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2 Lecture Chapter 1: Biology and You Chapter 2: Applications of Biology
Chapter 3: Chemistry of Life Chapter 4: Ecosystems Chapter 5: Populations and Communities Chapter 6: The Environment Chapter 7: Cell Structure Chapter 8: Cells and Their Environment Chapter 9: Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Chapter 10: Cell Growth and Division Main Menu

3 Lecture Chapter 11: Meiosis and Sexual Reproduction
Chapter 12: Mendel and Heredity Chapter 13: DNA, RNA, and Proteins Chapter 14: Genes in Action Chapter 15: Gene Technologies and Human Applications Chapter 16: Evolutionary Theory Chapter 17: Population Genetics and Speciation Chapter 18: Classification Chapter 19: History of Life on Earth Chapter 20: Bacteria and Viruses Main Menu

4 Lecture Chapter 21: Protists Chapter 22: Fungi
Chapter 23: Plant Diversity and Life Cycles Chapter 24: Seed Plant Structure and Growth Chapter 25: Plant Processes Chapter 26: Introduction to Animals Chapter 27: Simple Invertebrates Chapter 28: Mollusks and Annelids Chapter 29: Arthropods and Echinoderms Chapter 30: Fishes and Amphibians Main Menu

5 Lecture Chapter 31: Reptiles and Birds Chapter 32: Mammals
Chapter 33: Animal Behavior Chapter 34: Skeletal, Muscular, and Integumentary Systems Chapter 35: Circulatory and Respiratory Systems Chapter 36: Digestive and Excretory Systems Chapter 37: The Body’s Defenses Chapter 38: Nervous System Chapter 39: Endocrine System Chapter 40: Reproduction and Development Chapter 41: Forensic Science Main Menu

6 Chapter 1: Biology and You
Lecture Section 1: The Nature of Science Section 2: Scientific Methods Section 3: Tools and Techniques Section 4: What is Biology?

7 Chapter 2: Applications of Biology
Lecture Section 1: Health in the 21st Century Section 2: Biology, Technology, and Society Section 3: Biology and the Environment

8 Chapter 3: Chemistry of Life
Lecture Section 1: Matter and Substances Section 2: Water and Solutions Section 3: Carbon Compounds Section 4: Energy and Metabolism

9 Chapter 4: Ecosystems Lecture Section 1: What is an Ecosystem?
Section 2: Energy Flow in Ecosystems Section 3: Cycling of Matter

10 Chapter 5: Populations and Communities
Lecture Section 1: Populations Section 2: Interactions in Communities Section 3: Shaping Communities

11 Chapter 6: The Environment
Lecture Section 1: An Interconnected Planet Section 2: Environmental Issues Section 3: Environmental Solutions

12 Chapter 7: Cell Structure
Lecture Section 1: Introduction to Cells Section 2: Inside the Eukaryotic Cell Section 3: From Cell to Organism

13 Chapter 8: Cells and Their Environment
Lecture Section 1: Cell Membrane Section 2: Cell Transport Section 3: Cell Communication

14 Chapter 9: Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration
Lecture Section 1: Energy in Living Systems Section 2: Photosynthesis Section 3: Cellular Respiration

15 Chapter 10: Cell Growth and Division
Lecture Section 1: Cell Reproduction Section 2: Mitosis Section 3: Regulation

16 Chapter 11: Meiosis and Sexual Reproduction
Lecture Section 1: Reproduction Section 2: Meiosis Section 3: Multicellular Life Cycles

17 Chapter 12: Mendel and Heredity
Lecture Section 1: Origins of Hereditary Science Section 2: Mendel’s Theory Section 3: Modeling Mendel’s Laws Section 4: Beyond Mendelian Heredity

18 Chapter 13: DNA, RNA, and Proteins
Lecture Section 1: The Structure of DNA Section 2: Replication of DNA Section 3: RNA and Gene Expression

19 Chapter 14: Genes in Action
Lecture Section 1: Mutation and Genetic Change Section 2: Regulating Gene Expression Section 3: Genome Interactions

20 Chapter 15: Gene Technologies and Human Applications
Lecture Section 1: The Human Genome Section 2: Gene Technologies in Our Lives Section 3: Gene Technologies in Detail

