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by Garland Allen,Jeffrey Baker

eBook Biology: Scientific Process and Social Issues ePub
Author: Garland Allen,Jeffrey Baker
Language: English
ISBN: 1891786091
ISBN13: 978-1891786099
Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (May 3, 2001)
Pages: 240
Category: Science & Mathematics
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 180
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Allen and Baker's Biology: Scientific Process and Social Issues is certain to improve science education.

Allen and Baker's Biology: Scientific Process and Social Issues is certain to improve science education. Neil Campbell, Visiting Scholar, University of California, Riverside. This book presents a lucid exposition of the field of biology that should prove widely useful in understanding the way that science works-the construction and testing of hypotheses and the building of a robust body of knowledge that serves humanity well. The text is well suited to several diverse approaches to the field of biology, and should be widely adopted as a thoughtful approach to the field.

Daarvoor wordt geput uit andere bronnen, . Algemene methodologie voor biologen (Van der Steen, 1982 ) en Biology, scientific process and social issues (Allen & Baker, 2001).

This chapter provides an overview of the nature of process in science, and biology in particular, with an emphasis on the fact that science is always an ongoing exploration of unsolved problems. Daarvoor wordt geput uit andere bronnen, . Een aspect waar Gott en medewerkers uitgebreid aandacht aan besteden, het weergeven van waarnemingen en metingen in tabellen en grafieken, hebben wij niet opgenomen.

This book complements fact-drive textbooks in introductory biology courses, or courses in biology and society, by focusing on several important points: (1) Biology as a process of doing science, emphasizing how we know what w. .

This book complements fact-drive textbooks in introductory biology courses, or courses in biology and society, by focusing on several important points: (1) Biology as a process of doing science, emphasizing how we know what we know. This book complements fact-drive textbooks in introductory biology courses, or courses in biology and society, by focusing on several important points: (1) Biology as a process of doing science, emphasizing how we know what we know. 2) It stresses the role of science as a social as well as intellectual process, one that is always embedded in its time and place in history.

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This book complements fact-drive textbooks in introductory biology courses, or courses in biology and society, by focusing on several important points: (1) Biology as a process of doing science, emphasizing how we know what we know

This book complements fact-drive textbooks in introductory biology courses, or courses in biology and society, by focusing on several important points: (1) Biology as a process of doing science, emphasizing how we know what we know. In dealing with the issue of science as a process, the book introduces students to the elements of inductive and deductive logic, hypothesis formulation and testing, the design of experiments and the interpretation of data.

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Автор: Garland Allen Название: Biology: Scientific Process and Social Issues Издательство: Wiley . This book presents a scientific approach to writing that mirrors the sensibilities of scientists and engineers.

This book presents a scientific approach to writing that mirrors the sensibilities of scientists and engineers.

Biology: Scientific Process and Social Issues. by Garland Allen, Jeffrey Baker. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9781891786099 (978-1-891786-09-9) Softcover, Wiley, 2001. Find signed collectible books: 'Biology: Scientific Process and Social Issues'.

"This is a time of enormous change in the life sciences, and today's students need to appreciate science as an ongoing process. Using colorful and interesting examples ranging from medicine and cell biology to evolution and ecology, this book gives the reader a real feel for the dynamic process of science and conveys a clear sense of how discoveries are made. Together with its treatment of important ethical issues, this well written book will make a major contribution to teaching introductory biology." -- Geoffrey M. Cooper, Professor of Biology and Chair, Department of Biology, Boston University
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