9781457554049-1457554046-GENERAL BIOLOGY II: Organisms and Ecology

GENERAL BIOLOGY II: Organisms and Ecology

ISBN-13: 9781457554049
ISBN-10: 1457554046
Author: Holley, Dennis
Publication date: 2017
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing, LLC
Format: Paperback 1016 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781457554049
ISBN-10: 1457554046
Author: Holley, Dennis
Publication date: 2017
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing, LLC
Format: Paperback 1016 pages

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Acknowledged authors Holley, Dennis wrote GENERAL BIOLOGY II: Organisms and Ecology comprising 1016 pages back in 2017. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1457554046 and 9781457554049. Since then GENERAL BIOLOGY II: Organisms and Ecology textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price or rent at the marketplace.

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GENERAL BIOLOGY II: Organisms and Ecology is the second of a two volume set -- an introductory level college biology textbook that provides students with an accessible and engaging look at the fundamentals of biology. Written for a two-term, undergraduate course of mixed majors and non-majors, this reader-friendly text is concept driven vs. terminology driven. That is, the text is based on the underlying concepts and principles of biology rather than strict memorization of terminology. Written in a student-centered, conversational style, this educational research-based textbook uniquely connects students and our society to living things from various perspectives--economic, ecologic, medical, and cultural, exploring how the biological world and human realm are intimately intertwined. End-of-chapter questions challenge students to think critically and creatively while incorporating science process skills, and biological principles.

ABOUT DENNIS HOLLEY
I am a biologist to the core, always have been and always will be. My interest in all things living is broad and generic. If it's a living creature--plant, animal, or microbe--I find it fascinating. How did I get this way? Understanding parents and a nurturing habitat are to blame.

I eagerly devoured every biology course I could take in college, and although I flirted for a time with the idea of becoming a marine biologist, I eventually became an educator. For nearly forty years, high schools and universities have actually paid me for doing what I love--teaching biology, and writing all sorts of science curriculum materials from lab manuals to textbooks. As a teacher and writer, it is my responsibility not only to inform but also infuse students and readers with a sense of wonder and awe for all the amazing realms of life found on Earth.
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