21 Chapter 16: Evolutionary Theory
Lecture Section 1: Developing a Theory Section 2: Applying Darwin’s Ideas Section 3: Beyond Darwinian Theory

22 Chapter 17: Population Genetics and Speciation
Lecture Section 1: Genetic Variation Section 2: Genetic Change Section 3: Speciation

23 Chapter 18: Classification
Lecture Section 1: The Importance of Classification Section 2: Modern Systematics Section 3: Kingdoms and Domains

24 Chapter 19: History of Life on Earth
Lecture Section 1: How Did Life Begin? Section 2: The Age of Earth Section 3: Evolution of Life

25 Chapter 20: Bacteria and Viruses
Lecture Section 1: Bacteria Section 2: Viruses Section 3: Bacteria, Viruses, and Humans

26 Chapter 21: Protists Lecture Section 1: Characteristics of Protists
Section 2: Groups of Protists Section 3: Protists and Humans

27 Chapter 22: Fungi Lecture Section 1: Characteristics of Fungi
Section 2: Groups of Fungi Section 3: Fungi and Humans

28 Chapter 23: Plant Diversity and Life Cycles
Lecture Section 1: Introduction to Plants Section 2: Seedless Plants Section 3: Seed Plants Section 4: Flowering Plants

29 Chapter 24: Seed Plant Structure and Growth
Lecture Section 1: Plant Tissue Systems Section 2: Roots, Stems, and Leaves Section 3: Plant Growth and Development

30 Chapter 25: Plant Processes
Lecture Section 1: Nutrients and Transport Section 2: Plant Responses

31 Chapter 26: Introduction to Animals
Lecture Section 1: Characteristics of Animals Section 2: Animal Body Systems Section 3: Evolutionary Trends in Animals Section 4: Chordate Evolution

32 Chapter 27: Simple Invertebrates
Lecture Section 1: Sponges Section 2: Cnidarians Section 3: Flatworms Section 4: Roundworms

33 Chapter 28: Mollusks and Annelids
Lecture Section 1: Mollusks Section 2: Annelids

34 Chapter 29: Arthropods and Echinoderms
Lecture Section 1: Arthropods Section 2: Arachnids and Crustaceans Section 3: Insects Section 4: Echinoderms

35 Chapter 30: Fishes and Amphibians
Lecture Section 1: The Fish Body Section 2: Groups of Fishes Section 3: The Amphibian Body Section 4: Groups of Amphibians

36 Chapter 31: Reptiles and Birds
Lecture Section 1: The Reptile Body Section 2: Groups of Reptiles Section 3: The Bird Body Section 4: Groups of Birds Main Menu

37 Chapter 32: Mammals Lecture Section 1: Characteristics of Mammals
Section 2: Groups of Mammals Section 3: Evolution of Primates Main Menu

38 Chapter 33: Animal Behavior
Lecture Section 1: The Nature of Behavior Section 2: Classes of Behavior Main Menu

39 Chapter 34: Skeletal, Muscular, and Integumentary Systems
Lecture Section 1: Body Organization Section 2: The Skeletal System Section 3: The Muscular System Section 4: The Integumentary System Main Menu

40 Chapter 35: Circulatory and Respiratory Systems
Lecture Section 1: The Cardiovascular System Section 2: Cardiovascular Health Section 3: The Respiratory System Main Menu

41 Chapter 36: Digestive and Excretory Systems
Lecture Section 1: Nutrition Section 2: Digestion Section 3: Excretion Main Menu

42 Chapter 37: The Body’s Defenses
Lecture Section 1: Protecting Against Disease Section 2: Eliminating Invaders Section 3: Immune System Disfunctions Main Menu

43 Chapter 38: Nervous System
Lecture Section 1: Structures of the Nervous System Section 2: Neurons and Nerve Impulses Section 3: Sensory Systems Section 4: Nervous System Dysfunction Main Menu

44 Chapter 39: Endocrine System
Lecture Section 1: Hormones Section 2: Major Endocrine Glands Main Menu

45 Chapter 40: Reproduction and Development
Lecture Section 1: The Male Reproductive System Section 2: The Female Reproductive System Section 3: Human Development Section 4: Sexually Transmitted Infections Main Menu

