapter 44The Circulatory System

  45. Chapter 45Defenses against Disease

  46. Chapter 46The Respiratory System

  47. Chapter 47Digestive Systems and Animal Nutrition

  48. Chapter 48Regulating the Internal Environment: Osmoregulation, Excretion, and Thermoregulation

  49. Chapter 49Animal Reproduction

  50. Chapter 50Animal Development

  51. Chapter 51Ecology and the Biosphere

  52. Chapter 52Population Ecology

  53. Chapter 53Population Interactions and Community Ecology

  54. Chapter 54Ecosystems and Global Change

  55. Chapter 55Biodiversity and Conservation Biology

  56. Chapter 56Animal Behavior

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  1. Chapter 1Introduction to Biological Concepts and Research

  2. Chapter 2Life, Chemistry, and Water

  3. Chapter 3Biological Molecules: The Carbon Compounds of Life

  4. Chapter 4Cells

  5. Chapter 5Membranes and Transport

  6. Chapter 6Energy, Enzymes and Biological Reactions

  7. Chapter 7Cellular Respiration: Harvesting Chemical Energy

  8. Chapter 8Photosynthesis

  9. Chapter 9Cell Communication

  10. Chapter 10Cell Division and Mitosis

  11. Chapter 11Meiosis: The Cellular Basis of Sexual Reproduction

  12. Chapter 12Mendel, Genes, and Inheritance

  13. Chapter 13Genes, Chromosomes, and Human Genetics

  14. Chapter 14DNA Structure and Replication

  15. Chapter 15Gene Expression: From DNA to Protein

  16. Chapter 16Regulation of Gene Expression

  17. Chapter 17Bacterial and Virus Genetics

  18. Chapter 18DNA Technology: Making and Using Genetically Altered Organisms, and Other Applications

  19. Chapter 19Genomes and Proteomes

  20. Chapter 20Development of Evolutionary Thinking

  21. Chapter 21Microevolution: Genetic Changes within Populations

  22. Chapter 22Speciation

  23. Chapter 23Paleobiology and Macroevolution

  24. Chapter 24Systematics and Phylogenetics: Revealing the Tree of Life

  25. Chapter 25The Origin of Life

  26. Chapter 26Bacteria and Archaea:The Primary Domains

  27. Chapter 27Eukaryotes: Two Domains United

  28. Chapter 28Seedless Plants

  29. Chapter 29Seed Plants

  30. Chapter 30Fungi

  31. Chapter 31Animal Phylogeny, Acoelomates, and Protostomes

  32. Chapter 32Deuterostomes: Vertebrates and Their Closest Relatives

  33. Chapter 33The Plant Body

  34. Chapter 34Transport in Plants

  35. Chapter 35Plant Nutrition

  36. Chapter 36Reproduction and Development In Flowering Plants

  37. Chapter 37Plant Signals and Responses to the Environment

  38. Chapter 38Introduction to Animal Organization and Physiology

  39. Chapter 39Neurons and Synapses

  40. Chapter 40Nervous Systems

  41. Chapter 41Sensory Systems

  42. Chapter 42The Endocrine System

  43. Chapter 43Muscles, Bones, and Body Movements

  44. Chapter 44The Circulatory System

  45. Chapter 45Defenses against Disease

  46. Chapter 46The Respiratory System

  47. Chapter 47Digestive Systems and Animal Nutrition

  48. Chapter 48Regulating the Internal Environment: Osmoregulation, Excretion, and Thermoregulation

  49. Chapter 49Animal Reproduction

  50. Chapter 50Animal Development

  51. Chapter 51Ecology and the Biosphere

  52. Chapter 52Population Ecology

  53. Chapter 53Population Interactions and Community Ecology

  54. Chapter 54Ecosystems and Global Change

  55. Chapter 55Biodiversity and Conservation Biology

  56. Chapter 56Animal Behavior