Biology: A Self-Teaching Guide (Paperback)
An Interactive, Easy-to-Use Introductory Guide to Major Biology Concepts
For students looking for a solid introduction to Biology, the new 3rd Edition of Biology: A Teaching Guide is the perfect learning tool. The latest edition has been updated to include the most up-to-date information on everything from photosynthesis to physiology.
For students preparing for exams or individuals who want to review material from years past, the step-by-step format is designed to help students and teachers alike easily understand complex concepts, key terms, and frequently asked questions. The guide includes a comprehensive glossary and self-test questions in each chapter, allowing students to reinforce their knowledge and better understand the concepts.
In A Teaching Guide, learn about the foundational aspects of biology, including:
● How photosynthesis occurs
● Whether viruses are living or dead
● The reproductive sexual terms behind cloning
● Comprehensive treatment of all aspects of life science
Thoroughly updated with self-teaching practice exams and questions, this comprehensive guide is designed to give students the tools they need to master the fundamental concepts and critical definitions behind biology.
About the Author
STEVEN DANIEL GARBER, PHD, is an environmental advisor, author, and educator. He has taught biology in public schools and at Cornell University, the City University of New York, and Rutgers University. Steven has worked as a biologist at the American Museum of Natural History, the National Park Service, Yale University's Peabody Museum of Natural History, and the New York City Parks Department. He is the author of The Urban Naturalist and Biology: A Self-Teaching Guide.