Miller, Zoology, 2016, 10e (Reinforced Binding) Student Edition https://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/0076678954.jpeg 9 - 12 9780076678952
Ideal for an Introductory Zoology Course Written in an informative and friendly writing style that doesn’t overwhelm students with unnecessary terminology, this text is a perfect fit for a high school elective course . Zoology emphasizes ecological and evolutionary concepts and helps students understand the process of science through elements of chapter organization and boxed readings . Features include: ■ Section and chapter reviews to reinforce understanding and self tests to revisit concepts that may have been missed . ■ Updated human population and endangered species statistics . ■ Coverage of ecological problems, including an assessment of the eight critical environmental processes. Print student edition textbook.
Miller, Zoology, 2016, 10e (Reinforced Binding) Student Edition

Miller, Zoology, 2016, 10e (Reinforced Binding) Student Edition

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About the Author

Stephen Miller

Dr. Miller is senior author of Zoology.  He grew up wading creeks, paddling rivers, and exploring forests of Michigan’s western Lower Peninsula.  His fascination with aquatic ecosystems continued through high school and college.  He earned a B.S. degree from Manchester College in Indiana, an M.A. in Biology from Western Michigan University, and a Ph.D. in Zoology from the University of Wisconsin/Madison.  Dr. Miller spent his career teaching General Zoology--one year in Wisconsin and 34 years teaching General Zoology at College of the Ozarks in Southwest Missouri.  He is the recipient of teaching and professional achievement awards from College of the Ozarks and the Missouri Academy of Sciences.   His students participated in his research, which included investigations of life history, activity patterns, and biogeography of the freshwater amphipod, Gammarus pseudolimnaeus.  He also studied genetic variation within Missouri wild turkey (Meleagris gallopavo) populations.  Since his retirement from College of the Ozarks in 2012, he has enjoyed continuing work on Zoology, interpreting zoological issues within his local community, sailing, woodworking, and spending time with family.  

John Harley

John Harley teaches Anatomy & Physiology and General Biology at Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY and is also co-author of Prescott/Harley/Klein Microbiology and the ASM Microbial Telecourse Study Guide.