46 Chapter 41: Forensic Science
Lecture Section 1: Introduction to Forensics Section 2: Inside a Crime Lab Section 3: Forensic Science in Action Main Menu

47 Visual Concepts Chapter 1: Biology and You
Chapter 2: Applications of Biology Chapter 3: Chemistry of Life Chapter 4: Ecosystems Chapter 5: Populations and Communities Chapter 6: The Environment Chapter 7: Cell Structure Chapter 8: Cells and Their Environment Chapter 9: Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Chapter 10: Cell Growth and Division Main Menu

48 Visual Concepts Chapter 11: Meiosis and Sexual Reproduction
Chapter 12: Mendel and Heredity Chapter 13: DNA, RNA, and Proteins Chapter 14: Genes in Action Chapter 15: Gene Technologies and Human Applications Chapter 16: Evolutionary Theory Chapter 17: Population Genetics and Speciation Chapter 18: Classification Chapter 19: History of Life on Earth Chapter 20: Bacteria and Viruses Main Menu

49 Visual Concepts Chapter 21: Protists Chapter 22: Fungi
Chapter 23: Plant Diversity and Life Cycles Chapter 24: Seed Plant Structure and Growth Chapter 25: Plant Processes Chapter 26: Introduction to Animals Chapter 27: Simple Invertebrates Chapter 28: Mollusks and Annelids Chapter 29: Arthropods and Echinoderms Chapter 30: Fishes and Amphibians Main Menu

50 Visual Concepts Chapter 31: Reptiles and Birds Chapter 32: Mammals
Chapter 33: Animal Behavior Chapter 34: Skeletal, Muscular, and Integumentary Systems Chapter 35: Circulatory and Respiratory Systems Chapter 36: Digestive and Excretory Systems Chapter 37: The Body’s Defenses Chapter 38: Nervous System Chapter 39: Endocrine System Chapter 40: Reproduction and Development Chapter 41: Forensic Science Main Menu

51 Chapter 1: Biology and You
Visual Concepts Section 2: Hypothesis Controlled Experiment and Variable Independent and Dependent Variables Scientific Method Main Menu

52 Chapter 1: Biology and You
Visual Concepts Section 3: Types of Microscopes Parts of a Light Microscope Section 4: Heredity Main Menu

53 Chapter 2: Applications of Biology
Visual Concepts Section 1: Pathogens Vaccine Section 2: Genetic Engineering Using Plasmids to Produce Insulin DNA Fingerprint Main Menu

54 Chapter 2: Applications of Biology
Visual Concepts Section 3: Species Conservation Recycling Main Menu

55 Chapter 3: Chemistry of Life
Visual Concepts Section 1: Covalent Bonding Ion Section 2: Comparing Cohesion and Adhesion Acids Bases pH Main Menu

56 Chapter 3: Chemistry of Life
Visual Concepts Section 3: Carbohydrates Types of Lipids Proteins Amino Acid Nucleic Acid Main Menu

57 Chapter 3: Chemistry of Life
Visual Concepts Section 4: Energy Activation Energy and Chemical Reactions Main Menu

58 Chapter 4: Ecosystems Visual Concepts
Section 1: Comparing Biotic and Abiotic Factors Pioneer Species Section 2: Comparing Consumers and Producers Types of Consumers Energy Pyramid Main Menu

59 Chapter 4: Ecosystems Visual Concepts Section 3: Water Cycle
Carbon Cycle Nitrogen Cycle Main Menu

60 Chapter 5: Populations and Communities
Visual Concepts Section 1: Population Exponential Growth Limiting Factors and Carrying Capacity Logistic Model Main Menu

61 Chapter 5: Populations and Communities
Visual Concepts Section 2: Predation Coevolution Plant Protection Mechanisms Symbiosis Main Menu

62 Chapter 5: Populations and Communities
Visual Concepts Section 3: Niche Competition Biodiversity Main Menu

63 Chapter 6: The Environment
Visual Concepts Section 1: Human Population Section 2: Acid Precipitation Ozone and Ecosystems Greenhouse Effect Global Warming Main Menu

64 Chapter 6: The Environment
Visual Concepts Section 3: Conservation Recycling Main Menu

65 Chapter 7: Cell Structure
Visual Concepts Section 1: Cell Theory Comparing Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes Main Menu

