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does anyone have Biology by campbell 7th edition

Postby repubblica » Sat Oct 15, 2005 4:24 pm

does anyone have the textbook BIOLOGY by Campbell 7th edition?
if so, do you think you would be able to do me a favour and maybe desbribe or scan some figures from the textbook for me..i can never get it from the library..theres only one text on reserve for 3 hours and there are hundreds of us
the figures would be from chapter 32, figures 32.2,32.4,32.10 and 32.11
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Postby Mjhavok » Tue Oct 18, 2005 3:18 pm

I use Raven and Johnson Biology 7th Edition in my course.

Can't you get a copy off Amazon. Second hand even.
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Postby victor » Wed Oct 19, 2005 12:21 pm

Mine I think I use Campbell, but I dunno what edition they are?? I'll try to find thos pics..
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Postby chicoguardian » Wed Oct 19, 2005 12:25 pm

victor wrote:Mine I think I use Campbell, but I dunno what edition they are?? I'll try to find thos pics..

nope sorry :(
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Postby MrMistery » Wed Oct 19, 2005 6:23 pm

@victor
I don't think you use campbell since it is a high-school book(only 1300 pages, anyone can learn it :D :D )
I have it but it is only 3rd edition. And i can't exactly photoshop the pictures for you...
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Re: does anyone have Biology by campbell 7th edition

Postby zami'87. » Wed Oct 19, 2005 6:56 pm

repubblica wrote:does anyone have the textbook BIOLOGY by Campbell 7th edition?
if so, do you think you would be able to do me a favour and maybe desbribe or scan some figures from the textbook for me..i can never get it from the library..theres only one text on reserve for 3 hours and there are hundreds of us
the figures would be from chapter 32, figures 32.2,32.4,32.10 and 32.11
thanks

use dictionary for definitions....
first figure 32.2 represents an early embryonic development in animals
zygote->mitotic divisions->blastula(form like hollow ball)->gastrula(result of gastrulation-inward folding)
figure 32.4 represents hypothesis for the origin of animals from a flagellated protist
colonial protist->hollow sphere of unspecialized cells->beginning of cell specialization(somatic&reproductive cells)->infolding ->Gastrula-like protoanimal-can see digestive cavity.
Figure 32.10 Hypothesis of animal phylogeny
(based on development and morphology)
Ancestral colonial flagellate->metazoa->(Porifera,eumetazoa)...Eumetazoa (Cnidaria,Ctenophora-those 2 cause of radial symmetry are called 1.Radiata...and
2.Bilateria-Protostomia(Platyhelminthes,Mollusca,Annelida and Arthropoda,Rotifera,Nemertea<Nematoda) and Deuterostomia (Phoronida,Ectoprocta,Brachiopoda,Echinodermata,Chordata)

Figure 32.11 again hypothesis of animal phylogeny but based on molecular data
Ancestral colonial flagellate->Metazoa(Porifera-Calcarea&Silicarea)->Eumetazoa(1.Radiata-Ctenophora&Cnidaria....2. Bilateria)
Bilateria(1.Deuterostomia-Echinodermata&Chordata...2.Lophotrochozoa-Brachiopoda,Phoronida,Ectoprocta,Platyhelminthes,Nemertea,Mollusca,Annelida...3.Ecdysozoa-Nematoda&Arthropoda....Rotifera separated from previous)

This was just a description...use dictionary and search the internet for pictures


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Postby victor » Fri Oct 21, 2005 1:00 pm

MrMistery wrote:@victor
I don't think you use campbell since it is a high-school book(only 1300 pages, anyone can learn it :D :D )
I have it but it is only 3rd edition. And i can't exactly photoshop the pictures for you...


I use it... :D for a general biology lesson..and yup, this is the result, still lack of bio... :D
But for the biochem, I use Harper's Biochemistry by Robert K.Murray , Victor R. Rodwell, and friends.. :lol:
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Postby MrMistery » Fri Oct 21, 2005 5:50 pm

Well you can relax, Campbell is the book you need to know for IBO. So it is not that general :D
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Images (6th edt.)

Postby elevatedfly » Fri Oct 21, 2005 8:06 pm

I actually have the 6th edition Campbell (and the accompanying image bank on CD-ROM). I attached the figures by number, but they may not be the exact ones since there is a edition difference. Let me know.
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Images (6th edt.)

Postby elevatedfly » Fri Oct 21, 2005 8:07 pm

other two:
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