Lab Manual for Essentials of Biology6th Edition
concepts of biology, while keeping in mind minimal preparation for sequential laboratory use. The laboratories
are coordinated with Essentials of Biology, a general biology text that covers all fields of biology.
1 Scientific Method
2 Measuring with Metric
4 Cell Structure and Function
5 How Enzymes Function
Unit II Genetics
7 Mitosis: Cellular Reproduction
8 Meiosis: Sexual Reproduction
9 Patterns of Inheritance
10 DNA Biology and Technology
11 Human Genetics
Unit III Evolution and Diversity of Life
12 Evidences of Evolution
14 Nonvascular Plants and Seedless Vascular Plants
15 Seed Plants
16 Organization of Flowering Plants
18 The Vertebrates
Unit IV Animal Structure and Function
19 Basic Mammalian Anatomy I
20 Chemical Aspects of Digestion
21 Energy Requirements and Ideal Weight
22 Cardiovascular System
23 Basic Mammalian Anatomy II
24 Nervous System and Senses
Unit V Ecology
25 Effects of Pollution on Ecosystems
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