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Learn more about site Giveaway. This item: Campbell Biology 10th Edition. Set up a giveaway. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. In this Seventh Edition , we have added the theme of "biological systems" [0 integrate a variety of research initiatives based on high-throughput data collection and readily available computing power.

But as in all previous editions, the central theme is evolution, which unifies all of biology by accounting for both the unity and diversity of life. Evolution and the other whole-book themes work Wilh the chapter-level concepts [0 help students construct a coherent view of life that will serve them long after they have forgotten the details fossilized in any biology textbook.

Neil Campbell al1djane Reece ductory course. In fact, we are delighted to receive numerous letters and emails from upper-division students and graduate students, including medical students, expressing their appre- Preface O ne of the eminent scientists interviewed in this new edition poimed OUllhat much of the fun of doing bIOlogy comes from working with a diversity of talented people.

The same can be said for making a biology textbook. The authors wish to express their deepest thanks to the numerous instructors, researchers, s[Udcms, publishing professionals, and artists who have contributed to this edition. As authors of both past and present editions of this text, we are mmdful of the daunting challenge of keeping up to date in all areas of our rapidly expanding subjecl.

Her rigorous scholarship and attention to detail in the areas of biological chemistry, cell and molecular biology, genetics, and developmental biology were a great boon.

We thank her for her commitment and enthusiasm, relentless hard work, punctuality, and good cheer throughout the process. Equally helpful was ecologist Manuel MoUes , who brought his scientific and teaching expenise to the revision of Unit 8, enhancing the structure of the unit and its yerbal and visual presentation of ecology; he played a major role rewriting the behavioral ecology chapter, which is essentially new. He also helped provide a more ecological perspective to Chapters 40, 42, and 44, in the unit on animal form and function.

Science writer Carl Zimmer contributed many improvements and new perspectives to Unit 5, the diversity unit. Evolutionary biologist Christopher Wills helped us tackle the challenge of improving and updating Unit 4, the evolution unit, and Chapter Plant biologist Peter Minorsky helped bring Unit 6 up to date.

And neurobiologist Antony Stretton advised us on the revision of Chapters 48 and As in earlier ed itions, immunologist Mary j ane Niles organized and implemented the significant revision of Chapter Thanks also to the instructors who suggested revised or new Concept Check and Chapter Review questions.

It's not easy to write good questions, and we appreciate the time and effon these dedicated educators contributed to enhancing the effectiveness of our books questions.

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Further helping us improve BIOLOGyrs scientific accuracy and pedagogy, about biologists and teachers, cited on the list that follows these Acknowledgements, provided detailed reviews of one or more chapters for this edition. Thanks also to the numerous olher professors and their students, from all over the world, who offered suggestions by writing directly to the authors.

In addition, we appreciate the candid and specific feed back we received from the students and faculty who participated in group discussions held at Skyline College, Mills College, and lndiana x University. Last but not least, we thank our coaUlhors on our nonmajars texts, Eric Simon and Marty Taylor, for providing rigorous feedback on a number of chapters.

Of course, we alone bear the responsibility for any errors that remain in the text, but the dedication of our contributors, advisers, reviewers, and correspondents makes us especially confident in the accuracy of this edition. Many scientists hmT also helped shape this Seventh Edition by discussing their research fields with us, answering specific questions in theil" areas of expertise, and, often, sharing their ideas about biology education.

Interviews with prominent scientists have been a hallmark of BIOLOGY since its inception, and conducting these interviews was again one of the great pleasures of revising the text. To open the eight.

The value of BIOLOGY as a learning tool is greatly enhanced by the supplementary mate rials that have been created for instructors and students.

We recognize that the dedicated aUlhors of these materials are essentially writing mini and not so mini books. Thanks also to Bill Wischusen, who compiled our Active Learning Questions and wrote discussion points.

Once again, we thank our long-time colleague Marty Taylor for her excellent and student-focused work on the Studel1t Study CHide; she has now completed seven editions of this popular student aid.

In addition, we are gratefulLO the many other people-biology instructors, editors, artists, production experts. An all-new design, the comprehensive revision of the illustration program as well as the text, the addition of major new pedagogical feaand a rich package of supplements, both printed and eleclronic, 'ombined with a tight schedule to create unprecedented challenges for I he publishing team.

The members of the core book team at Benjamin Cummings Jrought extraordinary talents and extraordLnarily hard work to thi s ;1rojeCl. Our leader, Editor-in-Chief Beth Wilbur, is a full colleague in.

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Enthusiastic, creative, endlessly supportive of us and the other members. UnOappable under pressure, she navigates difficult situations gracefully-a major asset in a project of this complexity. The incomparable Deborah Gale , Director of Development, managed the entire project on a day-by-day basis.

We are immensely grateful to Pat, the multitalented and tireless Developmental Manager for Biology who has been our colleague for many years, for her incredible dedication, sound editorial judgment, and extraordinary attention to detail. The exceptionally talented Beth Winickoff, new to this Seventh Edition, was the originator of our new process of book development and production.

Where those designations appear in this book, and the publisher was aware of a trademark claim, the designations have been printed in initial caps or all caps. Test PrepSeries: Reece, Lisa A. Urry, Michael L. Cain, Steven A. Wasserman, Peter V. Minorsky, and Robert B. Reece, Martha R. Taylor, Eric J. Simon, and Jean L. Campbell, Brad Williamson, and Robin J. Campbell, Jane B. Reece, and Eric J. Part II, Topic 2, Fig 2. Ed Reschke. Test Prep Series: With operations on every continent, we make it our business to understand the changing needs of students at every level, from kindergarten to college.Other than that book looks good.

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Cain Michael Cain Units 4, 5, and 8 is an ecologist and evolutionary biologist who is now writing full-time. Kane University of Cincinnati , E. Apr

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