By Eldra Solomon, Linda Berg, Diana W. Martin

BIOLOGY, 7th version through Solomon, Berg, and Martin remains to be the best-liked and so much student-friendly introductory majors textual content to be had. during this version the authors have created a studying approach that makes the chapters more straightforward to navigate and offers a number of methods for college kids to profit the fabric. "Learning goals" at the moment are strategically put during the bankruptcy following significant headings, and there are evaluate questions on the ends of those significant sections. "Chapter Summaries" are actually equipped round the "Learning ambitions" besides, making it more straightforward for college students to come back to where within the booklet that could support them paintings during the end-of-chapter fabric. Icons in the course of the bankruptcy direct scholars to the BiologyNow CD and tells them what they'll locate there. BiologyNow, the recent pupil CD-ROM for BIOLOGY 7th version, can be in response to those "Learning targets" to extra strengthen the text's innovations. The BiologyNow CD, absolutely built-in with the 7th version textual content, presents entry to diagnostic pre-tests for every bankruptcy. It additionally instantly generates custom-made studying plans for college students, directing scholars to the data within the e-book, ancillaries and media application that would aid them grasp particular strategies. Post-tests enable scholars to evaluate their growth in addition. own teach with SMARTHINKING, a loose on-line reside tutoring carrier. scholars can ask questions, get solutions, they usually need not manage appointments! For teachers, a Multimedia supervisor offers the textual content paintings in PowerPoint shape. teachers additionally obtain an Instructor's advisor, ExamView digital checking out and WebTutor direction administration thoughts. Solomon, Berg, and Martin have long gone past providing proof for memorization -- they've got created a well-designed pedagogical procedure via their use and reuse of bankruptcy "Learning Objectives," that is supported by means of an out of this world package deal of fabrics for teachers and scholars.

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7 million species of extant (currently living) organisms have been scientifically identified, and biologists estimate that several million more remain to be discovered. To study life, we need a system for organizing, naming, and classifying its myriad forms. Systematics is the field of biology that studies the diversity of organisms and their evolutionary relationships. Taxonomy, a subspecialty of systematics, is the science of naming and classifying organisms. In the 18th century Carolus Linnaeus, a Swedish botanist, developed a hierarchical system of naming and classifying organisms that, with some modification, is still used today.

How do people safeguard the privacy of genetic information? How can we be certain knowledge of our individual genetic codes would not be used against us when we seek employment or health insurance? Scientists must be ethically responsible and must help educate people about their work, including its benefits relative to its risks. Interestingly, at the very beginning of the Human Genome Project, part of its budget was allocated for research on the ethical, legal, and social implications of its findings.

7 million species of extant (currently living) organisms have been scientifically identified, and biologists estimate that several million more remain to be discovered. To study life, we need a system for organizing, naming, and classifying its myriad forms. Systematics is the field of biology that studies the diversity of organisms and their evolutionary relationships. Taxonomy, a subspecialty of systematics, is the science of naming and classifying organisms. In the 18th century Carolus Linnaeus, a Swedish botanist, developed a hierarchical system of naming and classifying organisms that, with some modification, is still used today.

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