Campbell Essential Biology with Physiology, Global Edition + Mastering Biology with Pearson eText

Series
Pearson
Author
Eric J. Simon / Jane B. Reece / Rebecca A. Burton / Jean L. Dickey  
Publisher
Pearson
Cover
Softcover
Edition
7
Language
English
Pub.-date
November 2019
ISBN13
9781292307213
ISBN
1292307218
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Description

This title is a Pearson Global Edition. The Editorial team at Pearson has worked closely with educators around the world to include content which is especially relevant to students outside the United States.

 

This package includes Mastering Biology.

 

Develop and Practice Science Literacy Skills

Teach students to view their world using scientific reasoning with Campbell Essential Biology. The authors’ approach equips your students to become better informed citizens, relate concepts from class to their everyday lives, and understand and apply real data, making biology relevant and meaningful to their world and futures.

 

The new edition incorporates instructor feedback on what key skills to highlight in new Process of Science essays and uses striking infographic figures in conveying real data to help students see and better understand how science actually works. New author-narrated Figure Walkthrough Videos guide students through key biology concepts and processes.

 

New topics in Why It Matters inspire curiosity and provide real-world examples to convey why abstract concepts like cell respiration or photosynthesis matter to students. This edition’s unmatched offering of author-created media supports students in the toughest topics with 24/7 access through the enhanced Pearson eText, embedded QR codes in the print text, and Mastering Biology.

 

 

Reach every student by pairing this text with Mastering Biology

Mastering™ is the teaching and learning platform that empowers you to reach every student. By combining trusted author content with digital tools and a flexible platform, Mastering personalizes the learning experience and improves results for each student.


Mastering Biology should only be purchased when required by an instructor. Please be sure you have the correct ISBN and Course ID. Instructors, contact your Pearson representative for more information.

Features

About the Book

Features in the textbook and Mastering Biology work together, creating a seamless learning suite to support student learning. Key concepts in the text are reinforced through assignments in Mastering Biology, bringing learning full circle for students.

Provide students with the opportunity to develop scientific literacy skills

  • UPDATED! Process of Science essays present the material in a non-linear and highly visual format, aligning with widely accepted models of how science actually works.
    • Ch 13: Did Natural Selection Shape the Beaks of Darwin's Finches?
    • Ch 14: Do Human Activities Facilitate Speciation?
    • Ch 16: What Killed the Pines?
    • Ch 20: Does Biodiversity Protect Human Health?
    • Ch 27: Can Botulism Toxin Prevent Headaches?
  • Heavily revised Chapter 1 focuses on science literacy skills to introduce students to the process of science right from the start.
  • NEW! Visualizing the Data figures illustrate data in an infographic format and provide students with a fresh approach to understanding concepts. These 14 figures appear throughout the text with icons flagging where they appear.

Guide students through complex biological processes with engaging visuals

  • NEW! Figure Walkthroughs, written and narrated by the author team, include a QR Code to an accompanying short video that explains the concept or process. The videos are assignable in Mastering Biology.
  • UPDATED! “Why It Matters” photo collages have been updated to increase student curiosity about biology and give students real-world examples to convey why abstract concepts like cell respiration or photosynthesis matter. The authors have made improvements and updates based on reviewer feedback.
  • Select chapters have new Chapter Threads, and all Chapter Thread essays have been updated for currency and relevancy. Each Chapter Thread weaves a compelling topic throughout the chapter, highlighted in the Biology and Society, The Process of Science, and Evolution Connection essays. New Chapter Threads include:
    • Chapter 13: Evolution in Action
    • Chapter 14: Evolution in the Human Dominated World
    • Chapter 18: Biodiversity in Decline
    • Chapter 20: Importance of Biodiversity
    • Chapter 27: Neurotoxins

Innovative approaches to teaching and learning

  • NEW! Two Biology and Society essays have been added, and the Biology and Society essays relating biology to students’ lives are either new or updated. New Biology and Society Essays include:
    • Chapter 7: A Solar Revolution
    • Chapter 10: The Global Threat of Zika Virus
    • Chapter 14: Humanity’s Footprint
    • Chapter 17 Evolving Adaptability
  • “Major Themes in Biology” — Evolution, Structure/Function, Information Flow, Energy Transformations, and Interconnections within Systems — help students see the interconnectedness of concepts and help instructors focus on the big picture ideas in biology. Introduced in Chapter 1, themes appear throughout the text with icons flagging headings where they appear.
    • NEW! Assessment questions reinforce the five major biological themes, are located at the end of each chapter, and are assignable in Mastering Biology.
  • Evolution Connection essays further explore a consistent evolution theme in depth in each chapter.
  • Interpreting Data end-of-chapter questions help students learn to use quantitative material by analyzing graphs and interacting with other data. Interpreting Data activities in Mastering Biology help students continue to practice their graph-analysis s

New to this Edition

About the Book

Features in the textbook and Mastering Biology work together, creating a seamless learning suite to support student learning. Key concepts in the text are reinforced through assignments in Mastering Biology, bringing learning full circle for students.

Provide students with the opportunity to develop scientific literacy skills

  • UPDATED! Process of Science essays present the material in a non-linear and highly visual format, aligning with widely accepted models of how science actually works.
    • Ch 13: Did Natural Selection Shape the Beaks of Darwin's Finches?
    • Ch 14: Do Human Activities Facilitate Speciation?
    • Ch 16: What Killed the Pines?
    • Ch 20: Does Biodiversity Protect Human Health?
    • Ch 27: Can Botulism Toxin Prevent Headaches?
  • Visualizing the Data figures illustrate data in an infographic format and provide students with a fresh approach to understanding concepts. These 14 figures appear throughout the text with icons flagging where they appear.

