Biology, The Science of Life Series Hands-on examples make learning Biology fun Teaches core subjects in H.S. Biology with key science objectives Music-based lessons grab student attention and improve retention The music based learning increases retention and improves memory. Learn the core topics in biology aligned with key science objectives while singing rap and Hip- Hop like the famous "Bones Rap". The 26 volume series covers the high school curriculum from lab safety, cell structure, DNA and genetics all the way through human biology. Student Benefits: Teaches using Gardner's Multiple Intelligences Theory Provides lab experiment and the homework exercises for each lesson. Helps students with learning challenges, improving scores for all learning levels. Volume 19 The Relationship of Viruses & Bacteria to Disease Objectives: Students compare the structures and functions of viruses to cells and describe the role of viruses in causing diseases and conditions such as acquired immune deficiency syndrome, common colds, smallpox, influenza and warts. They also identify and describe the mold of bacteria in maintaining health in digestion and in causing disease such as streptococcus infections and diphtheria. Subjects Covered Include: Structure of a Virus, Viral Reproduction, Diseases Caused by Viruses and Bacteria, Bacteria vs. Eukaryotes, Types of Bacteria About Series Host & Co-Creator, "Professor Paul" O. Briones "Professor Paul" O. Briones has a Masters Degree in Life Sciences, B.S. Biology, Minor Chemistry with over 30 years of teaching experience. "Professor Paul" is an award-winning songwriter, musician and artist. About Series Co-Creator, Dr Arnulfo T. Carrasco M.D. Dr Carrasco is the entrepreneur creator of Virtual Science University and an award-winning science media producer. As a world renowned MD in daily practice, Dr Carrasco has a passion for teaching science education.
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