(BQ) Ebook Life science: Systems of the Human Body presents about how is your body’s circulatory system like a car’s fuel system? What are the sacs with thin walls that are at the end of the bronchioles called? If you hold your breath, what gas builds up in your blood?.
(BQ) Ebook Life science: Life in the Biosphere includes how are organisms on Earth connected? Organization of the Biosphere, the needs of organisms, What are Earth’s biomes? Climate and Biomes, deciduous forests, rain forests, grasslands,...
Ebook Life science: Predator and Prey includes about why are predators at the mercy of their prey? What need do all desert animals have in common? What adaptations are common to many animals in polar regions? Sea creatures have different adaptations for survival in the oceans.
(BQ) Ebook Life science: Earth's Ecosystems provides about what is the task of decomposers in an ecosystem? What is the difference between a food chain and a food web? What are two ways that carbon can enter an ecosystem? Mutualism and commensalism are two different kinds of symbiosis.
(BQ) Ebook Life science: Reproduction helps you know what is asexual reproduction, and what are three forms of asexual reproduction? How can a guinea pig with smooth fur and a pair of smooth coat genes give birth to a baby with a rough coat? What happens during selective breeding?.
(BQ) Ebook Life science: Reproduction of Species provides about how are traits passed on from parents to offspring? How does DNA make a copy of itself? Some animals reproduce by sexual reproduction. What is the difference between internal and external fertilization? Give examples.
(BQ) Ebook Life science: How Plants Grow and Change provides about what do plants need to live? What are some ways that seeds are moved? What is a spore? Some plants have ﬁ brous roots, while others have taproots; describe how these roots are different, and how they help the plant get what it needs.
(BQ) Ebook Life science: Inside Ecosystems includes about arrange the following elements in order from the smallest to the largest: ecosystem, organism, community, population, biome; you have learned that more plant and animal species are found in rain forest biomes than in all other biomes; what factors of an ecosystem make it well suited for organisms to live and thrive? Where is more energy found in a food web.
(BQ) Ebook Life science: How Plants and Animals Live helps you know what parts of a bird help it get food? How does a stem help a plant? Camouflage helps some living things stay safe. Write to explain how one living thing in the book uses camouflage to stay safe.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Physical chemistry for the life sciences" has contents: The first law, the second law, phase equilibria, chemical equilibrium, thermodynamics of ion and electron transport, the rates of reactions, accounting for the rate laws, complex biochemical processes.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Physical chemistry for the life sciences" has contents: Microscopic systems and quantization, the chemical bond, macromolecules and self-assembly, optical spectroscopy and photobiology, magnetic resonance.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Calculus for business, economics, and the social and life sciences" has contents: Functions, graphs, and limits; differentiation - basic concepts; additional applications of the derivative; exponential and logarithmic functions.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Calculus for business, economics, and the social and life sciences" has contents: Integration, additional topics in integration, calculus of several variables. Please refer to the content
(BQ) Part 1 book "Statistics for the life sciences" has contents: Introduction, description of samples and populations, probability and the binomial distribution, the normal distribution, sampling distributions, confidence intervals, comparison of two independent samples.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Statistics for the life sciences" has contents: Comparison of paired samples; categorical data - one-s ample distributions; categorical data - relationships, comparing themeans of many independent samples, linear regression and correlation, a summary of inference methods.
The present volume studies the application of concepts from non-equilibrium thermodynamics to a variety of research topics. Emphasis is on the Maximum Entropy Production (MEP) principle and applications to Geosphere-Biosphere couplings. Written by leading researchers from a wide range of backgrounds, the book presents a first coherent account of an emerging field at the interface of thermodynamics, geophysics and life sciences.
In 2006 the Royal Society, in cooperation with the International Council for Science, the
InterAcademy Panel on International Issues (now the IAP—the Global Network of
Science Academies) and the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, organized a workshop
that surveyed trends in science and technology (S&T). The objective was to provide an
independent contribution from the international scientific community to the 6th
Conference of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BWC) that was held in
December of that year. ...
(BQ) Ebook Like science: Body Systems helps you know what are the different types of tissue found in the body? Name the parts of a neuron, and tell what each part does; what is the difference between voluntary and involuntary muscles? Your digestive system breaks down the food you eat so your cells can use it. Write to explain the different ways your body digests food.