Exploring the way life works : the science of biology

[Mahlon Hoagland, Bert Dodson, Judith Hauck]

The Way Life Works is the perfect answer for any instructor seeking a more concise, meaningful, and flexible alternative to the standard introductory biology text. Organized around one central idea - the amazing unity that underlies biological diversity - this book presents biology's basic concepts and applications through a brilliant interweaving of incisive explanations, imaginative analogies, and stunning visual graphics. The process of science is strongly emphasized, and specific historical and current research is presented to elucidate the achievements of scientific exploration and the roles of curiosity and observation in initiating the scientific process. Easily adaptable to multiple teaching styles, this irresistably readable, innovative, and engaging new textbook is guaranteed to inspire both teachers and students alike.

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書名 Exploring the way life works : the science of biology
著作者等 Hoagland, Mahlon Bush
Hauck Judith
Hauck Judy
Hoagland Mahlon B.
Dodson Bert
出版元 Jones and Bartlett Publishers
刊行年月 c2001
ページ数 viii, 376 p.
大きさ 28 cm
ISBN 076371688X
NCID BA5627112X
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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