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Biology

by Stephen Nowicki

"The 21st century will be the century of biological science, just as the 20th century was the century of physical science," predicts Professor Stephen Nowicki, an award-winning teacher at Duke University. Dr. Nowicki has adapted his acclaimed introductory biology course for The Teaching Company to bring you up to date on one of the most important fields of knowledge of our time and help you appreciate the marvelous diversity and complexity of life. You will obtain the background and guidance to explore in depth the fundamental principles of how living things work-principles such as evolution by natural selection, the cellular structure of organisms, the DNA theory of inheritance, and much more. This challenging course is organized around three major themes: "Information and Evolution," "Development and Homeostasis," and "Energy and Resources." You will explore living systems at all levels, from biological molecules to global ecosystems. You will gain insight into pressing issues facing society, including genetic modification and cloning, stem-cell research, AIDS, the depletion of the rainforests, and global warming. You will discover mechanisms behind such intriguing phenomena as why children resemble their parents, why plants bend toward light, how memories are stored, why some birds have very long tails, and how life itself began on Earth. Above all, you will learn how to think about biology, so that in your day-to-day life you will understand the significance and complexities of news stories, medical issues, and public debates, not to mention what is going on in your own garden and in nature all around you.

Biology

by Stephen Nowicki

"The 21st century will be the century of biological science, just as the 20th century was the century of physical science," predicts Professor Stephen Nowicki, an award-winning teacher at Duke University. Dr. Nowicki has adapted his acclaimed introductory biology course for The Teaching Company to bring you up to date on one of the most important fields of knowledge of our time and help you appreciate the marvelous diversity and complexity of life. You will obtain the background and guidance to explore in depth the fundamental principles of how living things work-principles such as evolution by natural selection, the cellular structure of organisms, the DNA theory of inheritance, and much more. This challenging course is organized around three major themes: "Information and Evolution," "Development and Homeostasis," and "Energy and Resources." You will explore living systems at all levels, from biological molecules to global ecosystems. You will gain insight into pressing issues facing society, including genetic modification and cloning, stem-cell research, AIDS, the depletion of the rainforests, and global warming. You will discover mechanisms behind such intriguing phenomena as why children resemble their parents, why plants bend toward light, how memories are stored, why some birds have very long tails, and how life itself began on Earth. Above all, you will learn how to think about biology, so that in your day-to-day life you will understand the significance and complexities of news stories, medical issues, and public debates, not to mention what is going on in your own garden and in nature all around you.

Biology

by Stephen Nowicki

"The 21st century will be the century of biological science, just as the 20th century was the century of physical science," predicts Professor Stephen Nowicki, an award-winning teacher at Duke University. Dr. Nowicki has adapted his acclaimed introductory biology course for The Teaching Company to bring you up to date on one of the most important fields of knowledge of our time and help you appreciate the marvelous diversity and complexity of life. You will obtain the background and guidance to explore in depth the fundamental principles of how living things work-principles such as evolution by natural selection, the cellular structure of organisms, the DNA theory of inheritance, and much more. This challenging course is organized around three major themes: "Information and Evolution," "Development and Homeostasis," and "Energy and Resources." You will explore living systems at all levels, from biological molecules to global ecosystems. You will gain insight into pressing issues facing society, including genetic modification and cloning, stem-cell research, AIDS, the depletion of the rainforests, and global warming. You will discover mechanisms behind such intriguing phenomena as why children resemble their parents, why plants bend toward light, how memories are stored, why some birds have very long tails, and how life itself began on Earth. Above all, you will learn how to think about biology, so that in your day-to-day life you will understand the significance and complexities of news stories, medical issues, and public debates, not to mention what is going on in your own garden and in nature all around you.

Biology

by Stephen Nowicki

"The 21st century will be the century of biological science, just as the 20th century was the century of physical science," predicts Professor Stephen Nowicki, an award-winning teacher at Duke University. Dr. Nowicki has adapted his acclaimed introductory biology course for The Teaching Company to bring you up to date on one of the most important fields of knowledge of our time and help you appreciate the marvelous diversity and complexity of life. You will obtain the background and guidance to explore in depth the fundamental principles of how living things work-principles such as evolution by natural selection, the cellular structure of organisms, the DNA theory of inheritance, and much more. This challenging course is organized around three major themes: "Information and Evolution," "Development and Homeostasis," and "Energy and Resources." You will explore living systems at all levels, from biological molecules to global ecosystems. You will gain insight into pressing issues facing society, including genetic modification and cloning, stem-cell research, AIDS, the depletion of the rainforests, and global warming. You will discover mechanisms behind such intriguing phenomena as why children resemble their parents, why plants bend toward light, how memories are stored, why some birds have very long tails, and how life itself began on Earth. Above all, you will learn how to think about biology, so that in your day-to-day life you will understand the significance and complexities of news stories, medical issues, and public debates, not to mention what is going on in your own garden and in nature all around you.

Biology (California Edition)

by Stephen Nowicki

Biology textbook.

Biology [Grade 9-12]

by Stephen Nowicki

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Biology (Ohio edition)

by Stephen Nowicki

The book gives you a general understanding of what modern biology is all about. You will explore scientific thinking, methods, equipment, and experimentation. It introduces the information in the characteristics and structures of life science indicators, scientific inquiry, and science and technology indicators.

Holt McDougal Biology

by Stephen Nowicki

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Holt McDougal Biology

by Stephen Nowicki

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Holt McDougal Biology

by Stephen Nowicki

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Louisiana Holt McDougal Biology

by Stephen Nowicki

NIMAC-sourced textbook

McDougal Littell Biology: 2008

by Stephen Nowicki

This textbook serves as the centerpiece of the new McDougal Littell Biology program. Through graphic photos and illustrations, memorable connections, and lab activities in every chapter, McDougal Littell brings Biology into the world of a student. It provides students with a structured framework of key concepts and main ideas upon which to build their knowledge of biology. Critical thinking and problem solving activities help to teach students how to think in a scientific way.

McDougal Littell Biology (Pennsylvania Edition)

by Stephen Nowicki

This Pennsylvania edition of McDougal Littell Biology contains unit lessons on Biology, Cells, Genetics, Evolution, Ecology, Classification and Diversity, Plants, Animals, and Human Biology.

Tennessee Holt McDougal Biology

by Stephen Nowicki

NIMAC-sourced textbook

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