By Peter J. Russell, Stephen L. Wolfe

Biology: The Dynamic technological know-how is the 1st common biology textual content with an experimental technique that connects old examine, fresh advances accomplished with molecular instruments, and a glimpse of the long run during the eyes of popular researchers engaged on key unanswered questions of the day. This finished framework doesn't come on the rate of crucial techniques. fairly, it offers a significant, life like context for studying all the middle fabric that scholars needs to grasp of their first path. Written "from the floor up" with minimum jargon and crisp, effortless reasons of the present kingdom of organic wisdom, the textual content helps scholars as they research the clinical process-and the way to imagine as scientists do.

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Over many generations, the evolutionary changes in a population may become extensive enough to produce a new kind of organism. These new types are distinct from their ancestors and cannot interbreed with them. Nevertheless, parental and descendant species often share many characteristics, allowing researchers to understand their relationships and reconstruct their shared evolutionary history. Starting with the first organized cells, this aspect of evolutionary change has contributed to the diversity of life that exists today.

Evolution is the unifying theme that links all the subfields of the biological sciences. 8 CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL CONCEPTS AND RESEARCH 7 numerous offspring, but environmental factors limit the number that actually survive and reproduce. (2) Heritable variations allow some individuals to compete more successfully for space, food, and mates. (3) These successful individuals somehow pass the favorable characteristics to their offspring. (4) As a result, the favorable traits become more common in the next generation, and less successful traits become less common.

Over many generations, the evolutionary changes in a population may become extensive enough to produce a new kind of organism. These new types are distinct from their ancestors and cannot interbreed with them. Nevertheless, parental and descendant species often share many characteristics, allowing researchers to understand their relationships and reconstruct their shared evolutionary history. Starting with the first organized cells, this aspect of evolutionary change has contributed to the diversity of life that exists today.

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