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Biology

3.92  ·  Rating Details ·  104 Ratings  ·  15 Reviews
Prentice Hall Biology utilizes a student-friendly approach that provides a powerful framework for connecting the key concepts of biology. New BIG IDEAs help all students focus on the most important concepts. Students explore concepts through engaging narrative, frequent use of analogies, familiar examples, and clear and instructional graphics. Now, with Success Tracker™ on ...more
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Published April 28th 2007 by Prentice Hall School Division (first published July 1st 1992)
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R. Vincent
May 10, 2012 R. Vincent rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I bought this used off of Amazon.com. I got it because it was talked about in the Dover debacle. It's now my go to book whenever I have questions about biology.
Matthew
May 12, 2014 Matthew rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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This Biology textbook contains all of the basic information required to learn about fundamentals of life and how it works. You should read this book if you wish to know more specifically about genetics, the human body, and the laws found throughout the spectrum and diversity life. If I could ask the author a question, I would like to know how much time it took to accumulate all of this information into a succinct textbook. I was surprised about how easy it was to learn the subjects. The book exp ...more
Lisa
I took biology a long time ago--before they knew nearly as much as they do now about DNA, RNA, DNA replication, protein synthesis, etc. As part of my goals for the year, I am going to go through the online version of this book (available to all HCPS students and teachers)--including the worksheets, quizzes, etc. I'm on Chap 2, The Chemistry of Life. This should be beneficial in my job as a Homebound Teacher--because I always dread tutoring something I haven't mastered.
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Ja'nya Burton
The education and knowledge about the world, everything that's in it, and how everything works is honestly unbelievable. That is why I think people should really give this book a chance. I would like to ask questions mainly about the timing. For example, how long it took to write, how long it took to publish and gather information. I was surprised by how accurate the scientific facts were being that science is never the same and the explanations. Perspiration which was explained in the book is s ...more
Edavion Miller
May 12, 2014 Edavion Miller rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I think people should read the biology book because you could learn a lot of stuff. Some question tot he author that i would have would be how long did it take to create the book. Some things that surprised me in this book were everything that Ive learned and how much information it has. An experience that i had from the book is by the weather and climate and how much it changes.The worldview in this book is teaching people about human life an other stuff.
Hollyy
yup. I have read most of this textbook. I don't believe Son #2 wil be a biologist.
Paul Medici
Read this a while ago.
Morgan
very interesting
Lafcadio
Jan 29, 2008 Lafcadio rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Lafcadio by: Mary
It's a biolgy textbook... not my favorite biology textbook of all time, but it still works.
Troy
May 12, 2014 Troy rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
it was big idea help me to stay focus on the most important concepts. I explore concepts through engaging narrative, frequent use of analogies
Jacob Miller
I read this book more than any other, it is my livelihood.
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I can't figure out how to actually read it.
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Kenneth R. Miller is Professor of Biology at Brown University. He earned his Ph.D. in 1974 at the University of Colorado, and spent six years teaching at Harvard University before returning to Brown. He is a cell biologist, and chairs the Education Committee of the American Society for Cell Biology. He serves as an advisor on life sciences to the NewsHour, a daily PBS television program on news an ...more
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