Exploring Biology in the Laboratory: Core Concepts is a comprehensive manual appropriate for introductory biology lab courses. This edition is designed for courses populated by nonmajors or for majors courses where abbreviated coverage is desired. Based on the two-semester version of Exploring Biology in the Laboratory, this Core Concepts edition features a streamlined set of clearly written activities. These exercises emphasize the unity of all living things and the evolutionary forces that have resulted in (and continue to act on) the diversity that we see all around us. Features include the following:Beautiful, full-color, and clearly labeled illustrations and photographs; clearly stated student objectives; meaningful and engaging laboratory activities with generous space for recording data, sketches, and answers to questions; friendly and accessible writing style; captivating Did You Know? sidebars; each exercise ends with Check Your Understanding questions to measure student progress; Review Questions at the end of each chapter foster understanding of important concepts; instructor s manual with lab preparation information; test bank for easy quizzing both on paper and via most learning management systems; new chapter on forensics and biotechnology; Just Wondering, a set of five pre-lab questions per chapter; each review section contains Mythbusting, a series of myths for students to debunk after they review the chapter content
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