Biology, Study Guide

Biology, Study Guide

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This lively, richly illustrated text makes biology relevant and appealing, revealing it as a dynamic process of exploration and discovery. Portrays biologists as they really area€”human beingsa€”with motivations, misfortunes and mishaps much like everyone has. Encourages students to think critically, solve problems, apply biological principles to everyday life.Figure 34-1: Since the cycad and the true palm are not closely related, are their palm-like characteristics homologous or analogous? Are the leaves ... Figure 34- 3: Why do you suppose the forelimb skeletons are not compared to a primitive vertebrate such as a fish? Figure 34-5: What ... Defend your answer. Figure 34-1 1:anbsp;...

Title:Biology, Study Guide
Author:Gil D. Brum, Larry McKane, Gerald Karp
Publisher:Wiley - 1993-10-28


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