Asks the student to write all answers in this study guide/workbook. This workbook is interactive because it requires students to do things instead of just read more material. All questions are arranged by chapter modules so students may skip unassigned material. Each module in the study guide refers to the page numbers of the corresponding module in the text. There is a wide variety of questions: multiple-choice questions; tables to be filled in; art to be labeled; true/false questions requiring students to write the correct answer if the statement is false; thought-provoking conceptual questions; boldfaced terms requiring a written definition; list of objectives in fill-in-the-blank format; and other types of questions.[p.56] a. glucose formation b. fermentation c. preparatory stage of glycolysis d. glycolysis Chapter Objectives/Review Questions This section lists general and ... You can make maximum use of these items by writing answers on a separate sheet of paper. ... [p.43] 11. Describe the mechanisms involved in active and passive transport (facilitated diffusion) across the cell membrane. ... [p.44] 13. physically separate incompatible cellular chemical reactions in time and cytoplasmic space.
|Title||:||Study Guide and Workbook, an Interactive Approach for Starr and McMillan's Human Biology, Third Edition|
|Author||:||Jane B. Taylor, John D. Jackson|
|Publisher||:||Breton Publishing Company - 1999|