Guide students through complex biological processes with engaging visuals

  • Figure Walkthroughs, written and narrated by the author team, appear in the chapters and include a QR Code to an accompanying short video that explains the concept or process. The videos are assignable in Mastering Biology.
  • UPDATED! “Why It Matters” photo collages have been updated to increase student curiosity about biology and give students real-world examples to convey why abstract concepts like cell respiration or photosynthesis matter. The authors have made improvements and updates based on reviewer feedback.
  • Select chapters have new Chapter Threads, and all Chapter Thread essays have been updated for currency and relevancy. Each Chapter Thread weaves a compelling topic throughout the chapter, highlighted in the Biology and Society, The Process of Science, and Evolution Connection essays. New Chapter Threads include:
    • Chapter 13: Evolution in Action
    • Chapter 14: Evolution in the Human Dominated World
    • Chapter 18: Biodiversity in Decline
    • Chapter 20: Importance of Biodiversity
    • Chapter 27: Neurotoxins

Innovative approaches to teaching and learning

  • Two Biology and Society essays have been added, and the Biology and Society essays relating biology to students’ lives are either new or updated. New Biology and Society Essays include:
    • Chapter 7: A Solar Revolution
    • Chapter 10: The Global Threat of Zika Virus
    • Chapter 14: Humanity’s Footprint
    • Chapter 17 Evolving Adaptability
  • Assessment questions reinforce the five major biological themes, are located at the end of each chapter, and are assignable in Mastering Biology.

MasteringTM Biology is not included. Students, if Mastering Biology is a recommended/mandatory component of the course, please ask your instructor for the correct ISBN. Mastering Biology should only be purchased when required by an instructor. Instructors, contact your Pearson representative for more information.

Guide students through complex biological processes with engaging visuals

  • Figure Walkthrough Videos, created and narrated by the authors, give students short, clear, and concise explanations of key figures in each chapter. The videos are accessible through QR codes in the print text, and assignable in Mastering Biology.

Innovative approaches to teaching and learning

  • Ready-to-Go Teaching Modules make use of teaching tools for before, during, and after class, including new ideas for in-class act

Table of Contents

1 Learning About Life

CHAPTER THREAD

Swimming with the Turtles  

BIOLOGY AND SOCIETY A Passion for Life

The Scientific Study of Life

An Overview of the Process of Science

Hypotheses, Theories, and Facts   

Controlled Experiments  

THE PROCESS OF SCIENCE Do Baby Turtles Swim?  

Evaluating Scientific Claims

The Properties of Life

Major Themes in Biology

The Relationship of Structure to Function

Information Flow  

Pathways That Transform Energy and Matter

Interactions within Biological Systems  

Evolution   

EVOLUTION CONNECTION Turtles in the Tree of Life

 

UNIT 1 CELLS

2 Essential Chemistry for Biology   

CHAPTER THREAD

Helpful Radiation  

BIOLOGY AND SOCIETY Nuclear Medicine   

Some Basic Chemistry   

Matter: Elements and Compounds   

Atoms

THE PROCESS OF SCIENCE How Effective Is Radiation in Treating Prostate Cancer?

Chemical Bonding and Molecules

Chemical Reactions  

Water and Life

Water  

Acids, Bases, and pH 

EVOLUTION CONNECTION Radioactivity as an Evolutionary Clock  

 

3 The Molecules of Life    

CHAPTER THREAD

Lactose Intolerance   

BIOLOGY AND SOCIETY Got Lactose?

Organic Compounds  

Carbon Chemistry

Giant Molecules from Smaller Building Blocks

Large Biological Molecules  

Carbohydrates

Lipids 

Proteins  

Nucleic Acids 

THE PROCESS OF SCIENCE Does Lactose Intolerance Have a Genetic Basis?   

EVOLUTION CONNECTION The Evolution of Lactose Intolerance in Humans

 

4 A Tour of the Cell

CHAPTER THREAD

Humans Versus Bacteria   

BIOLOGY AND SOCIETY Antibiotics: Drugs That Target Bacterial Cells

The Microscopic World of Cells   

The Two Major Categories of Cells

An Overview of Eukaryotic Cells

Membrane Structure

The Plasma Membrane   

Cell Surfaces  

THE PROCESS OF SCIENCE How Was the First 21st-Century Antibiotic Discovered?

The Nucleus and Ribosomes: Genetic Control of the Cell   

The Nucleus

Ribosomes   

How DNA Directs Protein Production  

The Endomembrane System: Manufacturing and Distributing Cellular Products

The Endoplasmic Reticulum

The Golgi Apparatus  

Lysosomes   

Vacuoles   

Chloroplasts and Mitochondria: Providing Cellular Energy

Chloroplasts

Mitochondria  

The Cytoskeleton: Cell Shape and Movement

Maintaining Cell Shape  

Flagella and Cilia   

EVOLUTION CONNECTION The Evolution of Bacterial Resistance in Humans   

 

5 The Working Cell  

CHAPTER THREAD

Nanotechnology

BIOLOGY AND SOCIETY Harnessing Cellular Structures   

Some Basic Energy Concepts

Conservation of Energy

Heat  

Chemical Energy   

Food Calories 

ATP and Cellular Work

The Structure of ATP 

Phosphate Transfer  

The ATP Cycle  

Enzymes

Activation Energy

THE PROCESS OF SCIENCE Can Enzymes Be Engineered?   

Enzyme Activity

Enzyme Inhibitors

Membrane Function

Passive Transport: Diffusion across Membranes &n