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Inquiry, Reflection, and Social Implications20%
Organization and Development of Living Systems20%
Interdependence of Living Systems and the Environment20%
Genetics20%
Evolution and Biodiversity20%
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  • Vocabulary Terms: 413

Test Standards

Inquiry, Reflection, and Social Implications
1. (B1.1A)  Generate New Questions
2. (B1.1B)  Scientific Conclusions
3. (B1.1C)  Conduct Scientific Investigations
4. (B1.1D)  Identify Patterns
5. (B1.1E)  Investigation Evidence
6. (B1.2A)  Critique Questions
7. (B1.2B)  Identify & Critique Arguments
8. (B1.2C)  Scientific Concept Understanding
9. (B1.2D)  Evaluate Scientific Explanations
10. (B1.2E)  Science Field Careers
Organization and Development of Living Systems
1. (B2.1A)  Cells Transform Energy
2. (B2.1B)  Matter & Energy Transformation
3. (B2.1C)  Explain Cell Division
4. (B2.2A)  Carbon Joins To Carbon Atoms
5. (B2.2B)  Six Common Elements
6. (B2.2C)  Organic Molecules Categories
7. (B2.2D )  Structure & Primary Functions
8. (B2.2E)  Dehydration & Hydrolysis
9. (B2.3A)  Cells Function
10. (B2.3B)  Internal Environment
11. (B2.3C)  Stability Challenged
12. (B2.4A)  Living Things Classified
13. (B2.4B )  Organisms Developed
14. (B2.4C)  Structural Specializations
15. (B2.5A)  High Energy Bonds
16. (B2.5B)  Systems & Processes Work Together
17. (B2.5C)  Energy Is Transferred
18. (B2.5D)  Cells Break Down
Interdependence of Living Systems and the Environment
1. (B3.1A)  Organisms Acquire Energy
2. (B3.1B)  Energy Conversions
3. (B3.1C)  Photosynthesis & Respiration
4. (B3.1D)  Organisms Gain & Use Mass
5. (B3.2A)  Energy Is Stored
6. (B3.2B)  Ecosystem Energy Transfer
7. (B3.2C)  Flow Of Energy
8. (B3.3A)  Food Web
9. (B3.4A)  Describe Ecosystem Stability
10. (B3.4B)  Diversity Of Species
11. (B3.4C)  Negative Impact
12. (B3.5A)  Graph Changes
13. (B3.5B)  Population Growth
14. (B3.5C)  Invading Organism
Genetics
1. (B4.1A)  Homologous Chromosome
2. (B4.1B)  Parents To Offspring
3. (B4.2A)  Mutations
4. (B4.2B)  DNA Sequence
5. (B4.2C)  DNA Structure & Function
6. (B4.2D)  DNA Composition Changes
7. (B4.2E)  Radiation & Toxic Chemicals
8. (B4.3A)  Cell Division
9. (B4.3B)  Why Mutations Occur
10. (B4.3C)  Identify Genetic Defects
Evolution and Biodiversity
1. (B5.1A)  Natural Selection Concepts
2. (B5.1B)  Evolution Mechanism
3. (B5.3A)  Natural Selection & Individuals
4. (B5.3B)  Geographic Isolation
5. (B4.3C)  Genetic Variation