For a biology student attempting to memorize the stages of cell division or understand basic genetics, straight memorization from textbooks or lecture notes can be a frustrating and laborious exercise.
Biology Coloring Workbook is a breakthrough approach to studying the science of life. Learning interactively through coloring fixes biological concepts in the mind and promotes quick recall on exams. Rather than learning cell structure by forcing yourself to memorize the name and function of each organelle, you can benefit from reviewing your own colorful portrait of the cell.
Inside are nearly 150 plates of clear and precise computer-generated artwork that are accompanied by a thorough explanation of each topic. Complex biology subjects are explained through clear and simple drawings. Coloring suggestions are providede to help you complete each lesson, and each plate is labeled for easy identification and reference. Biology Coloring Workbook follows the standard organization of introductory textbooks, making it the ideal study companion.
The plates are organized into the following sections:
Introduction to Biology Biology of the Cell Principles of Genetics DNA and Gene Expression Principles of Evolution The Origin of Life and Simple Life Forms Biology of Plants Biology of Animals Human Biology Reproduction and Development in Humans Principles of Ecology
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About Edward Alcamo
I. Edward Alcamo, Ph.D., is a professor of biology at the State Univeristy of New York at Farmingdale. He has taught at the college level for over thirty years, specializing in biology for health science students. He has been honored… More about Edward Alcamo
Published by Princeton Review Jun 16, 1998| 352 Pages| 8-3/8 x 10-7/8| ISBN 9780679778844