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eBook Biology Today download

by Sandra Alters,Sandra S. Gottfried

eBook Biology Today download ISBN: 0801674646
Author: Sandra Alters,Sandra S. Gottfried
Publisher: William C Brown Pub (January 1, 1993)
Language: English
Pages: 67
ePub: 1351 kb
Fb2: 1893 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Different
Subcategory: Medicine and Health Sciences

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Sandra Alters is formerly a tenured professor of biology and education at the University of Missouri-St. Louis and a professor of biology at Salem State College (MA). After teaching for over 25 years and teaching non-majors introductory biology for 10 years, Sandy left academia to write full time. She has over 20 years experience in science textbook writing in particular and science writing in general. She and her husband Brian are the only P. science educators currently authoring a non-majors college biology textbook.

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This introductory text provides extensive coverage of all aspects of biology, including principles, physiology, genetics, diversity, evolution and ecology. Emphasizing a human focus, the book presents a thorough explanation of ideas and concepts, with a format designed to encourage learning. Information is given on such topics as world population statistics, AIDS, gene therapy, destruction of the rain forest, Alzheimer's disease, the Human Genome Project, the sixth kingdom and the controversy surrounding "Eve". The text focuses on how a biological concept relates to the human body and compares how current biological research is applied to society's problems.