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 areahuman beingsawith 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|