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|Table of Contents||Table of ContentsChapter 1 Introduction: Evolution and Themes of BiologyUnit 1 The Chemistry of LifeChapter 2 The Chemical Context of LifeChapter 3 Water and LifeChapter 4 Carbon and the Molecular Diversity of LifeChapter 5 The Structure and Function of Large Biological MoleculesUnit 2 The CellChapter 6 A Tour of the CellChapter 7 Membrane Structure and FunctionChapter 8 An Introduction to MetabolismChapter 9 Cellular Respiration and FermentationChapter 10 PhotosynthesisChapter 11 Cell CommunicationChapter 12 The Cell CycleUnit 3 GeneticsChapter 13 Meiosis and Sexual Life CyclesChapter 14 Mendel and the Gene IdeaChapter 15 The Chromosomal Basis of InheritanceChapter 16 The Molecular Basis of InheritanceChapter 17 From Gene to ProteinChapter 18 Regulation of Gene ExpressionChapter 19 VirusesChapter 20 DNA Tools and BiotechnologyChapter 21 Genomes and Their EvolutionUnit 4 Mechanisms of EvolutionChapter 22 Descent with Modification: A Darwinian View of LifeChapter 23 The Evolution of PopulationsChapter 24 The Origin of SpeciesChapter 25 The History of Life on EarthUnit 5 The Evolutionary History of Biological DiversityChapter 26 Phylogeny and the Tree of LifeChapter 27 Bacteria and ArchaeaChapter 28 ProtistsChapter 29 Plant DIversity I: How Plants Colonized LandChapter 30 Plant DIversity II: The Evolution of Seed PlantsChapter 31 FungiChapter 32 An Overview of Animal DiversityChapter 33 An Introduction to InvertebratesChapter 34 The Origin and Evolution of VertebratesUnit 6 Plant Form and FunctionChapter 35 Plant Structure, Growth, and DevelopmentChapter 36 Resource Acquisition and Transport in Vascular PlantsChapter 37 Soil and Plant NutritionChapter 38 Angiosperm Reproduction and BiotechnologyChapter 39 Plant Responses to Internal and External SignalsUnit 7 Animal Form and FunctionChapter 40 Basic Principles of Animal Form and FunctionChapter 41 Animal NutritionChapter 42 Circulation and Gas ExchangeChapter 43 The Immune SystemChapter 44 Osmoregulation and ExcretionChapter 45 Hormones and the Endocrine SystemChapter 46 Animal ReproductionChapter 47 Animal DevelopmentChapter 48 Neurons, Synapses, and SignallingChapter 49 Nervous SystemsChapter 50 Sensory and Motor MechanismsChapter 51 Animal BehaviourUnit 8 EcologyChapter 52 An Introduction to Ecology and the BiosphereChapter 53 Population EcologyChapter 54 Community EcologyChapter 55 Ecosystems and Restoration EcologyChapter 56 Conservation Biology and Global Change|