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This is the 3rd edition  Book of  Biology book by GEORGE H. FRIED &  GEORGE J. HADEMENOS . This book is specially Designed for undergraduate students of Biology , Zoology, and Biotechnology , the book can also be used by those preparing for various competitive examinations.

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Biology has undergone tremendous changes since the seminal contributions of Watson and Crick inaugurated the era of molecular biology (1953). The more descriptive aspects of the field, long associated with the older notion of biology as natural history, have been complemented by investigative insights that afford an understanding of life in terms of the precise characteristics of macromolecules such as DNA, RNA, and protein. To a marked extent, heredity, development, the control of cell function and even evolution have become better understood by applying the probes of molecular biology.

However, the drama of life and its evolving diversity and scope, requires a perspective of time and an appreciation of meticulous descriptive detail to be truly appreciated. To cover these descriptive and historical aspects while elucidating with thoroughness the biochemical and molecular approaches imposes a daunting challenge to anyone undertaking a concise treatment of modern biology. Maintaining such a balance has been a continuing aim here.

In the outline format, each chapter independently summarizes the material of its major theme and is followed by a series of solved problems which provides both greater depth and an opportunity to clarify material which the student has not completely understood. All of the major themes expected in a one-year biology course at the introductory level are covered in the thirty-three chapters.

Although this book could serve as a primary text in elementary college biology, it is primarily intended as a supplementary text to improve the student’s understanding and achievement in the course. In providing solutions to the problems in the latter part of each chapter, emphasis has been placed on clarity and the importance of mastering fundamentals. Many of the problems used here are derived from actual classroom situations.

Biology need not demand relevance. Our very aliveness underscores the intimacy of the connection between the discipline of biology and our everyday concerns. I trust that the material which has been gathered here will inspire understanding in its readers and promote an excitement and reverence for life as well as responsible conserving citizenship.


PART I Fundamentals of Biology

CHAPTER 1 The Basic Structure of Science 3

1.1 The Methods of Science 1.2 Biology as a Science 1.3 The Significance of Evolution 1.4 Organization of Life

CHAPTER 2 The Chemistry of Life: An Inorganic Perspective

2.1 Atoms, Molecules, and Chemical Bonding 2.2 Chemical Reactions and the Concept of Equilibrium 2.3 Colligative Properties of Solutions 2.4 The Laws of Thermodynamics 2.5 The Special Case of Water 2.6 Maintaining Stable pH in Living Systems

CHAPTER 3 The Chemistry of Life: The Organic Level

3.1 Introduction 3.2 Carbohydrates 3.3 Proteins 3.4 Structure and Functions of Lipids 3.5 The Chemical Basis of Living Systems

PART II Biology of the Cell

CHAPTER 4 The Cellular Organization of Life

4.1 The Cell Doctrine 4.2 Cellular Organization 4.3 Cellular Orga-
nelles 4.4 Plant and Animal Cells: Tissue Organization 4.5 Cell Size and Its Constraints 4.6 Movement Into and Out of the Cell

CHAPTER 5 Energy Transformations

5.1 Energy and Life 5.2 Thermodynamics 5.3 Cell Metabolism 5.4 Bioenergetics

CHAPTER 6 Photosynthesis

6.1 An Overall View 6.2 The Light Reaction 6.3 The Dark Reaction
(Calvin-Benson Cycle) 6.4 Photorespiration 6.5 The C4 Pathway 6.6 Structure and Function in the Chloroplast

PART III Genetics and Inheritance

CHAPTER 7 The Nature of the Gene

7.1 The Concept of Information Processing in the Cell 7.2 The Search for the Chemical Bases of Inheritance 7.3 Encoding Information—The Language of the Gene 7.4 Processing the Information—Protein Synth- esis 7.5 Reproduction of Information—DNA Replication 7.6 Modification of Information—Mutation 7.7 Genetic Engineering

CHAPTER 8 Cell Reproduction

8.1 Cell Cycles and Life Cycles 8.2 The Chromosomes as Packaged
Genes 8.3 Mitosis 8.4 Meiosis 8.5 A Possible Mechanism for Crossing Over 8.6 Sexual Reproduction and Genetic Variability

CHAPTER 9 The Mechanism of Inheritance

9.1 Pre-Mendelian Concepts 9.2 Mendel’s Laws 9.3 Linkage 9.4 Mapping the Chromosomes 9.5 Sex Linkage 9.6 Variations in Gene Expression 9.7 Chromosomes and Gene Expression 9.8 Treating Genetic Diseases

CHAPTER 10 Control Mechanisms in Genetics

10.1 The Operon Hypothesis 10.2 Cistron, Recon, and Muton 10.3 Gene Regulation in Eukaryotes 10.4 Cancer as a Genetic Aberration

CHAPTER 11 Embryology

11.1 Animal Development 11.2 Human Development 11.3 Plant Development 11.4 Control of Differentiation 11.5 Major Contributions to the Field of Embryology

CHAPTER 12 Animal Reproduction

12.1 An Evolutionary Survey 12.2 Male Reproductive System in Humans 12.3 Female Reproductive System in Humans 12.4 Sexual Response in Humans 12.5 Contraception 12.6 Sexual Preference 12.7 Sexual Dysfunction

