Nelson Biology 11: Student Text by Bob RitterNelson Biology 11: Student Text by Bob Ritter

Nelson Biology 11: Student Text

byBob Ritter, Christine Adam-carr, Doug Fraser

Hardcover | August 30, 2001

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A comprehensive, accurate and rigorous full-colour text for a first course in Biology! This resource presents a balanced integration of concept development, skill development, and biology connections to technology, society, and the environment. The instructional presentation addresses a variety of learning styles while providing content that is in line with the intent and spirit of the university preparation curriculum.

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? Precise parallel to the intent and spirit of the University Preparation curriculum
? A motivating and effective physical design
? Over 1,200 in-text practice and review questions
? Various lab investigations, activities, and exercises
Title:Nelson Biology 11: Student TextFormat:HardcoverDimensions:11 × 8.3 × 1.2 inPublished:August 30, 2001Publisher:Nelson Canada ElhiLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0176121382

ISBN - 13:9780176121389

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid This is a good textbook for an introductory high school biology course. With clear illustrations and definitions students can grasp essential concepts and learn core principles.
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Table of Contents

Unit 1: Cellular Functions1. Cell Biology2. Chemistry of LifeUnit 2: Genetic Continuity3. Cell Division4. Genes and Heredity5. The Source of HeredityUnit 3: Internal Systems and Regulation6. Digestion and Nutrition7. Circulation and the Blood8. Respiratory SystemUnit 4: Diversity of Living Things9. Taxonomy and the World of Microorganisms and Viruses10. Fungi and Plants11. Invertebrates12. ChordatesUnit 5: Plants - Anatomy, Growth, and Functions13. Plants: Forms and Function14. The Importance of Plants