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Author: Hoagland
ISBN13: 978-0763717889
Title: Im- Exploring the Way Life Works Instructor's Manual
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Language: English
Category: Science and Mathematics
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers (April 6, 2001)
Pages: 120

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By Mahlon B. Hoagland - Exploring The Way Life Works: The Science of Biology (Reprint) (1/16/01) Paperback. I can think of virtually no better book for introducing children or biology-impaired adults to the wonders of the machinery of life, from the molecular to the macroevolutionary. Wonderfully written, delightfully illustrated, and sure to engage and educate. Coming back to this book, it takes a comprehensive look at life from the molecular level on up. The illustrations are excellent for explaining subjects in memorable ways, fairly in-depth. They are bright, plentiful, and cartoon-y, and have kept the interest of my son.

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The Way Life Works is the perfect answer for any instructor seeking a more concise, meaningful, and flexible alternative to the standard introductory biology text. Organized around one central idea – the amazing unity that underlies biological diversity – this book presents biology’s basic concepts and applications through a brilliant interweaving of incisive explanations, imaginative analogies, and stunning visual graphics

Includes bibliographical references (p. 224-226) and index.

I can think of virtually no better book for introducing children or biology-impaired adults to the wonders of the machinery of life, from the molecular to the macroevolutionary. A delightful and successful cross between Larry Gonick's classic Cartoon Guides and Cartoon Historys (but less flip) and David Macaulay's many masterful books on the way things work (but more comprehensive).

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Home . Details for: Exploring the way life works : Normal view MARC view ISBD view. Exploring the way life works : the science of biology,. By: Hoagland, Mahlon B. Contributor(s): Dodson, Bert Hauck, Judith. Publisher: Sudbury, MA : Jones and Bartlett Publishers, c2001Description: viii, 376 p. : ill. (chiefly co. ; 28 c. SBN: 076371688X (softcover : alk. paper). Subject(s): Life (Biology) DDC classification: 570. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title. Genel Koleksiyon, Main Collection.

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Reviews: 7
Sharpbinder
Best Introduction I have seen; it is very well thought out. Drawings convey the concepts in a very helpful and memorable way. Easy to understand. The ideas are explained with such excellent organization (and a minimum of text, but quite ample text because so well thought out!) and, for all their cartoon presentation, prepare the reader for reading and studying texts that develop more "technically" topics so that even young (but bright, focused) readers can pursue them. It is surprisingly up to date, presenting for example Lynn Margulis's once radical, now fully accepted, account of how the mitochondria (the power houses of our cells) evolved into becoming parts of our cells by symbiosis with bacteria, or how, e.g., the flagella of sperm derive from the symbiosis of spirochete bacteria with cells requiring a means of motility.... Of course, a lot has been happening since this was published, but this great book prepares the reader really well to appreciate and catch up on more recent research.
Iseared
Highly recommended!

I am using this as a main text for homeschooling (elementary aged, "advanced") It should provide an excellent foundation, making diving into dense A.P./ college texts (like Campbell Biology (9th Edition)) much easier when/if the time comes. For those looking for something in-between, I've heard from two different sources who have reviewed the available textbooks, to use for high school homeschooling classes, (one of the teachers a Ph.D. in molecular plant biology) a good one is "BIOLOGY EXPLORING LIFE STUDENT EDITION 2009C.

Coming back to this book, it takes a comprehensive look at life from the molecular level on up.

The illustrations are excellent for explaining subjects in memorable ways, fairly in-depth. They are bright, plentiful, and cartoon-y, and have kept the interest of my son.

This is the type of book written not only by someone who knows their subject, but ALSO knows how to TEACH and ENJOY it! (The type that you get excited about if you are a teacher or interested in learning a subject.)

My thanks to the authors!

There is an earlier version of this book, "The Way Life Works: The Science Lover's Illustrated Guide to How Life Grows, Develops, Reproduces, and Gets Along", and from what I understand the main difference is that this newer one added more textbook-like sections at the end of each chapter with questions, etc. to try to make it more useful in the classroom.
Molotok
This is such a wonderful book. I am trying to get back into learning about science since leaving college decades ago. This book is very well illustrated (which is very important because unless one has an electron microscope in your garage it is very hard to visualize the concepts that are being talked about).

Every page has interesting things to say and reveal to me. For the first time in my life I began to realize that I am just like all the other things in the world. I just have a different shape than they do. There also seems to be what I will call an transcendental aspect to each page or several pages. I suddenly begin to sense the BIG PICTURE OF LIFE.

Also don't miss the last pages in the book which give the answers to the test questions that the author's have posed throughout the book. The answers themselves are so interesting. This book took a LOT OF WORK to create.

This, I think, is a classic.
LeXXXuS
When I first saw it, I thought it was simply another children's book, designed to interest children in biology. It probably does that too. However, this is probably the best introduction to biology I have ever read (believe me, I've read many). It delves into, for the uninitiated, rather difficult subjects, with ease, grace and completeness and extraordinary depth (for a basics book). After many years into biology, I still go back ti it to refresh the basics. Outstanding read!
greed style
A very entertaining and effective explanation of biology's central central tenets, mostly focused on the molecular basis of life. The cute and intuitive cartoon explanations of information-directed protein synthesis, regulation, and ATP use and production made me wish I had it when I was a kid.
Amis
This a book that will delight anyone interested in biology, not just beginners or younger readers. I have an advanced degree in biology and find it rewarding and clarifying. It explains and depicts (biology is a very visual subject) key concepts in the organization of living things, getting to the heart of the matter in streamlined fashion, without the (as far as the aim of the book goes, unnecessary) mass of detail you'll find in a standard bio text. This might be called "fundamental biology from an advanced standpoint." It can be read multiple times, perhaps once quickly but again more deliberately, allowing time to ponder what is being conveyed. Love it.
Fordrelis
The illustrations and text are so clear at explaining the concepts of biology that I recommend this book to everyone I know with a high school kid. I used this as my basic text for a class for homeschoolers on cell biology. My little geek daughter has read and reread this book from the age of 8 or 9, and at the age of 12 (with some other study) got a 750 on the SAT II Biology test. Hoaglund really knows how to explain life science. I especially recommend the section explaining how life staves off entropy to allow building of complexity. I learned more from this little book than from high school Biology.
Love this book!