66 Chapter 7: Cell Structure
Visual Concepts Section 2: Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER) and Ribosomes Lysosomes Vacuoles Section 3: Comparing Organisms that are Unicellular and Multicellular Differentiation Main Menu

67 Chapter 8: Cells and Their Environment
Visual Concepts Section 1: Phospholipid Lipid Bilayer Cell Membrane Parts of the Cell Membrane Section 2: Concentration Gradient Equilibrium Main Menu

68 Chapter 8: Cells and Their Environment
Visual Concepts Section 2: Diffusion Through Ion Channels Passive Transport: Facilitated Diffusion Osmosis Comparing Hypertonic, Isotonic, and Hypotonic Conditions Main Menu

69 Chapter 8: Cells and Their Environment
Visual Concepts Section 2: Comparing Active and Passive Transport Sodium-Potassium Pump Endocytosis Exocytosis Main Menu

70 Chapter 9: Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration
Visual Concepts Section 1: Photosynthesis Cellular Respiration Linking Photosynthesis and Respiration Comparing ATP and ADP Main Menu

71 Chapter 9: Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration
Visual Concepts Section 2: Spectrum of Light and Plant Pigments Calvin Cycle Environmental Influences on Photosynthesis Main Menu

72 Chapter 9: Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration
Visual Concepts Section 3: Glycolysis Krebs Cycle Electron Transport Chain Comparing Aerobic and Anaerobic Respiration Main Menu

73 Chapter 10: Cell Growth and Division
Visual Concepts Section 1: Chromosomes Comparing Cell Division in Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes Section 2: Cell Cycle—G1 Phase Cell Cycle—S Phase Cell Cycle—G2 Phase Main Menu

74 Chapter 10: Cell Growth and Division
Visual Concepts Section 2: Cell Cycle—M Phase Mitosis Snapshot of Mitotic Structures Comparing Cell Division in Plants and Animals Section 3: Control of the Cell Cycle Main Menu

75 Chapter 11: Meiosis and Sexual Reproduction
Visual Concepts Section 1: Sexual Reproduction Fertilization Chromosome Number Comparing Haploid and Diploid Cells Main Menu

76 Chapter 11: Meiosis and Sexual Reproduction
Visual Concepts Section 1: Homologous Chromosomes Sex Chromosomes and Autosomes The Role of Sex Chromosomes in Sex Determination Section 2: Meiosis Main Menu

77 Chapter 11: Meiosis and Sexual Reproduction
Visual Concepts Section 2: Comparing Meiosis and Mitosis Comparing the Results of Meiosis and Mitosis Tetrads and Crossing-Over of Genetic Material Independent Assortment Main Menu

78 Chapter 11: Meiosis and Sexual Reproduction
Visual Concepts Section 3: Formation of Sperm Formation of the Egg Cell Alternation of Generations Main Menu

79 Chapter 12: Mendel and Heredity
Visual Concepts Section 1: Mendel’s Experiments Section 2: Allele Comparing Dominant and Recessive Traits Genotype Main Menu

80 Chapter 12: Mendel and Heredity
Visual Concepts Section 2: Comparing Genotype and Phenotype Comparing Homozygous and Heterozygous Genotypes and Resulting Phenotypes Main Menu

81 Chapter 12: Mendel and Heredity
Visual Concepts Section 3: Punnett Square with Heterozygous Cross Calculating Probability Pedigree Sex Linkage Main Menu

82 Chapter 12: Mendel and Heredity
Visual Concepts Section 4: Comparing Complete, Incomplete, and Codominance Main Menu

83 Chapter 13: DNA, RNA, and Proteins
Visual Concepts Section 1: Transformation Hershey and Chase’s Experiments Double Helix DNA Overview Complementary Base Pairing Main Menu

84 Chapter 13: DNA, RNA, and Proteins
Visual Concepts Section 2: DNA Replication Replication Forks Increase the Speed of Replication Main Menu

85 Chapter 13: DNA, RNA, and Proteins
Visual Concepts Section 3: Ribonucleic Acid (RNA) Types of RNA Transcription Ribosomes Codons in mRNA Main Menu

