|Author||Strausbaugh, Perry Daniel, 1886-1965|
|Title||General biology / Perry Daniel Strausbaugh and Bernal R. Weimer|
|Imprint||New York : John Wiley, c1947, 1948|
|Descript||vii, 718 p. : ill., col. plates, maps, diagrs. ; 22 cm|
1. What is biology? -- 2. Life: What is its nature? What are the characteristics living things? -- 3. Metabolism. How is food maufactured? The food-manufacturing plant -- 4. Metabolism. How can food be digested and absorbed? -- 5. Metablism. How is food transported and distributed? -- 6. Metabolism. How is energy released? Respiration -- 7. Metabolism. What other waste materials are produced and eliminated? The cycles in nature -- 8. How do plants and animals adjust themselvees to their environment? Chemical coordination -- 9. How do plants and animals adjust themselves to their environment? Tropisms, nervous coordination, and movement -- 10. How do living organisms grow and reproduce? Growth and reproduction -- 11. How do plants and animals inherit? Heredity and eugenics -- 12. How are plants and animals named and classified? Taxonomy -- 13. The animal Kingdom. What are invertebrates? -- 14. The Animal Kingdom. What are chordates? -- 15. The Plant Kingdom. Waht are thallaphytes and bryophytes? -- 16. The plant Kingdom. What are pteridophytes and spermatophytes? -- 17. How are living organisms related to their environment? Ecology -- 18. What is evolution?
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