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Books with title Microbiology: An Introduction

  • Microbiology: An Introduction

    Gerard J. Tortora, Berdell R. Funke, Christine L. Case

    Paperback (Pearson Benjamin Cummings, July 29, 2006)
    Students can master key concepts and earn a better grade with the help of the clear, concise writing and creative, thought-provoking exercises found in this Study Guide. Revised to match changes in the Ninth Edition, the Study Guide includes concise explanations of key concepts, definitions of important terms, art labeling exercises, critical thinking problems, and a variety of self-test questions with answers.
  • Study Guide for Microbiology: An Introduction

    Gerard J. Tortora, Berdell R. Funke, Christine L. Case

    Paperback (Pearson, Feb. 20, 2009)
    A study guide to accompany the textbook provides explanations of major concepts, definitions of important terms, questions and answers, and experiments.
  • Study Guide for Microbiology: An Introduction

    Berdell R. Funke

    Paperback (Benjamin-Cummings Pub Co, Jan. 1, 1995)
    Students can master key concepts and earn a better grade with the help of the clear, concise writing and creative, thought-provoking exercises found in this Study Guide, written by Berdell Funke, one of the textbook authors. Revised to correspond with changes in the Tenth Edition, the Study Guide includes concise explanations of key concepts, definitions of important terms, art labeling exercises, critical thinking problems, and a variety of self-test questions with answers.
  • Introduction to Biology

    Jane Chisholm

    Paperback (Edc Pub, )
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  • Psychology: An Introduction

    Charles G. Morris, Albert A. Maisto

    Hardcover (Prentice Hall College Div, Jan. 16, 1999)
    This best-selling book on introductory psychology is headlined by the contributions of co-author Al Maisto, the Carnegie Foundation's College Professor of the Year. The close collaboration of master author Charles G. Morris with Al Maisto keeps Psychology: An Introduction at the cutting edge of the discipline through the use of relevant material and recent examples. Classic studies are carefully integrated with the most up-to-date research to provide readers with an accurate and current view of the field. The book presents introductory psychology as a science and as a diverse discipline, with a focus on critical thought and analysis of ideas—and a keen eye on how new technology can enhance the teaching and learning experience. Chapter topics include the biological basis of behavior, sensation and perception, consciousness, learning, memory, cognition and language, intelligence and mental abilities, motivation and emotion, life span development, personality, stress and health psychology, psychological disorders, therapies, and social psychology. For individuals looking for a thorough and appealing introduction to psychology.
  • Psychology: An Introduction

    Charles G. Morris

    Hardcover (Prentice Hall College Div, Oct. 16, 1995)
    Providing coverage of traditional topics, and giving students a grasp of the scope, vocabulary and concepts of psychology, this work combines a concern for research, theory, gender and cross-cultural issues with familiar examples. The author draws students into each chapter through "Online" boxes, linking students to the world of psychology via America OnLine and the World Wide Web/Internet.
  • Introduction to Biology

    Jane Chisholm

    Library Binding (Edc Pub, )
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  • Meteorology: An Introduction

    Christopher Lampton

    Hardcover (Watts, Jan. 1, 1981)
    Discusses the various components of weather, constantly changing phenomena which get their energy from the sun.