Biological Explorations : A Human Approach / Edition 4by Stanley E. Gunstream
Pub. Date: 07/31/2000
Publisher: Pearson Education
This extensively illustrated laboratory manual provides 33 stimulating laboratory exercises in human biology. The level of rigor, easy-to-read text, clear procedures, and abundant illustrations make the manual especially suited for readers who have had little, if any, prior science laboratory experience. The self-contained, self-directing exercises cover all major… See more details below
This extensively illustrated laboratory manual provides 33 stimulating laboratory exercises in human biology. The level of rigor, easy-to-read text, clear procedures, and abundant illustrations make the manual especially suited for readers who have had little, if any, prior science laboratory experience. The self-contained, self-directing exercises cover all major areas of introductory biology--from basic chemistry and cell structure to a little biotechnology--all emphasizing the human organism. Includes a very contemporary exercise on DNA Fingerprinting. The exercises require only standard equipment and materials, and each contain exercise objectives, background information, clearly described laboratory procedures, and a Laboratory Report for record observations, data, and conclusions. For anyone interested in laboratory work in introductory biology.
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Table of ContentsI. CELL BIOLOGY.
2. The Microscope.
3. The Cell.
4. Chemistry of Cells.
6. Diffusion and Osmosis.
8. Cellular Respiration.
9. Cell Division.
11. Molecular and Chromosomal Genetics.
12. DNA Fingerprinting.
III. HUMAN BIOLOGY.
13. Organization of the Human Body.
14. Dissection of the Fetal Pig.
15. Circulation of Blood.
17. Gas Exchange.
19. Neural Control.
20. Sensory Perception.
21. Support and Movement.
24. Fertilization and Development.
IV. ORGANISMIC DIVERSITY.
25. Monerans, Protists and Fungi.
27. Structure of Flowering Plants.
28. Simple Animals.
29. Mollusks, Annelids and Arthropods.
30. Echinoderms and Chordates.
V. EVOLUTION AND ECOLOGY.
31. Human Evolution.
32. Ecological Relationships.
33. Population Growth.
VI. LABORATORY REPORTS.
Appendix A: Common Prefixes, Suffixes, and Root Words.
Appendix B: Common Metric Units and Temperature Conversions.
Appendix C: Oil Immersion Techniques.
Appendix D: Classification of Organisms.
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