A Photographic Atlas for the Biology Laboratory 5th edition
The Photographic Atlas for the Biology Laboratory provides clear photographs and drawings of tissues and organisms similar to specimens seen in a biology laboratory. This new edition of the photographic atlas has been greatly expanded to incorporate additional material found in our Botany and Zoology Atlases. The addition of this material will provide students with a larger library of photographs and a greater likelihood of finding the same specimen they are studying in the laboratory. The terminology matches the terminology found in leading college biology texts. New life cycles have been added to this edition and previously included life cycles have been redrawn to be more accurate and visually appealing. New photographs, re-scanned and or re-imaged photos, new photomicrographs that match more closely what students are likely to observe in the laboratory, and a completely new layout are some of the changes reflected in this new edition. A Photographic Atlas for the Biology Laboratory is a bargain for any student looking to enhance their learning experience inside and outside of the laboratory. All student copies of this atlas are three-hole drilled and shrink-wrapped to facilitate ease of use in the laboratory.
Specifications of A Photographic Atlas for the Biology Laboratory 5th edition
|Author||Kent M. Van De Graaff, John L. Crawley|
|Publisher||Morton Publishing Company|
|Number Of Pages||272|
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