This text explores patterns, along with ever-evolving diversity. First, the text puts the smallest unit of life--the cell--under a microscope. Students learn about the parts of cells, their chemistry, and how they function and create energy. Next, the text introduces more complex biological systems. It studies cellular reproduction, inheritance patterns, and genetics. Lastly, they examine how biological systems act upon each other in communities and ecosystems.
|Hardcover Book, 617 pages||English|
|Ags Classic Short Stories (Jan. 30th, 2006)||Unknown|