- What : TEST BANK
- ISBN : 0815344325
- Year Published : 2015
- Publisher : Garland Science
- Edition : 6th
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MariÃ«lle Hoefnagels passion as a classroom instructor is evident in this new edition with her Learn How To Learn Roadmap-teaching students to think like a scientist!MariÃ«lle Hoefnagels is an award winning teacher and professor of biology at the University of Oklahoma. Her concepts-oriented introductory biology text places greater emphasis on the processes of scientific investigation and evolution than any other comparable textbook. Her teaching experience is evident in the book through its use of student-centered art, applications and innovative pedagogy using a Whats the Point focus on relevance and importance.LEARN HOW TO LEARN/SCIENCE AS A PROCESS-Application and Relevancy!
MORE CONSISTENT EVOLUTION COVERAGE-Investigating Life: each chapterâ€™s capstone concept focuses on a scientific study that shed light on an evolutionary topic. In each case, the emphasis is on how scientists developed and tested a specific hypothesis.
MODERN APPROACH TO GENETICS– The genetics unit has been rearranged to combine the material on gene function with DNA structure.
CONNECT PLUS AND LEARNSMART– Hoefnagels 2e has market leading text assets and it has now entered into the realm of text specific digital tools with Connect Plus and LearnSmart. Users who purchase Connect Plus receive access to the full online ebook version of the textbook.
About the Author: Marille Hoefnagels is assistant professor at the University of Oklahoma, where she teaches nonmajors courses in biology and microbiology, and a course on fungi for advanced botany and microbiology majors. She earned her B.S. in environmental science from the University of California at Riverside, her M.S. in soil science from North Carolina State University, and her Ph.D. in Botany and Plant Pathology from Oregon State University.
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