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Skills and Processes of Biology21%
Structure and Function of Biological Molecules16%
Structure and Function of Cells and Organisms17%
Inheritance of Traits17%
Mechanism of Evolutionary Change12%
Interdependence of Organisms in the Biosphere17%
  • Questions: 2,429
  • Technology Enhanced Items: 211
  • Instructional Videos: 81
  • Vocabulary Terms: 352

Test Standards

Skills and Processes of Biology
1. (1.1.1)  More Than One Solution
2. (1.1.2)  Scientific Ideas
3. (1.1.3)  Critique Arguments
4. (1.1.4)  Recognize Biased Data
5. (1.1.5)  Explain Factors
6. (1.2.1)  Identify Scientific Questions
7. (1.2.3)  Hypothesis
8. (1.2.5)  Investigation Instruments And Materials
9. (1.2.6)  Investigation Methods
10. (1.2.7)  Phenomena Outside Laboratory
11. (1.2.8)  Verifiable Data Need
12. (1.3.2)  Safe Laboratory Procedures
13. (1.4.1)  Organize Data
14. (1.4.2)  Analyze Data
15. (1.4.3)  Experimental Data
16. (1.4.4)  Relationships Between Quantities
17. (1.4.5)  Check Graphs
18. (1.4.6)  Describe Trends
19. (1.4.7)  Error Sources
20. (1.4.9)  Hypothesis
21. (1.5.1)  Summarize Data
22. (1.5.2)  Explain Scientific Concepts
23. (1.5.4)  Support Arguments
24. (1.5.5)  Create Interpret Graphics
25. (1.5.6)  Technical Selection
26. (1.5.8)  Explaining Concepts Principles
27. (1.5.9)  Communicate Conclusions
28. (1.6.1)  Ratio And Proportion
29. (1.6.3)  Small And Large Quantities
30. (1.6.4)  Manipulate Quantities
31. (1.6.5)  Answer Reasonableness
32. (1.7.1)  Societal Issues
33. (1.7.2)  Technology Advancements
34. (1.7.6)  Scientific Knowledge
Structure and Function of Biological Molecules
1. (3.1.2)  Chemical Activity Regulation
2. (3.1.3)  Transfer Of Matter And Energy
3. (3.1.1)  Chemical Substances And Macromolecules
Structure and Function of Cells and Organisms
1. (3.2.1)  Unicellular And Multicellular Organisms
2. (3.2.2)  Cells Environment Conditions
Inheritance of Traits
1. (3.3.1)  Gene Sorting And Recombination
2. (3.3.2)  Expressed Traits
3. (3.3.3)  Genetic Trait Determined
4. (3.3.4)  DNA Alteration Effects
Mechanism of Evolutionary Change
1. (3.4.1)  New Combinations
2. (3.4.2)  Degrees Of Relatedness
Interdependence of Organisms in the Biosphere
1. (3.5.1)  Biotic Diversity Vs Abiotic Factors
2. (3.5.2)  Interrelationships And Interdependencies
3. (3.5.3)  Natural And Man-made Changes
4. (3.5.4)  Food Webs