Careful observation and critical thinking are emphasized in this laboratory manual designed for majors and non-majors. The 18 exercises are appropriate for the introductory biology lab lasting two semesters. Nearly 100 full-color photos have been taken directly from slides and specimens. The color photos enable students to more readily identify structures and organisms studied in the lab. The authors of this lab manual use the textbook, Biology: Life on Earth by Audesirk and Audesirk. The publisher is Prentice-Hall. Other special features include: -- Specific objectives at the beginning of each exercise to help students know what they are expected to accomplish -- Numerous illustrations to clarify instructions and procedures -- Frog dissection for study of vertebrate body systems and anatomy -- Drawings related to the circulatory system in color to clearly identify arteries and veins -- Space for student responses and observations throughout the manual -- Thoroughly class-tested exercises -- Appropriate for use with most textbooksCareful observation and critical thinking are emphasized in this laboratory manual designed for majors and non-majors.
|Title||:||Laboratory Manual for Introductory Biology|
|Author||:||Emil K. Urban, Judith E. Gordon, James H. Bickert, Russell E. Stullken, John B. Black|
|Publisher||:||Hunter Books - 1994-10-01|