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Principles of Life
Second EditionDavid M. Hillis; David Sadava; Richard W. Hill; Mary V. Price©2015
AP® Biology is rigorous and challenging for students, but Principles of Life, Second Edition can help. Supportive student resources include BFW's highly touted Launchpad, which delivers this superior content online.With Principles of Life students have the tools they need to master the course and successfully prepare for the AP® Biology exam.
Table of Contents
PART 1: CELLS1. Introduction2. The Chemistry and Energy of Life3. Nucleic Acids, Proteins, and Enzymes4. Cells: The Working Units of Life5. Cell Membranes and Signaling6. Pathways that Harvest and Store Chemical Energy PART 2: GENETICS7. The Cell Cycle and Cell Division8. Inheritance, Genes, and Chromosomes9. DNA and Its Role in Heredity10. From DNA to Protein: Gene Expression11. Regulation of Gene Expression12. Genomes13. Biotechnology14. Genes, Development, and Evolution PART 3: EVOLUTION15. Processes of Evolution 16. Reconstructing and Using Phylogenies 17. Speciation 18. The History of Life on Earth PART 4: DIVERSITY19. Bacteria, Archaea, and Viruses20. The Origin and Diversification of Eukaryotes 21. The Evolution of Plants22. The Evolution and Diversity of Fungi23. Animal Origins and Diversity PART 5: PLANT FORM AND FUNCTION24. The Plant Body25. Plant Nutrition and Transport26. Plant Growth and Development 27. Reproduction of Flowering Plants28. Plants in the Environment PART 6: ANIMAL FORM AND FUNCTION29. Fundamentals of Animal Function30. Nutrition and Digestion31. Breathing32. Circulation33. Muscle and Movement34. Neurons, Sense Organs, and Nervous Systems35. Nervous and Endocrine Control36. Water and Salts: Excretion37. Animal Reproduction38. Animal Development39. Immunology: Animal Defense Systems40. Animal Behavior PART 7: ECOLOGY41. The Distribution of Earths Ecological Systems42. Populations 43. Ecological and Evolutionary Consequences of Interactions within and among Species 44. Ecological Communities 45. The Global Ecosystem