Laboratory Manual Concepts in Biology https://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/0077295250.jpeg 14 9780077295257
Laboratory Manual Concepts in Biology

Laboratory Manual Concepts in Biology

14th Edition
By Eldon Enger and Frederick Ross
ISBN10: 0077295250
ISBN13: 9780077295257
Copyright: 2012
09780077295257

Purchase Options

Students, we’re committed to providing you with high-value course solutions backed by great service and a team that cares about your success. See tabs below to explore options and pricing. Don't forget, we accept financial aid and scholarship funds in the form of credit or debit cards.

Product


ISBN10: 0077295250 | ISBN13: 9780077295257

Purchase

$110.00

The estimated amount of time this product will be on the market is based on a number of factors, including faculty input to instructional design and the prior revision cycle and updates to academic research-which typically results in a revision cycle ranging from every two to four years for this product. Pricing subject to change at any time.

Program Details

Laboratory Manual to accompany Concepts in Biology, 14th edition by Enger/Ross/Bailey

Lab Exercise 1: Metric Measurement and the Scientific Method

Lab Exercise 2: Atoms and Molecules

Lab Exercise 3: Diffusion and Osmosis

Lab Exercise 4: Structure of Some Organic Molecules

Lab Exercise 5: The Microscope

Lab Exercise 6: Survey of Cell Types: Structure and Function

Lab Exercise 7: Enzymes

Lab Exercise 8: Photosynthesis and Respiration

Lab Exercise 9: The Chemistry and Ecology of Yogurt Production

Lab Exercise 10: DNA and RNA: Structure and Function

Lab Exercise 11: Mitosis-Cell Division

Lab Exercise 12: Meiosis

Lab Exercise 13: DNA Extraction

Lab Exercise 14: Genetics Problems

Lab Exercise 15: Genetic Ratios and Chi-Square Analysis

Lab Exercise 16: Human Variation

Lab Exercise 17: Sensory Abilities

Lab Exercise 18: Population Demographics

Lab Exercise 19: Population Genetics Simulation

Lab Exercise 20: Bacterial Selection

Lab Exercise 21: The Effect of Abiotic Factors on Habitat Preference

Lab Exercise 22: Successional Changes in Vegetation

Lab Exercise 23: Behavioral Differences in Small Mammals

Lab Exercise 24: Plant Life Cycles

Lab Exercise 25: Plant Structure and Function

Lab Exercise 26: Natural Selection

Lab Exercise 27: Species Diversity

Lab Exercise 28: Frog Dissection

Lab Exercise 29: Roll Call of the Animals

Lab Exercise 30: Intraspecific and Interspecific Competition

Appendix A: Chi-Square (Goodness of Fit) Test

Appendix B: Math Review

About the Author

Eldon Enger

Eldon D. Enger received a B.A. and an M.S. from the University of Michigan. He is professor emeritus of biology at Delta College, where he taught biology, zoology, and environmental science and was active in curriculum and course development. Professor Enger is an advocate for variety in teaching methodology and feels that if students are provided with varied experiences, they are more likely to learn. Professor Enger's classes include writing assignments, student presentation of lecture material, debates by students on controversial issues, field experiences, individual student projects, and discussions of local examples and relevant current events. Professor Enger was a Fulbright Exchange Teacher to Australia and Scotland, received the Bergstein Award for Teaching Excellence and the Scholarly Achievement Award from Delta College, and participated as a volunteer in Earthwatch Research Programs.

Frederick Ross

Frederick C. Ross received his B.S. and M.S. from Wayne State University. He is professor emeritus of biology at Delta College and has 30 years' teaching experience, including junior and senior high school, during which he has taught biology, cell biology and biological chemistry, microbiology, environmental science, and zoology. Professor Ross has been active in curriculum and course development, including the development of courses in infection control and microbiology, AIDS and infectious diseases, and a PBS ScienceLine course for elementary and secondary education majors in cooperation with Central Michigan University. Professor Ross was involved in the development of the wastewater microbiology technician curriculum offered by Delta College and was actively involved in the National Task Force of Two Year College Biologists (American Institute of Biological Sciences) and in the National Science Foundation College Science Improvement Program.