Table of contents for Biological investigations : form, function, diversity, and process / Warren D. Dolphin.

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1  Science: A Way of Gathering Knowledge
2  Techniques in Microscopy
3  Cellular Structure Reflects Function
4  Determining How Materials Enter Cells
5  Quantitative Techniques and Statistics
6  Determining the Properties of an Enzyme
7  Measuring Cellular Respiration
8  Determining Chromosome Number in Mitotic Cells
9  Observing Meiosis and Determining Cross-Over Frequency
10 Determining Genotypes of Fruit Flies
11 Isolating DNA and Working with Plasmids
12 Testing Assumptions in Microevolution and Inducing Mutations
13 Using Bacteria as Experimental Organisms
14 Diversity Among Protists
15 Investigating Plant Phylogeny: Seedless Plants
16 Investigating Plant Phylogeny: Seed Plants
17 Observing Fungal Diversity and Symbiotic Relationships
18 Investigating Early Events in Animal Development
19 Animal Phylogeny: Investigating Evolution of Body Plan
20 Protostomes I: Investigating Evolutionary Development of Complexity
21 Protostomes II: Investigating a Body Plan Allowing Great Diversity
22 Deuterostomes: Investigating Origins of the Vertebrates
23 Investigating Plant Tissues and Primary Root Structure
24 Investigating Primary Structure, Secondary Growth, and Function of Stems
25 Investigating Leaf Structure and Photosynthesis
26 Angiosperm: Reproduction, Germination, and Development
 Investigating Animal Form and Function
27 Investigating Digestive and Gas Exchange Systems
28 Investigating Circulatory Systems
29 Investigating the Excretory and Reproductive Systems
30 Investigating the Properties of Muscle and Skeletal Systems
31 Investigating Nervous and Sensory Systems
32 Statistically Analyzing Simple Behaviors
33 Estimting Population Size and Growth
34 Performing Standard Assays of Water Quality
Appendix A Significant Figures and Rounding
Appendix B Making Graphs
Appendix C Simple Statistics
Appendix D Writing Lab Reports and Scientific Papers

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