PART IV Plant Biology

CHAPTER 13 Basic Structure and Function in Vascular Plants 181
13.1 Plant Nutrition 13.2 Movement of Water and Minerals in Xylem 13.3 Movement of Food Through the Phloem

CHAPTER 14 Interactions of Vascular Plants with their Environment

14.1 Tropisms 14.2 Plant Hormones 14.3 Photoperiodism 14.4 Plant Diseases

PART V Animal Biology

CHAPTER 15 Homeostasis: Regulation of Physiological Functions 207

15.1 Overview 15.2 Feedback Control 15.3 Regulation of Tempera-
ture 15.4 Regulation of Blood Sugar

CHAPTER 16 Animal Nutrition and the Digestive System

16.1 Food Procurement 16.2 Digestion and Absorption 16.3 The Vertebrate Liver 16.4 Diet and Health 16.5 Special Case of the Vitamins 16.6 Obesity and Eating Disorders 16.7 Deficiency Diseases

CHAPTER 17 The Excretory System

17.1 Excretion in Invertebrates 17.2 Structure of the Vertebrate Kidney 17.3 Functioning of the Vertebrate Kidney 17.4 Human Kidney Function 17.5 Homeostatic Function of the Kidney 17.6 Accessory Excretory Structures

CHAPTER 18 The Circulatory System

18.1 Comparative Cardiovascular Systems of Vertebrates 18.2 The Human Heart 18.3 Arteries, Veins, and Capillaries 18.4 Control of Blood Pressure 18.5 Constituents of Blood and Lymph 18.6 Osmoregulation

CHAPTER 19 Immunology

19.1 The Human Immune Systems 19.2 The Immune Response 19.3 Hybridomas 19.4 AIDS 19.5 Human Blood Groups

CHAPTER 20 The Respiratory System

20.1 Mechanisms of External Respiration 20.2 Mammalian Respiration 20.3 Regulation of Breathing 20.4 Exchange of O2 and CO2 in the Blood

CHAPTER 21 Hormones and the Endocrine System

21.1 Early Endocrine Systems 21.2 Vertebrate Endocrine Systems
21.3 Mode of Action of Hormones

CHAPTER 22 The Nervous System

22.1 Overview 22.2 Phylogenetic Development of the Nervous System 22.3 The Neuron as the Functional Unit of Nervous Activity 22.4 The Neural Impulse 22.5 The Synapse 22.6 Reflex Arc 22.7 Receptors and Effectors 22.8 Special Sense Organs 22.9 Brain and Spinal Cord 22.10 Autonomic Nervous System

CHAPTER 23 The Musculoskeletal System: Support and Movement

23.1 Invertebrate Support Systems 23.2 The Vertebrate Endoskeleton 23.3 Anatomy and Physiology of Vertebrate Muscle

CHAPTER 24 Animal Behavior

24.1 24.3 Cyclic Behavior Patterns 24.4 Sexual Behavior 24.5 Social Organization 24.6 Modes of Communication 24.7 Biological Determinism and Behavior

PART VI Evolution and Ecology

CHAPTER 25 Evolution: The Process

25.1 A Brief History of the Concept of Change in Organisms 25.2 The Notion of a Gene Pool: Hardy–Weinberg Equilibrium 25.3 Natural Selection: A Modern Synthesis 25.4 Punctuated Equilibrium 25.5 Molecular Biology of Evolutionary Change 25.6 Control of Gene Pools 25.7 Speciation 25.8 Microevolution versus Macroevolution

CHAPTER 26 Ecology

26.1 Anatomy of an Ecosystem 26.2 Types of Ecosystems 26.3 Stability and Ecological Succession 26.4 Biomass and Species Dispersal 26.5 Upsetting the Stability of an Ecosystem

CHAPTER 27 Origin of Life

27.1 The Oparin Hypothesis 27.2 Heterotroph to Autotroph 27.3 Origin of Cells

PART VII Biological Diversity

CHAPTER 28 The Kingdom Monera (The Prokaryotes)

28.1 Archaebacteria and Eubacteria 28.2 The Significance and Origin of Organelles 28.3 Bacteria, the Ecosphere, and Human Interactions

CHAPTER 29 The Kingdom Protista

29.1 Protozoans 29.2 Algal Protists 29.3 Fungilike Protists

CHAPTER 30 The Kingdom Fungi

30.1 Basic Structure of Fungi 30.2 Divisions of Fungi 30.3 Reproductive Strategies of the Fungi 30.4 Fungi as Friends and Foes

CHAPTER 31 The Kingdom Plantae

31.1 Bryophytes and the Challenge of a Terrestrial Environment 31.2 The Vascular Plants 31.3 Seed Plants 31.4 Economic Importance of Plants 31.5 The Green Revolution

CHAPTER 32 The Kingdom Animalia

32.1 Subkingdom Parazoa: The Sponges 32.2 Radiata: Cnidaria and Ctenophora 32.3 Bilateria: Deuterostomes and Protostomes 32.4 Acoelomates 32.5 Pseudocoelomates: Rotifera and Nematoda 32.6 Protostome Coelomates 32.7 Deuterostome Coelomates

CHAPTER 33 The Primates

33.1 Primate Lineages 33.2 Primate Characteristics 33.3 Humankind and its Destiny 33.4 Misconceptions of the Evolutionary

Relationship Between Humans and Apes
A Biological Lexicon
Name Index
Subject Index

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