Cases: An engaging biological issue opens every chapter and is revisited throughout
Concepts: Foundational biological ideas are introduced within the context of important cultural and social issues
Consequences: The concepts and consequences of biology are connected in order to help students make informed decisions about biological issuesBiology for the Informed Citizen is available with or without chapters 11-15 on physiology. Both versions allow instructors to cover the chapters and topics in the order that they choose.
“A wholly stimulating approach to the subject of biology.”–Gerald Posner, Broward College
“An excellent text. The relevant examples make this text a very good approach.”–Fran Norflus, Clayton State University
“Well written, engaging, visually stimulating…The overall
approach and the extra features are all better than my current
text [Campbell].”–Jennifer Wiatrowski, Pasco-Hernando Community College
“This text promises to be one of the best nonmajors texts I’ve seen in the last few years.”–Erik P. Scully, Towson University
“The greatest strength of Bozzone is the level at which it is written–very easy for students to comprehend. The overall presentation is extremely user friendly and inviting.”–Lisa Bryant, Arkansas State University
About the Author
Donna M. Bozzone is Professor of Biology at Saint Michael’s College.
The lateDouglas S. Green was Professor of Biology at Saint Michael’s College.
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