Data Analysis:

What's in a Diet?
Predator-Prey Dynamics
The Geography of Malaria
Fishes in Two Lakes
Human Blood Types
Which Biome?
MRSA on the Rise!
Feather Evolution
Reading a Tree's History
The Rising Rate of Melanoma
Immune System "Memory"
Auxins and Plant Growth


Analyzing data

Developing theability to understand and analyze data should be a key goal of any Biology course. Biology by Miller abd Levine includes 35 Data Analysis exercises. These require students to understand and interpret graphic or numerical data, and then to make logical inferences from that information.

The Analyzing Data features extend the reach of Inquiry-based learning in the text by challenging students to form and test hypotheses.