86 Chapter 14: Genes in Action
Visual Concepts Section 1: Mutation Section 2: Regulator Gene Repression of the lac Operon Activation of Transcription in the lac Operon Main Menu

87 Chapter 14: Genes in Action
Visual Concepts Section 2: Enhancers for Control of Gene Expression Comparing Introns and Exons Main Menu

88 Chapter 15: Gene Technologies and Human Applications
Visual Concepts Section 1: Genome Section 2: Genetic Engineering Genetically Engineered Vaccines Cloning Vectors and Plasmids Cloning Main Menu

89 Chapter 15: Gene Technologies and Human Applications
Visual Concepts Section 3: Action of Restriction Enzymes Gel Electrophoresis Polymerase Chain Reaction Making a DNA Fingerprint Using Plasmids to Produce Insulin Main Menu

90 Chapter 16: Evolutionary Theory
Visual Concepts Section 1: Darwin’s Theories Lamarck’s Theory of Evolution Population Growth Section 2: Natural Selection Adaptation Main Menu

91 Chapter 16: Evolutionary Theory
Visual Concepts Section 2: Geographic Isolation Similarities in Embryology Vestigial Structures Homologous Features Similarities in Macromolecules Main Menu

92 Chapter 16: Evolutionary Theory
Visual Concepts Section 3: Gradualism Comparing Punctuated Equilibrium and Gradualism Main Menu

93 Chapter 17: Population Genetics and Speciation
Visual Concepts Section 1: Population and Gene Movement Single Allele, Multiple Allele and Polygenic Traits Section 2: Comparing the Effects of Random and Nonrandom Mating Natural Selection Main Menu

94 Chapter 17: Population Genetics and Speciation
Visual Concepts Section 3: Geographic Isolation Reproductive Isolation Main Menu

95 Chapter 19: History of Life on Earth
Visual Concepts Section 2: Half-life Radiometric Dating Main Menu

96 Chapter 19: History of Life on Earth
Visual Concepts Section 3: Ozone and Ecosystems Comparing Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes Comparing Organisms That Are Unicellular and Multicellular Mass Extinction Main Menu

97 Chapter 20: Bacteria and Viruses
Visual Concepts Section 1: Characteristics of Bacteria Gram Stain Chemoautotroph Conjugation Main Menu

98 Chapter 20: Bacteria and Viruses
Visual Concepts Section 2: Virus Parts of a Virus Bacteriophage Lytic Cycle Lysogenic Cycle Relationship Between Lytic and Lysogenic Cycles Main Menu

99 Chapter 20: Bacteria and Viruses
Visual Concepts Section 3: Pathogen AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome) Main Menu

100 Chapter 21: Protists Visual Concepts
Section 1: Characteristics of Protists Origin of Eukaryotic Cells Sexual Reproduction in Unicellular Protists Reproduction in Ulva Main Menu

101 Chapter 21: Protists Visual Concepts
Section 2: Types of Animal-like Protists Parts of an Amoeba Movement of an Amoeba Feeding Habits of an Amoeba Feeding Habits of a Ciliate Main Menu

102 Chapter 21: Protists Visual Concepts
Section 2: Sexual Reproduction in Paramecium Feeding Habit of Flagellate Main Menu

103 Chapter 22: Fungi Visual Concepts Section 1: Characteristics of Fungi
Body Structure of Fungi Section 2: Sexual Reproduction in Zygomycetes Asexual Reproduction in Zygomycetes Main Menu

104 Chapter 22: Fungi Visual Concepts
Section 2: Sexual Reproduction in Ascomycetes Asexual Reproduction in Ascomycetes Sexual Reproduction in Basidiomycetes Main Menu

105 Chapter 22: Fungi Visual Concepts Section 2: Parts of a Mushroom
Symbiosis Main Menu

106 Chapter 23: Plant Diversity and Life Cycles
Visual Concepts Section 1: Requirements for Plants to Survive on Land Section 2: Characteristics of Nonvascular Plants Parts of a Fern Main Menu

107 Chapter 23: Plant Diversity and Life Cycles
Visual Concepts Section 3: Characteristics of Vascular Plants With Seeds Characteristics of Gymnosperms Types of Gymnosperms Life Cycle of Conifers Main Menu

