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Test Bank for Principles of Biology 2nd Edition By Brooker

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Table of Content1 An Introduction to BiologyUnit 1 Chemistry2 The Chemical Basis of Life I: Atoms, Molecules, and Water3 The Chemical Basis of Life II: Organic MoleculesUnit 2 Cell4 The Evolutionary Origin of Cells and their GeneralFeatures5 Membranes: The Interface between Cells and TheirEnvironment6 How Cells Utilize Energy7 How Cells Capture Energy via Photosynthesis8 How Cells Communicate with Each Other and with theEnvironmentUnit 3 Genetics9 The Information of Life: Structures of DNA, RNA, andChromosomes, and DNA Replication10 The Expression of Genetic Information via Genes I:Transcription and Translation11 The Expression ofGenetic Information via Genes II: Non-coding RNAs12 The Control of Genetic information via Gene Regulation13 Altering the Genetic Material: Mutation, DNA Repair, andCancer14 How Eukaryotic Cells Sort and Transmit their Chromosomes:Mitosis and Meiosis15 Transmission of Genetic Information from Parents toOffspring I: Patterns that Follow Mendel's Laws16 Transmission ofGenetic Information from Parents to Offspring II: Epigenetics, Linkage, andExtranuclear Inheritance17 The Simpler Genetic Systems of Viruses and Bacteria18 Genetic Technologies: How Biologists Study Genes andGenomesUnit 4 Evolution19 Evolution of Life I: How Populations Change fromGeneration to Generation20 Origin of Species and Macroevolution21 Evolution of Life II: The Emergence of New Species22 The History of Life on Earth and Human EvolutionUnit 5 Diversity23 Diversity of Microbial Life: Bacteria, Archaea, Protists,and Fungi24 Microbiomes:Microbial Systems On and Around Us25 Plant Evolution: How Plant Diversification Changed PlanetEarth26 Invertebrates: the Vast Array of Animal Life without aBackbone27 Vertebrates: Fishes, Reptiles and Mammals28 FloweringPlants: Plant BehaviorUnit 6 Plants28 An Introduction to Flowering Plant Form and Function29 How Flowering Plants Sense and Interact with theirEnvironments30 How Flowering Plants Obtain and Transport Nutrients31 How Flowering Plants Reproduce and DevelopUnit 7 Animals32 General Features of Animal Bodies, and Homeostasis as aDefining Principle of Animal Biology33 Neuroscience I: The Structure, Function, and Evolution ofNervous Systems34 Neuroscience II: How Sensory Systems Allow Animals toInteract with the Environment35 How Muscles and Skeletons are Adaptations for Movement,Support, and Protection36 Circulatory and Respiratory Systems: Transporting Solutesand Exchanging Gases37 Digestive Systems and Excretory Systems: Maintenance ofNutrient, Energy, Ion and Water Balance38 How Endocrine Systems Influence the Activities of allOther Organ Systems39 The Production of Offspring: Reproduction and Development40 Immune Systems: How Animals Defend Against Pathogens andOther Dangers41 IntegratedResponses of Animal Organ Systems to a Challenge to HomeostasisUnit 8 Ecology42 Behavioral Ecology: the Struggle to Find Food, Mates andto Pass on Genes43 Population Growth and Species Interactions44 Communities and Ecosystems: Ecological Organization atLarger Scales45 Biomes: Worldwide Patterns across Global Scales46 Biodiversity and Conservation47 The Age of Humans:Impacts on Natural Systems

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