Table of contents continued -- How are water and good transported in plants? -- What do you need to consider in order to grow plants in space (or anywhere else for that matter)? -- How can plant reproduction be modified using biotechnology? -- How do gravity and light affect plant growth responses? -- How does an organism's structure help it maintain homeostasis? -- How are form and function related in the digestive system? -- How is mammalian heart structure related to function? -- How do we breathe, and why do we breathe? -- How does the immune system keep the body free of pathogens? -- What is nitrogenous waste, and how is it removed from the body? -- How do hormones regulate cell functions? -- How does the production of male and female gametes differ in humans? -- What common events occur in the early development of animals? -- How do neurons function to transmit information? -- What would happen if you modified a particular aspect of neuron function? -- How does sarcomere structure affect muscle function? -- What would happen if you modified particular aspects of muscle function? -- What factors determine climate? -- What determines behavior? -- What methods can you use to determine population density and distribution? -- What models can you use to calculate how quickly a population can grow? -- What do you need to consider when analyzing communities of organisms? -- What limits do available solar radiation and nutrients place on carrying capacities? -- What factors can affect the survival of a species or community? The activities of this workbook focus on key ideas, principles and concepts that are basic to understanding biology. The overall organization follows that of Campbell/Reece, Biology, 7th edition. -p. vii.-- What factors can affect the survival of a species or community? The activities of this workbook focus on key ideas, principles and concepts that are basic to understanding biology.
|Author||:||Jean Heitz, Neil A. Campbell, Jane B. Reece|