Biology In Context For Cambridge International As A Level

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Description : Mapped to the Cambridge A level biology syllabus, this comprehensive reference supports students with its stretching, problem solving approach.


Biology In Context

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Biology In Context For Cambridge International As And A Level Print And Online Student Book Pack

Author by : Glen Toole
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Description : Covering the latest Cambridge A Level Biology syllabus (9700), this print and online bundle supports advanced science skills. It helps build long-term performance, as well as supporting confidence for the Cambridge exams. The practical approach helps to make science meaningful - ideal for students planning to study science at university


Biology In Context

Author by : Glenn Toole
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Description : Covering the latest Cambridge A Level Biology syllabus (9700), this digital resource supports advanced science skills. It helps build long-term performance, as well as supporting confidence for the Cambridge exams. The practical approach helps to make science meaningful - ideal for students planning to study science at university.


Biology In Context For Cambridge International As A Level Student Book

Author by : Glen Toole
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Description : Mapped to the latest Cambridge A Level Biology syllabus (9700), this comprehensive resource supports students with its stretching, problem solving approach. It helps foster long-term performance in science, as well as building their confidence for the Cambridge examinations. The practical approach helps to make science meaningful, so it is ideal for students planning to study science at university. Includes support for the new Key Concepts - developing Cambridge students' subject knowledge and encouraging them to make links between topics.


Biology In Context

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The Darwinian Tradition In Context

Author by : Richard G. Delisle
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Publisher by : Springer
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Description : The main goal of this book is to put the Darwinian tradition in context by raising questions such as: How should it be defined? Did it interact with other research programs? Were there any research programs that developed largely independently of the Darwinian tradition? Accordingly, the contributing authors explicitly explore the nature of the relationship between the Darwinian tradition and other research programs running in parallel. In the wake of the Synthetic Theory of Evolution, which was established throughout the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s, historians and philosophers of biology devoted considerable attention to the Darwinian tradition, i.e., linking Charles Darwin to mid-Twentieth-Century developments in evolutionary biology. Since then, more recent developments in evolutionary biology have challenged, in part or entirely, the heritage of the Darwinian tradition. Not surprisingly, this has in turn been followed by a historiographical “recalibration” on the part of historians and philosophers regarding other research programs and traditions in evolutionary biology. In order to acknowledge this shift, the papers in this book have been arranged on the basis of two main threads: Part I: A perspective that views Darwinism as either being originally pluralistic or having acquired such a pluralistic nature through modifications and borrowings over time. Part II: A perspective blurring the boundaries between non-Darwinian and Darwinian traditions, either by contending that Darwinism itself was never quite as Darwinian as previously assumed, or that non-Darwinian traditions took on board various Darwinian components, when not fertilizing Darwinism directly. Between a Darwinism reaching out to other research programs and non-Darwinian programs reaching out to Darwinism, the least that can be said is that this interweaving of intellectual threads blurs the historiographical field. This volume aims to open vital new avenues for approaching and reflecting on the development of evolutionary biology.


The Mind In Context

Author by : Batja Mesquita
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Publisher by : Guilford Press
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Description : Most psychology research still assumes that mental processes are internal to the person, waiting to be expressed or activated. This compelling book illustrates that a new paradigm is forming in which contextual factors are considered central to the workings of the mind. Leading experts explore how psychological processes emerge from the transactions of individuals with their physical, social, and cultural environments. The volume showcases cutting-edge research on the contextual nature of such phenomena as gene expression, brain networks, the regulation of hormones, perception, cognition, personality, knowing, learning, and emotion.


Victorian Science In Context

Author by : Bernard Lightman
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Publisher by : University of Chicago Press
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Description : Victorians were fascinated by the flood of strange new worlds that science was opening to them. Exotic plants and animals poured into London from all corners of the Empire, while revolutionary theories such as the radical idea that humans might be descended from apes drew crowds to heated debates. Men and women of all social classes avidly collected scientific specimens for display in their homes and devoured literature about science and its practitioners. Victorian Science in Context captures the essence of this fascination, charting the many ways in which science influenced and was influenced by the larger Victorian culture. Contributions from leading scholars in history, literature, and the history of science explore questions such as: What did science mean to the Victorians? For whom was Victorian science written? What ideological messages did it convey? The contributors show how practical concerns interacted with contextual issues to mold Victorian science—which in turn shaped much of the relationship between modern science and culture.


Systems Biology And Synthetic Biology

Author by : Pengcheng Fu
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Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
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Description : The genomic revolution has opened up systematic investigations and engineering designs for various life forms. Systems biology and synthetic biology are emerging as two complementary approaches, which embody the breakthrough in biology and invite application of engineering principles. Systems Biology and Synthetic Biology emphasizes the similarity between biology and engineering at the system level, which is important for applying systems and engineering theories to biology problems. This book demonstrates to students, researchers, and industry that systems biology relies on synthetic biology technologies to study biological systems, while synthetic biology depends on knowledge obtained from systems biology approaches.