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Principles of Biology: Biology 211, 212, and 213

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Lisa Bartee, Mount Hood Community College

Walter Shriner, Mount Hood Community College

Catherine Creech, Mount Hood Community College

Copyright Year: 2017

ISBN 13: 9781636350400

Publisher: Open Oregon Educational Resources

Language: English

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Reviewed by Jan Just, Instructor of Biology, Portland Community College on 6/13/21

Principles of Biology: Biology 211, 212, 213 is missing the diversity of life unit, the plant anatomy and physiology unit, and the animal anatomy and physiology unit. The missing units constitute approximately 1/3 of the material covered in most... read more

Table of Contents

  • Class Descriptions
    • The Process of Science
    • Chemistry for Biology
    • Biological Molecules
    • What is Life?
    • Cell Structure and Function
    • The Cell Membrane and Transport
    • Cell Communication
    • Enzyme-catalyzed reactions
    • How cells obtain energy
    • Photosynthesis
    • Cell Division - Binary Fission and Mitosis
  • BIOLOGY 212 - Genetics
    • DNA and Chromosome Structure
    • DNA Replication
    • Mutations
    • Protein Synthesis
    • Gene Regulation
    • Meiosis - Sexual Reproduction
    • Patterns of Inheritance
    • Genetics: Dog Coat Color
    • Biotechnology
  • BIOLOGY 213 - Ecology and Evolution
    • Introduction to Evolution
    • Evolution in Action
    • Evolutionary Relationships
    • Ecology and the Biosphere
    • Population and Community Ecology
    • Ecosystems
    • Conservation Biology and Biodiversity

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  • About the Book

    The Principles of Biology sequence (BI 211, 212 and 213) introduces biology as a scientific discipline for students planning to major in biology and other science disciplines. Laboratories and classroom activities introduce techniques used to study biological processes and provide opportunities for students to develop their ability to conduct research.

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    Lisa Bartee, Mount Hood Community College

    Walter Shriner, Mount Hood Community College

    Catherine Creech, Mount Hood Community College