BIO.1: The student will plan and conduct investigations in which

BIO.1.b: hypotheses are formulated based on direct observations and information from the scientific literature;

Effect of Temperature on Gender
Seed Germination

BIO.1.d: graphing and arithmetic calculations are used as tools in data analysis;

Seasons Around the World

BIO.3: The student will investigate and understand the chemical and biochemical principles essential for life. Key concepts include

BIO.3.d: the capture, storage, transformation, and flow of energy through the processes of photosynthesis and respiration.

Cell Energy Cycle
Photosynthesis Lab

BIO.4: The student will investigate and understand relationships between cell structure and function. Key concepts include

BIO.4.a: characteristics of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells;

Cell Structure

BIO.4.c: similarities between the activities of a single cell and a whole organism; and

Cell Structure
Paramecium Homeostasis

BIO.4.d: the cell membrane model (diffusion, osmosis, and active transport).

Cell Structure

BIO.5: The student will investigate and understand life functions of archaebacteria, monerans (eubacteria), protists, fungi, plants, and animals, including humans. Key concepts include

BIO.5.d: maintenance of homeostasis;

Paramecium Homeostasis

BIO.5.e: human health issues, human anatomy, body systems, and life functions; and

Digestive System

BIO.6: The student will investigate and understand common mechanisms of inheritance and protein synthesis. Key concepts include

BIO.6.d: prediction of inheritance of traits based on the Mendelian laws of heredity;

Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium
Mouse Genetics (One Trait)
Mouse Genetics (Two Traits)

BIO.6.f: the structure, function, and replication of nucleic acids (DNA and RNA);

Building DNA
RNA and Protein Synthesis

BIO.6.g: events involved in the construction of proteins;

RNA and Protein Synthesis

BIO.6.i: exploration of the impact of DNA technologies.

DNA Fingerprint Analysis

BIO.7: The student will investigate and understand bases for modern classification systems. Key concepts include

BIO.7.b: fossil record interpretation;

Human Evolution - Skull Analysis

BIO.8: The student will investigate and understand how populations change through time. Key concepts include

BIO.8.b: how genetic variation, reproductive strategies, and environmental pressures impact the survival of populations;

Rainfall and Bird Beaks

BIO.8.c: how natural selection leads to adaptations;

Evolution: Mutation and Selection
Evolution: Natural and Artificial Selection
Natural Selection
Rainfall and Bird Beaks

BIO.8.e: scientific explanations for biological evolution.

Evolution: Mutation and Selection

BIO.9: The student will investigate and understand dynamic equilibria within populations, communities, and ecosystems. Key concepts include

BIO.9.a: interactions within and among populations including carrying capacities, limiting factors, and growth curves;

Food Chain
Rabbit Population by Season

BIO.9.b: nutrient cycling with energy flow through ecosystems;

Cell Energy Cycle

Correlation last revised: 8/8/2016

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