Aiming to cover the main topics required by GCSE syllabuses in Human Biology, this textbook is also useful as a supplement for GCSE Biology courses. It provides a basic reference for students needing a grounding in Human Biology. It features clear explanations of important technical terms, a glossary, and vocabulary and comprehension tests.Genes can be described as a#39;units of inheritancea#39; because each gene controls the development of one or a set of hereditary characteristics. ... Each cell of a human body contains tens of thousands of genes and they are responsible for the development of all the tissues and ... it is responsible for producing new red and white blood cells in the bone marrow; it produces growth of hair and finger-nails; and itanbsp;...
|Title||:||Illustrated Human and Social Biology|
|Author||:||Brian S. Beckett|
|Publisher||:||Open University Press - 1981|