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A Civic Biology Presented in Problems

By George William Hunter
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  • A CIVIC BIOLOGY
  • Presented in Problems
    • [Pg 7]FOREWORD TO TEACHERS
    • CONTENTS
  • A CIVIC BIOLOGY
    • I. THE GENERAL PROBLEM—SOME REASONS FOR THE STUDY OF BIOLOGY
    • II. THE ENVIRONMENT OF PLANTS AND ANIMALS
    • III. THE INTERRELATIONS OF PLANTS AND ANIMALS
    • IV. THE FUNCTIONS AND COMPOSITION OF LIVING THINGS
    • V. PLANT GROWTH AND NUTRITION. CAUSES OF GROWTH
    • VI. THE ORGANS OF NUTRITION IN PLANTS—THE SOIL AND ITS RELATION TO THE ROOTS
    • VII. PLANT GROWTH AND NUTRITION—PLANTS MAKE FOOD
    • VIII. PLANT GROWTH AND NUTRITION—THE CIRCULATION AND FINAL USES OF FOOD BY PLANTS
    • IX. OUR FORESTS, THEIR USES AND THE NECESSITY FOR THEIR PROTECTION
    • X. THE ECONOMIC RELATION OF GREEN PLANTS TO MAN
    • XI. PLANTS WITHOUT CHLOROPHYLL IN THEIR RELATION TO MAN
    • XII. THE RELATIONS OF PLANTS TO ANIMALS
    • XIII. SINGLE-CELLED ANIMALS CONSIDERED AS ORGANISMS
    • XIV. DIVISION OF LABOR. THE VARIOUS FORMS OF PLANTS AND ANIMALS
    • XV. THE ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE OF ANIMALS
    • XVI. THE FISH AND FROG, AN INTRODUCTORY STUDY OF VERTEBRATES
    • XVII. HEREDITY, VARIATION, PLANT AND ANIMAL BREEDING
    • XVIII. THE HUMAN MACHINE AND ITS NEEDS
    • XIX. FOODS AND DIETARIES
    • XX. DIGESTION AND ABSORPTION
    • XXI. THE BLOOD AND ITS CIRCULATION
    • XXII. RESPIRATION AND EXCRETION
    • XXIII. BODY CONTROL AND HABIT FORMATION
    • XXIV. MAN'S IMPROVEMENT OF HIS ENVIRONMENT
    • XXV. SOME GREAT NAMES IN BIOLOGY
    • APPENDIX
    • WEIGHTS, MEASURES, AND TEMPERATURES
    • INDEX
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