Campbell Biology (9th Edition)Author:
Jane B. Reece, Lisa A. Urry, Michael L. Cain, Steven A. Wasserman, Peter V. Minorsky, Robert B. Jackson
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Pub Date: 2010
Publisher: Benjamin Cummings
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This book did a great job of illustrating the concepts through visual reinforcers. Diagrams, charts, and pictures helped to solidify the lessons being taught.read more
I found the terminology to be a bit inconsistent with other similar books. I can remember my professor saying on a few occasions that we were going to use a different term because the book was using a less common one.
Journalism. This was a great book because it taught me the ins and outs of Journalism.read more
I used this in my Intro to Journalism class. The class taught us how to write news articles the proper way.
The individual chapters are much too lengthy for a student to read. There is too much information being presented at one time.read more
This class was Biology for plants and animal. For the first half of the semester Dr. Goldstein taught the animals section and the other half of the semester, Dr. Cipollini taught the plants section. This class also came with a lab and recitation section.
the book was very informative and went along well with the teachers material. the book does an excellent job at explaining everything.read more
i learned a about biology and the different structures of life.
Learned a lot. Great book. Easy to read and understand. I would recommend this book for students taking biology in college.read more
General biology course for college students who major in biology.
The most interesting thing in this book has to be pedigree. I learned what my pedigree was and where I got my hair color, eye color, and even freckles.read more
This book was used for my biology class. Everything we learned from the biology in plants and animals to the human body was well layed out in this book.
The glossary was easy to relate to and the book was hard covered helped with damages and weather.read more
Easy reading nothing hard about the vocabulary. The lettering was a good size so I could read without squinting.
Some concepts were not explained as much as I would have hoped, but they were few and far between. Overall, I loved this book and would highly recommend it to anyone who is a beginner biology student.read more
This book takes the concepts and breaks them down into smaller understandable sections. Some of these concepts are very dense and hard to understand, and makes it interesting while doing it. One of the best things this book does is give real life stories that puts the concepts into action.
The diagrams and pictures were very helpful in explaining complex ideas and concepts.read more
If the key vocabulary terms were highlighted. If there were videos that went along with each unit as another tool for understanding as I am more of a visual learner and benefit from watching videos.
I used this books for both my cellular and organismal introductory biology courses, it covered everything from the basics of cellular respiration to population biology. It have a great overview of the concepts of biology. I felt prepared for my upper division courses.read more
The figures in this book were great for understanding concepts that would have otherwise been lost in the text.
I already knew the information. I had used the same book in high school but i did not realize that. People that are biology majors will benefit greatly from this book.read more
It helped me get through the class. I used the book all the time to do my homework and by reading the book I knew what was going on in class.
This book is very helpful for the intro biology student The material was easy to understand if read thoroughly and had good review material as wellread more
Good explanations and online supplements as well as visuals
Pub Date: 2010
Publisher: Benjamin Cummings