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Information is transmitted by chemical and electrical signals Figure 1-7 DNA Organisms transmit information from one generation to the next by DNA, the hereditary material. As shown in this model, DNA consists of two chains of atoms twisted into a helix. Each chain consists of subunits called nucleotides. The sequence of nucleotides makes up the genetic code. and Francis Crick worked out the structure of DNA, the large molecule that makes up the genes, the units of hereditary material (❚ Fig. 1-7).

We thank Creative Director Rob Hugel, Art Director Lee Friedman, Text Designer John Walker, and Cover Designer Robin Terra. We also thank Joy Westberg for developing the Instructor’s Preface. We are grateful to Keli Amann, Technology Project Manager, who coordinated the many high-tech components of the computerized aspects of our Learning System. We thank Lauren Oliveira, Assistant Editor, for coordinating the print supplements. These dedicated professionals and many others at Brooks /Cole provided the skill, attention, and good humor needed to produce Biology, Eighth Edition.

For this reason, we carefully designed the eight parts of this book so that they do not depend heavily on preceding chapters and parts. This flexible organization means that an instructor can present the 56 chapters in any number of sequences with pedagogical success. Chapter 1, which introduces the student to the major principles of biology, provides a good springboard for future discussions, whether the professor prefers a “top-down” or “bottom-up” approach. In this edition, as in previous editions, we examined every line of every chapter for accuracy and currency, and we made a serious attempt to update every topic and verify all new material.

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