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Table Of Contents
Table of Contents1 An Introduction to Biology Unit 1 Chemistry 2 The Chemical Basis of Life I: Atoms, Molecules, and Water 3 The Chemical Basis of Life II: Organic Molecules Unit 2 Cell 4 The Evolutionary Origin of Cells and their GeneralFeatures 5 Membranes: The Interface between Cells and TheirEnvironment 6 How Cells Utilize Energy 7 How Cells Capture Energy via Photosynthesis 8 How Cells Communicate with Each Other and with theEnvironment Unit 3 Genetics 9 The Information of Life: Structures of DNA, RNA, andChromosomes, and DNA Replication 10 The Expression of Genetic Information via Genes I:Transcription and Translation 11 The Expression ofGenetic Information via Genes II: Non-coding RNAs 12 The Control of Genetic information via Gene Regulation 13 Altering the Genetic Material: Mutation, DNA Repair, andCancer 14 How Eukaryotic Cells Sort and Transmit their Chromosomes:Mitosis and Meiosis 15 Transmission of Genetic Information from Parents toOffspring I: Patterns that Follow Mendel's Laws 16 Transmission ofGenetic Information from Parents to Offspring II: Epigenetics, Linkage, andExtranuclear Inheritance 17 The Simpler Genetic Systems of Viruses and Bacteria 18 Genetic Technologies: How Biologists Study Genes andGenomes Unit 4 Evolution 19 Evolution of Life I: How Populations Change fromGeneration to Generation20 Origin of Species and Macroevolution 21 Evolution of Life II: The Emergence of New Species 22 The History of Life on Earth and Human Evolution Unit 5 Diversity 23 Diversity of Microbial Life: Bacteria, Archaea, Protists,and Fungi 24 Microbiomes:Microbial Systems On and Around Us 25 Plant Evolution: How Plant Diversification Changed PlanetEarth 26 Invertebrates: the Vast Array of Animal Life without aBackbone 27 Vertebrates: Fishes, Reptiles and Mammals28 FloweringPlants: Plant Behavior Unit 6 Plants 28 An Introduction to Flowering Plant Form and Function 29 How Flowering Plants Sense and Interact with theirEnvironments 30 How Flowering Plants Obtain and Transport Nutrients 31 How Flowering Plants Reproduce and Develop Unit 7 Animals 32 General Features of Animal Bodies, and Homeostasis as aDefining Principle of Animal Biology 33 Neuroscience I: The Structure, Function, and Evolution ofNervous Systems 34 Neuroscience II: How Sensory Systems Allow Animals toInteract with the Environment 35 How Muscles and Skeletons are Adaptations for Movement,Support, and Protection 36 Circulatory and Respiratory Systems: Transporting Solutesand Exchanging Gases 37 Digestive Systems and Excretory Systems: Maintenance ofNutrient, Energy, Ion and Water Balance 38 How Endocrine Systems Influence the Activities of allOther Organ Systems 39 The Production of Offspring: Reproduction and Development 40 Immune Systems: How Animals Defend Against Pathogens andOther Dangers 41 IntegratedResponses of Animal Organ Systems to a Challenge to Homeostasis Unit 8 Ecology 42 Behavioral Ecology: the Struggle to Find Food, Mates andto Pass on Genes 43 Population Growth and Species Interactions 44 Communities and Ecosystems: Ecological Organization atLarger Scales 45 Biomes: Worldwide Patterns across Global Scales 46 Biodiversity and Conservation 47 The Age of Humans:Impacts on Natural Systems