108 Chapter 23: Plant Diversity and Life Cycles
Visual Concepts Section 4: Characteristics of Angiosperms Parts of a Flower Fertilization of a Flower Flowers and Animal Pollinators Development of a Fruit Main Menu

109 Chapter 24: Seed Plant Structure and Growth
Visual Concepts Section 1: Dermal Tissue Systems in Plants Stomata Xylem Phloem Ground Tissue System in Plants Main Menu

110 Chapter 24: Seed Plant Structure and Growth
Visual Concepts Section 2: Types of Roots Stem Leaf Adaptations Main Menu

111 Chapter 24: Seed Plant Structure and Growth
Visual Concepts Section 3: Germination of a Dicot Germination of a Monocot Meristem Primary Growth in Plants Secondary Growth in Plants Main Menu

112 Chapter 25: Plant Processes
Visual Concepts Section 1: Transpiration Translocation Section 2: Types of Plant Hormones Tropism Dormancy Main Menu

113 Chapter 26: Introduction to Animals
Visual Concepts Section 1: Comparing Autotrophs and Heterotrophs Characteristics of Animals Section 2: Comparing Exoskeletons and Endoskeletons Comparing of Open and Closed Circulatory Systems Main Menu

114 Chapter 26: Introduction to Animals
Visual Concepts Section 2: Sexual Reproduction Section 3: Cephalization Cleavage and Blastula Formation Body Cavity Segmentation Main Menu

115 Chapter 26: Introduction to Animals
Visual Concepts Section 4: Parts of a Chordate Characteristics of Invertebrate Chordates Origin of Jaws Advantage of Paired Fins Main Menu

116 Chapter 26: Introduction to Animals
Visual Concepts Section 4: Comparing Endotherms and Ectotherms Therapsids Main Menu

117 Chapter 27: Simple Invertebrates
Visual Concepts Section 1: Feeding Habits of Sponges Reproduction in Sponges Section 2: Comparing Medusa and Polyp Bodies Cnidocytes Main Menu

118 Chapter 27: Simple Invertebrates
Visual Concepts Section 2: Types of Cnidarians Coral Reefs Section 3: Characteristics of Flatworms Life Cycle of Tapeworms Life Cycle of Flukes Main Menu

119 Chapter 28: Mollusks and Annelids
Visual Concepts Section 1: Characteristics of Mollusks Radula Anatomy of a Trochophore Types of Mollusks Characteristics of Gastropods Main Menu

120 Chapter 28: Mollusks and Annelids
Visual Concepts Section 1: Characteristics of Cephalopod Characteristics of Bivalves Section 2: Characteristics of Annelids Movement of an Earthworm Feeding Habits of an Earthworm Main Menu

121 Chapter 29: Arthropods and Echinoderms
Visual Concepts Section 1: Characteristics of Arthropods Arthropod Exoskeleton Compound Eyes Section 2: Types of Arachnids Spinneret Main Menu

122 Chapter 29: Arthropods and Echinoderms
Visual Concepts Section 2: Characteristics of Crustaceans Anatomy of a Crayfish Section 3: Complete Metamorphosis Incomplete Metamorphosis Social Insects Main Menu

123 Chapter 29: Arthropods and Echinoderms
Visual Concepts Section 4: Characteristics of Echinoderms Water-vascular System Anatomy of a Sea Star Types of Echinoderms Main Menu

124 Chapter 30: Fishes and Amphibians
Visual Concepts Section 1: Characteristics of Fish Swim Bladder Lateral Line Fish Kidneys Section 2: Characteristics of Bony Fishes Main Menu

125 Chapter 30: Fishes and Amphibians
Visual Concepts Section 3: Characteristics of Amphibians Respiration in Amphibians Frog Heart and Double-Loop Circulation Section 4: Types of Amphibians Amphibian Life Cycle Main Menu

126 Chapter 31: Reptiles and Birds
Visual Concepts Section 1: Characteristics of Reptiles Comparing Endotherms and Ectotherms Reptile Heart Amniotic Egg Main Menu

127 Chapter 31: Reptiles and Birds
Visual Concepts Section 2: Types of Reptiles Anatomy of a Snake Section 3: Characteristics of Birds Bird Digestive System Bird Adaptations for Flight Main Menu

