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This book addresses important current and historical topics in astrobiology and the search for life beyond Earth, including the search for extraterrestrial intelligence. Biogeography Lectures This note covers the following topics: The second and third editions involved the update of this information and its integration into chapters covering the major processes central to the replication and pathology of baculoviruses. Reading this text does not take too much time. Sadia Sultan Pages.
I pointed out the the inconsistency in the organization in the organization section.
Not all topics headers have information associated with them. I did not have an issue finding specific sections within the book. The outline style of the text makes it easy to find topics. I don't have an issue with the logical order of the topics. However, Section 6 "Cell" and Section 15 "Genetics" appear to be major headings and the following chapters are subsection of the major topic.
The authors use of the same numbering between these headings and the other chapters makes for a slightly awkward flow. The lack of figures makes the interface easy. The text is in a straightforward style, thus easy to read.
I did not notice anything offensive. The lack of examples helps the text steer away from controversial topics. This book I think is a helpful outline of an introductory course. It can help an instructor who is unsure about the topics that should be covered.
It isn't comprehensive enough to be a stand alone resource for a class. While the text covers a multitude of topics, it doesn't give the details often required for thorough understanding. I do not agree with citing Wikipedia as a scientist, because of the ability to edit the information.
I learned it was always best to use peer reviewed materials. The text is more of a bulleted list of topics that doesn't seem to need the majority of the sub-categories and is sometimes redundant in placement of the material. Text seems consistent but has details in some sections, and rather vague in others to be considered a general biology text. Short bullet points help, and it seems very helpful as a study guide for something larger with more in depth discussions.
This book covers almost every topic that biology major students should know, however, it misses information in every topic. In another word, it tries to cover everything but failed to cover everything in detailed, especially it misses some In another word, it tries to cover everything but failed to cover everything in detailed, especially it misses some important information that a regular textbook should contain.
It more looks like a study guide for test instead of a learning material. It tells you what type of information you should know, however, you probably have to search more detailed information in each unit somewhere else.
Content appeared to be accurate for me. Probably it needs to be added more updated knowledge in a newer version.
This book is not up-dated as I mentioned above. It definitely can be added more update information as the progress of the technology.
However, this book is easy to be updated by any instructors with newer and more information in their own manner due to the special structure of this book.
Some concepts should be explained with more words and sentences. This textbook is somewhat inconsistent. As for the structure, some chapters contains more information than other chapters.
In another word, some chapters use a bullets format, but the others use a paragraph format and try to explain more detailed information. This book is very easy to be divided into smaller reading sections for sure due to its special structure. It is easy to reorganized and realigned by any instructor based on how he or she wants to structure his or her course. The topics in the text are presented in a logical order, however, it can use more subunit under each chapter to make this textbook look more organized.
This book does not contain too many figures.
It might be a good way in some purpose, for example, you only want to use this book as a study guide. However, as a real textbook, it definitely needs more graphs and figures to improve the readability of this textbook. This book is not culturally insensitive or offensive in any way.
This textbook can be good or bad for you depends on how you want to use it and in which way. It is more like a quick study review for general biology instead of a regular textbook. As I mentioned above, if you want to quickly go through every topic covered by general biology in a really basic level, this book can be useful for you.
However, if you want more detailed information and use this book as a main textbook resource for your two semester length course, this book is not your best choice. The text covers most subjects of general biology.
Because it is very concise using bullets in many places , not many information is included. The knowledge depth is not adequate for a real textbook. Content appears accurate. DNA sequencing section may need to be updated with next generation sequencing information. The text is too short. It does not contain enough information to be a textbook.
It can be useful for quick review for exams. Certain chapters and paragraphs are clear and contain enough information. However, most of the text does not contain enough information, largely due to the fact that this book is more like a summary of various topics in biology, not a real textbook.
The text is not consistent in terms of style, formatting, clarity, and information provided. For instance, only practice questions are provided for a couple of topics.
The text uses a bullet point style, which makes the modularity very clear. However, by doing so, lots of information is omitted. The topics are divided into chapters only. It can be improved if the chapters are organized by units.
There are some grammatical errors, such as misspellings, extra words or numbers, and incorrect use of plurals. Formats are not consistent. This book summarizes the main concepts in general biology. It can be used for preview and review purposes. The text is easy to read. This is not a comprehensive text. If all of the topics that are missing from this text were included in this review, the review would be as long as the text.
The PDF is less than pages long for what is typically taught in two one-semester The PDF is less than pages long for what is typically taught in two one-semester classes.
Sufficient detail and background information is not provided. The entire PDF only includes six figures. In particular, information on diversity is incomplete with the majority of taxonomic levels and categories missing. For example, in Chapter 24 Chordates, information on Class Osteichthyes consists of a couple of sentences on Subclass Sarcopterygii.
Ray-finned fishes are not included. Only one half page of information is provided on Class Aves. Class Mammalia is covered in less than one page. Section Developmental biology, comparative physiology, ecology at any level , behavior, endosymbiosis, plant anatomy and plant physiology are a few of the topics absent from the PDF.
The glossary is half of a page with many definitions missing. No index is included.
Text content is not accurate, error-free and unbiased. Very little organismal and diversity of life information is provided. Unfortunately, adequate and appropriate quantity of information is not provided for any topic. Proof reading did not occur. Under the section The PDF is outdated and no longer relevant. An incomplete and outdated classification of Kingdom Animalia is used. Important plant, fungi and protist phyla are missing as are milestones in animal evolution and characteristics that allowed plants to colonize land.
The minimal amount of biotechnology information included in the PDF is also outdated. The PDF is highly inconsistent. The ebook "Engineering Mathematics: The Evolution of Modern Science outlines the story of science from Aristotle to the present.
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