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As a student, stargazer, or lover of our galaxy, space and the infinite, there is no resource for this price that in 6 pages can show you the universe this completely yet succinctly. Expertly authored with balanced coverage, the number of detailed facts and answers to our questions about planets, our galaxy and the universe makes this the biggest bang for your buck - guaranteed.
6-page laminated guide includes:
  • History of Astronomy
  • Ancient Times
  • The Astronomy of Greece
  • Pioneers of Astronomy
  • Space Dimensions
  • Origin of The Solar System
  • Details of the Terrestrial Planets
  • Details of the Jovian Planets
  • Comparative Data on the Jovian Planets
  • The Dwarf Planets
  • The Sun
  • The Stars
  • Atoms
  • The Properties of Stars
  • Starlight
  • Galaxies
  • Concepts of Cosmology
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  • Students - content is aligned to an entry college level or advanced high school astronomy course, for use as a quick and easy reference and review for that class as well as digging deeper for students in earth science courses at the high school level
  • Stargazers & Space Lovers - for stargazers there are plenty of details as well as those space lovers of the far, far away
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    Astronomy: Stargazing

    Astronomy: Stargazing
    If you're a budding astronomer and need help in locating that one particular constellation or choosing the best telescope to use, this 6 page study guide is for you! Jam-packed with great information, our guide details what you can view in the night sky--from binary stars to nebulae--and where you can see them. Also included are helpful tips and hints on how to properly stargaze, as well as charts and full-color illustrations.

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    Atlas of Human Anatomy

    Atlas of Human Anatomy

    This full-color, 222-page anatomy atlas features all of the award-winning anatomical illustrations from Vincent Perez in one book. It is a must for medical students, health-care professionals, allied health-services professionals and anyone interested in his/her body.

    - Detailed, labeled illustrations by Vincent Perez
    - Color-coded chapters provide easy reference corresponding to the table of contents
    - Comprehensive index, including a page-by-page reference for every anatomical feature
    - Abbreviation key included for every chapter
    - Multiple illustrations for 15 different human body systems

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    If you're in business or a business major, audits will happen. Business and accounting students or professionals involved in finances and accounting often have a range of reactions to an audit, fear and loathing being high on the list. Our experienced author, professor and consultant Michael Griffin, MBA, CMA, CFM, ChFC details the auditing process in a streamlined bullet pointed 6 page laminated reference guide that provides a road map from start to finish with all stops in-between. Designed for quick reference, you will find sections and specific details fast. With a process that often happens annually it is nice to have this handy refresher regardless of your experience level.
    6-page laminated guide includes: - What is an Audit?
  • Overall Objective of an Auditor
  • Assertions
  • Assurance Services
  • Major Steps of an Audit
  • Financial Statement Audit
  • Generally Accepted Auditing Standards
  • Auditor's Report
  • Sample Auditor's Report
  • Compilation
  • Review
  • - Engagement Acceptance
  • Understanding the Client/Entity & Its Environment
  • Review of Litigation, Claims &Assessments
  • Contingent Liabilities
  • Related Party Transactions
  • Internal Control
  • Receipt of Cash from Customers
  • Performing Audit Procedures & Evaluating Evidence
  • Audit Sampling
  • Analytical Procedures
  • Ratio Analysis
  • Internal Audit
  • Use of Specialists in an Audit
  • Auditing the Revenue (Sales)Cycle
  • Auditing the Purchases & Cash Disbursements Cycle
  • Other Processes Subject to Audit
  • Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX 2002)
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    Bio Lab Basics

    Bio Lab Basics
    The study of life, in all it's glory; animals and plants we see around us, the tiny organisms we can't see that affect us every day, and even the molecules which make up life. Learning biology, we ask questions about nature. Lab experiments are HOW we ask the questions. This guide shows how we ask questions in biology- what are the tools, terms, and major approaches scientists use to learn about the living world. It includes some of the major ideas biologists study, as well as descriptions of techniques and instruments used. This guide is intended for a high school or early college student, or anyone interested in understanding how biologists make the discoveries reported in the news daily.
  • Lab Safety & First Aid
  • Essential Methods & Tools
  • Scientific Method
  • Measurements
  • Statistics
  • Common Biology Lab Equipment
  • Microscopy
  • Essential Concepts
  • Cell Structure
  • Cell Transport
  • Respiration
  • Photosynthesis
  • Enzyme Activity
  • Organismal Diversity
  • Mitosis
  • Meiosis
  • Molecular Genetics
  • Mendelian Genetics
  • Field Biology
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    Leave it to our experts at QuickStudy to help explain the complex world of biochemistry in an easy-to-understand fashion. This 3-panel (6-page) guide provides the most comprehensive information on the subject--definitions, formulas, molecular structure, and full-color charts and illustrations highlighting important chemical concepts.
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    Biochemistry 2

    Biochemistry 2
    A further examination of how molecules function in cellular processes. Vitamins and minerals are critical for human health, and yet few people know why they are so important for our bodies. Hormones control everything from sugar metabolism (diabetes), to sexual maturation (estrogen and testosterone), to bone density and growth (BMPs), but how these key chemicals control cells is often misunderstood. This guide will explain these topics in molecular detail for everyone interested in nutrition, molecular biology, medicine, and health. Sections include Enzymes & Enzyme Regulation, Energetics & Metabolic Pathways, Hormones, Membranes & Signaling, and Replication & Central Dogma.
    6-page laminated guide includes:
  • Enzymes & Enzyme Regulation
  • Enzyme Terms
  • Catalytic Models
  • Drugs & Inhibition
  • Enzyme Regulation
  • Vitamins & Minerals
  • Energetics & Metabolic Pathways
  • ATP
  • Reduction & Oxidation
  • Oxidation of Glucose
  • Gluconeogenesis
  • 5-Carbon Sugar Biosynthesis
  • Lipid Metabolism & Fatty Acid Biosynthesis
  • Amino Acid Biosynthesis
  • Nucleic Acid Biosynthesis
  • Photo Synthesis
  • Membrane Proteins & Membrane Signaling
  • Membrane Transporters/Pumps
  • Membrane Channels
  • G-Protein Receptors
  • Protein Kinase Receptors
  • Steroid Receptors & Signaling
  • Second Messengers
  • Replication & Central Dogma
  • DNA Replication
  • DNA to RNA
  • RNA Processing
  • Suggested Uses:
  • Students - Science related degrees are hard enough, so get the tools that make it easier to do quick reviews of must-know answers that could give that extra boost to your GPA
  • Professors - Adopt our Biochemistry 1 and Biochemistry 2 guides for your course, where the combined price is less than any supplementary study book available
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    BarCharts' best-selling quick reference to biology has been updated and expanded in this latest edition. With updated content and an additional panel of information, this popular guide is not only an essential companion for students in introductory biology courses but also a must-have refresher for students in higher-level courses. Author Randy Brooks, PhD, a scientist and university professor, has a gift for making the complicated subject of biology easy to understand, from evolution to population genetics--without the fluff. In this new edition, you will find more coverage of the subject, including expanded sections on reproduction in animals, as well as helpful illustrations and diagrams, making this a study tool you won't want to be without.

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    Includes topics that could not be crammed into our first biology guide.

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    Essential terminology for Biology study pulled together in one guide to maximize success in College and High School courses. Succinct definitions by our resident Ph.D., Biology author and professor ensure the usefulness of this handy guide from high school to college.