128 Chapter 31: Reptiles and Birds
Visual Concepts Section 3: Beak Adaptations and Bird Diversity Foot Adaptations and Bird Diversity Bird Lungs Bird Heart Section 4: Types of Birds Main Menu

129 Chapter 32: Mammals Visual Concepts
Section 1: Characteristics of Mammals Types of Teeth Function of a Placenta Echolocation Main Menu

130 Chapter 32: Mammals Visual Concepts
Section 2: Types of Terrestrial Placental Mammals Types of Placental Marine Mammals Section 3: Types of Primates Comparing Gorilla and Australopithecine Skeletons Hominid Main Menu

131 Chapter 33: Animal Behavior
Visual Concepts Section 2: Insect Communication Sexual Selection Main Menu

132 Chapter 34: Skeletal, Muscular, and Integumentary Systems
Visual Concepts Section 1: Body Tissues Overview of Organ Systems Main Menu

133 Chapter 34: Skeletal, Muscular, and Integumentary Systems
Visual Concepts Section 2: Anatomy of a Human Skeletal System Bone Marrow and Production of Red Blood Cells Human Bone Growth Types of Joints Main Menu

134 Chapter 34: Skeletal, Muscular, and Integumentary Systems
Visual Concepts Section 3: Muscular Movement and Bones Close-Up of a Skeletal Muscle Muscle Contraction Section 4: Parts of the Skin Cross Section of a Fingernail Main Menu

135 Chapter 35: Circulatory and Respiratory Systems
Visual Concepts Section 1: Human Heart Control of the Human Heartbeat Types of Blood Vessels Movement of Lymph Section 2: Heart Attack Main Menu

136 Chapter 35: Circulatory and Respiratory Systems
Visual Concepts Section 3: Parts of the Human Respiratory System Alveolus/Alveoli Respiration Hemoglobin and the Transport of Oxygen Blood and the Transport of Oxygen Main Menu

137 Chapter 36: Digestive and Excretory Systems
Visual Concepts Section 1: Types of Nutrients Section 2: Anatomy of the Human Digestive System Mechanical Digestion Main Menu

138 Chapter 36: Digestive and Excretory Systems
Visual Concepts Section 2: Chemical Digestion Absorption of Nutrients in the Intestines Peristalsis Main Menu

139 Chapter 36: Digestive and Excretory Systems
Visual Concepts Section 3: Waste Substances and Excretion Sites Sources of Water Balance in Humans Formation of Urine Main Menu

140 Chapter 37: The Body’s Defenses
Visual Concepts Section 1: Pathogen Fever as a Nonspecific Defense Inflammatory Response Recognition of Pathogens Main Menu

141 Chapter 37: The Body’s Defenses
Visual Concepts Section 2: Cell Mediated Immune Response Primary and Secondary Immune Response Antigen Shifting Section 3: Course of an HIV Infection Main Menu

142 Chapter 38: Nervous System
Visual Concepts Section 1: Anatomy of the Human Nervous System Cerebrum Parts of the Human Brain Cerebellum Main Menu

143 Chapter 38: Nervous System
Visual Concepts Section 1: Comparing Sensory and Motor Neurons Comparing the Somatic and Autonomic Nervous Systems Reflex Main Menu

144 Chapter 38: Nervous System
Visual Concepts Section 2: Action Potential Release of Neurotransmitters Section 3: Sense Organs Types of Sensory Receptors Human Eyes Main Menu

145 Chapter 38: Nervous System
Visual Concepts Section 3: Comparing Rods and Cones Human Hearing Comparing Taste and Smell Section 4: Depressants Stimulants Main Menu

146 Chapter 38: Nervous System
Visual Concepts Section 4: Health Risks of Smoking Blood Alcohol Concentration and Its Effects Narcotic Tolerance Main Menu

147 Chapter 39: Endocrine System
Visual Concepts Section 1: Comparing Endocrine and Exocrine Glands Comparing Hormones and Prostaglandins Action of Amino Acid-Based Hormones Main Menu

148 Chapter 39: Endocrine System
Visual Concepts Section 1: Action of Steroid Hormones Comparing Positive and Negative Feedback Section 2: Pituitary Gland Anatomy of the Human Thyroid Gland Main Menu

