Biology - Student Book

Biology - Student Book

by Dr. Dennis Englin (Author)
Publisher: Master Books
Softcover Textbook, 432 pages
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The DNA that controls all life forms were created at the beginning by God who spoke life into being. Along with the blessings of modern tools to study life, it has become obvious that no life is simple. This makes sense because nothing that God creates is simple. This course begins with a review of chemical principles needed for biology, including the biology of water, and concludes with human origins that have huge implications as to whether or not we were created in God’s image with an eternal destiny or the sum product of natural laws acting upon atoms and molecules. We know that all of the variations in humans today had their roots in the DNA of two humans (Adam and Eve) and give glory to God for this wonder of life.

  • High school science course with lab curriculum
  • Lab experiments included, with images of prepared microscopic slides
  • Based on the principle that students who can understand and apply information do much better than those who simply memorize material

This course provides important training and practice in developing skills involved in the study of biology, including observing and recognizing interactions and interdependencies of organisms in their natural environment, the use of a light microscope, dissection skills, and insights and recent advances in modern biology.


Table of Contents

  • 1. Chemical Principles in Biology
  • 2. Water
  • 3. Carbohydrates and Lipids
  • 4. Proteins and Nucleic Acids
  • 5. Nature of Cells
  • 6. Cell Membrane and Nucleus
  • 7. Movement through Cell Membranes
  • 8. Cell Organelles
  • 9. Cell Division
  • 10. Ecosystems
  • 11. Biomes
  • 12. Energy Capture — Photosynthesis
  • 13. Energy Release — Respiration
  • 14. Chromosomes and Genes
  • 15. The Genetic Code
  • 16. Expression of DNA — Transcription
  • 17. Expression of DNA — Translation
  • 18. Perpetuation of Life
  • 19. Genetic Patterns 1
  • 20. Genetic Patterns 2
  • 21. Genetic Mutations and Variations
  • 22. Genomcis
  • 23. Plant Taxonomy
  • 24. Taxonomy — Invertabrates
  • 25. Taxonomy — Vertebrates
  • 26. Views of Biological Origins
  • 27. Evidences of Biological Origins
  • 28. Human Origins
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