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Key Benefit: David Kroghâ€™s fluent writing style guidesÂ readers through the natural world of biology using relevant examples, clearly-developed illustrations, and interesting analogies that resonate with readers.
Key Topics: Science as a Way of Learning: A Guide to the Natural World, Fundamental Building Blocks: Chemistry, Water, and pH, Lifeâ€™s Components: Biological Molecules, Lifeâ€™s Home: The Cell, Lifeâ€™s Border: The Plasma Membrane, Lifeâ€™s Mainspring: An Introduction to Energy, Vital Harvest: Deriving Energy from Food, The Green Worldâ€™s Gift: Photosynthesis, Genetics and Cell Division, Preparing for Sexual Reproduction: Meiosis, The First Geneticist: Mendel and His Discoveries, Units of Heredity: Chromosomes and Inheritance, Passing On Lifeâ€™s Information: DNA Structure and Replication, How Proteins Are Made: Genetic Transcription, Translation, and Regulation, The Future Isnâ€™t What It Used to Be: Biotechnology, An Introduction to Evolution Charles Darwin, Evolutionary Thought, and the Evidence for Evolution, The Means of Evolution: Microevolution, The Outcomes of Evolution: Macroevolution, A Slow Unfolding: The History of Life on Earth, Arriving Late, Traveling Far: The Evolution of Human Beings, Viruses, Bacteria, Archaea, and Protists: The Diversity of Life 1, Fungi and Plants: The Diversity of Life 2, Animals: The Diversity of Life 3, The Angiosperms: An Introduction to Flowering Plants, The Angiosperms: Form and Function in Flowering Plants, Communication and Control: The Nervous and Endocrine Systems, Defending the Body: The Immune System, Transport and Exchange 1: Blood and Breath, Transport and Exchange 2: Digestion, Nutrition, and Elimination, An Amazingly Detailed Script: Animal Development, How the Baby Came to Be: Human Reproduction, An Interactive Living World 1: Populations in Ecology,
An Interactive Living World 2: Communities in Ecology, An Interactive Living World 3: Ecosystems and Biomes, Animals and Their Actions: Animal Behavior
Market: Intended for those interested in learning the basics of biology
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"very BAD quality" 2010-02-15
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This book was in HORRIBLE condition when i got it. It looked like someone dropped in water and left it there for a few days. It looks like mold spots are stained inside the book. I was not happy with this purchase.
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The book was received in exactly the condition as was described. Shipping was fast. I would readily do business with this seller in the future. Thank you.
"Quick delivery, great new condition!" 2009-09-28
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The book was in great condition and got here fairly quickly!! I might add this was the only one of my text book that I ended up receiving from this website so that's why I am thanking you!!!
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Take the frustration out of learning the science of life!
Biology is the most fundamental science?yet itâ€™s one of the most complex. Now, Biology Made Simple is here to help science and non-science majors alike understand the science of life. Covering all the major themes of biologyâ€”including the cellular basis of life, the interaction of organisms, and the evolutionary process of all beings, Biology Made Simple combines concise explanations with the in-depth coverage needed to understand every aspect of this subject. Topics covered include:
unifying themes of biology
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the systems of the body
Featuring more than sixty illustrations and at-a-glance chapter reviews, Biology Made Simple will help you master this fascinating science.
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"Great Book" 2010-03-06
By M. Dana (Commerce Twp., MI USA)
My wife went back to college and had to take Biology, this book was invaluable in helping jumpstart her to get an A+ in the class!
"a little too simple" 2009-11-18
By Justin S. Jamali (michigan)
so i started going on a binge of buying a lot of these types of books because i was so pleased with organic chemistry for dummies. which if you are taking organic chemistry i really recommend as a must have book. i always make sure to check the reviews first to make sure they are good, but i am always displeased. i end up wasting time i could be spending with my required textbooks from school, or resources and practice problems the instructor provided. if you are in a college level course they are often a bit too simple. such as this book. it skims over and maybe lightens up some details you might find useful, but a hardcore biology course goes into the real nooks and crannies of biology which you just cannot get from a 200 page summary book. i dont know what everyone's classes are like, but i know that your ultimate goal in a class is to be able to answer test questions and bring home those A's, and i dont believe this book provides resources to answer any of the tough questions presented in a serious college level course. also a lot of professors base their tests around the book they require. just read your required book and if it doesnt make sense read it again, and if it doesnt make sense, read it again, and if it doesnt make sense, read it again. that is my rant.
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By B. V. Tijerina (San Antonio, TX)
This book was so helpful & easy to understand. I also took Biology in the summer and it helped me get an "A". When I used it with my undergrad book; it was like reading a summary or each chapter. I highly recommend it.
"Biology made A+" 2006-08-25
By SD (New York, NY USA)
I just took Biology for the first time in College but during the summer session. Without this book I don't know what I would've done. A whole semester was cut down to a month so absorbing material was a matter of life or fail. This book help me understand what seemed to be the hardest concept. I totally recommend it.
"Good reference for biology" 2004-09-18
By J. B. (Philadelphia, PA)
I found this book to help a lot when studying the structure of DNA, Genetics and five kingdoms. I was assigned Campell's Biology for my undergrad biology 1 and 2 classes. Although this textbook had every topic imaginable about college biology, I found Biology Made Simple easier to comprehend. I also used
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These last three study guides were so good for preparing me for the type of questions to look out for on my bio midterms and finals. They helped me get excellent grades.
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