149 Chapter 39: Endocrine System
Visual Concepts Section 2: Parathyroid Gland Pancreas Pineal Gland Adrenal Gland Gonads Main Menu

150 Chapter 40: Reproduction and Development
Visual Concepts Section 1: Path of Sperm through the Male Body Section 2: Path of an Egg through the Female Body Menstrual Cycle and Uterine Lining Menstrual Cycle and Hormones Main Menu

151 Chapter 40: Reproduction and Development
Visual Concepts Section 3: Cleavage and Implantation Pregnancy Overview Function of a Placenta First Trimester Second Trimester Third Trimester Main Menu

152 Chapter 41: Forensic Science
Visual Concepts Section 1: Types of Microscopes Section 2: Polymerase Chain Reaction Main Menu

153 Image Bank Chapter 1: Biology and You
Chapter 2: Applications of Biology Chapter 3: Chemistry of Life Chapter 4: Ecosystems Chapter 5: Populations and Communities Chapter 6: The Environment Chapter 7: Cell Structure Chapter 8: Cells and Their Environment Chapter 9: Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Chapter 10: Cell Growth and Division Main Menu

154 Image Bank Chapter 11: Meiosis and Sexual Reproduction
Chapter 12: Mendel and Heredity Chapter 13: DNA, RNA, and Proteins Chapter 14: Genes in Action Chapter 15: Gene Technologies and Human Applications Chapter 16: Evolutionary Theory Chapter 17: Population Genetics and Speciation Chapter 18: Classification Chapter 19: History of Life on Earth Chapter 20: Bacteria and Viruses Main Menu

155 Image Bank Chapter 21: Protists Chapter 22: Fungi
Chapter 23: Plant Diversity and Life Cycles Chapter 24: Seed Plant Structure and Growth Chapter 25: Plant Processes Chapter 26: Introduction to Animals Chapter 27: Simple Invertebrates Chapter 28: Mollusks and Annelids Chapter 29: Arthropods and Echinoderms Chapter 30: Fishes and Amphibians Main Menu

156 Image Bank Chapter 31: Reptiles and Birds Chapter 32: Mammals
Chapter 33: Animal Behavior Chapter 34: Skeletal, Muscular, and Integumentary Systems Chapter 35: Circulatory and Respiratory Systems Chapter 36: Digestive and Excretory Systems Chapter 37: The Body’s Defenses Chapter 38: Nervous System Chapter 39: Endocrine System Chapter 40: Reproduction and Development Chapter 41: Forensic Science Main Menu

157 Standardized Test Prep
Chapter 1: Biology and You Chapter 2: Applications of Biology Chapter 3: Chemistry of Life Chapter 4: Ecosystems Chapter 5: Populations and Communities Chapter 6: The Environment Chapter 7: Cell Structure Chapter 8: Cells and Their Environment Chapter 9: Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Chapter 10: Cell Growth and Division Main Menu

158 Standardized Test Prep
Chapter 11: Meiosis and Sexual Reproduction Chapter 12: Mendel and Heredity Chapter 13: DNA, RNA, and Proteins Chapter 14: Genes in Action Chapter 15: Gene Technologies and Human Applications Chapter 16: Evolutionary Theory Chapter 17: Population Genetics and Speciation Chapter 18: Classification Chapter 19: History of Life on Earth Chapter 20: Bacteria and Viruses Main Menu

159 Standardized Test Prep
Chapter 21: Protists Chapter 22: Fungi Chapter 23: Plant Diversity and Life Cycles Chapter 24: Seed Plant Structure and Growth Chapter 25: Plant Processes Chapter 26: Introduction to Animals Chapter 27: Simple Invertebrates Chapter 28: Mollusks and Annelids Chapter 29: Arthropods and Echinoderms Chapter 30: Fishes and Amphibians Main Menu

160 Standardized Test Prep
Chapter 31: Reptiles and Birds Chapter 32: Mammals Chapter 33: Animal Behavior Chapter 34: Skeletal, Muscular, and Integumentary Systems Chapter 35: Circulatory and Respiratory Systems Chapter 36: Digestive and Excretory Systems Chapter 37: The Body’s Defenses Chapter 38: Nervous System Chapter 39: Endocrine System Chapter 40: Reproduction and Development Chapter 41: Forensic Science Main Menu


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