Photo Atlas for General Biology, 4th Edition
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The Photo Atlas for General Biology is an excellent source of supplemental information for laboratory and lectures in biology, botany and zoology courses. The atlas provides insight into living organisms that abound all around us but we seldom have the opportunity to study on a gross or microscopic level. New and updated images have been incorporated into this latest edition.
Chapter 2 Plant Cells
Chapter 3 Animal Cells and Tissues
Chapter 4 Plant Mitosis and Gametogenesis
Chapter 5 Animal Cell Mitosis and Meiosis
Chapter 6 Prokaryotes
Chapter 7 Kingdom Protista
Chapter 8 Kingdom Fungi
Chapter 9 Bryophytes
Chapter 10 Seedless Vascular Plants
Chapter 11 Ferns
Chapter 12 Gymnosperms
Chapter 13 Flowering Plants
Chapter 14 Invertebrate Phyla
Chapter 15 Chordates
Chapter 16 The Vertebrates
Chapter 17 Vertebrate Dissections
Chapter 18 Human Biology: Histology and Anatomy of Systems
Chapter 19 Development
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