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Evolution 25%
Biological Systems 25%
Living Systems and Information 25%
Biological Systems Interact 25%
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Test Standards

1. (1.A.1)  Natural Selection
2. (1.A.2.)  Phenotypic Variations and Natural Selection
3. (1.A.3.)  Randomness and Evolutionary Change
4. (1.A.4.)  Support for Biological Evolution
5. (1.B.1.)  Shared Processes and Features
6. (1.B.2.)  Phylogenetic trees and Cladograms
7. (1.C.1.)  Speciation and Extinction
8. (1.C.2.)  Speciation and Reproductive Isolation
9. (1.C.3.)  Populations and Evolution
10. (1.D.1.)  Origin of Life on Earth
11. (1.D.2.)  Scientific Evidence as Support for Life on Earth
Biological Systems
1. (2.A.1.)  Organisms Require Energy
2. (2.A.2.)  Capture and Store Free Energy
3. (2.A.3.)  Grow, Reproduce, Maintain
4. (2.B.1.)  Cell Membranes
5. (2.B.2.)  Homeostasis and the Cell Membrane
6. (2.B.3.)  Internal Membranes
7. (2.C.1.)  Feedback and Homeostasis
8. (2.C.2.)  Response to External Changes
9. (2.D.1)  Biotic and Abiotic Interactions
10. (2.D.2.)  Common Ancestry and Divergence
11. (2.D.3.)  Disruptions in Homeostasis
12. (2.D.4)  Defending Against Infections
13. (2.E.1.)  Normal Development of Organisms
14. (2.E.2.)  Regulation of Physiological Events
15. (2.E.3.)  Behavior Regulation and Natural Selection
Living Systems and Information
1. (3.A.1.)  DNA and Heritable Information
2. (3.A.2.)  Cell Cycle, Mitosis and Meiosis
3. (3.A.3.)  Chromosome Basis of Inheritance
4. (3.A.4.)  Inheritance Patterns
5. (3.B.1.)  Cell Specialization and Gene Regulation
6. (3.B.2.)  Mediation of Gene Expression
7. (3.C.1.)  Genotype - Phenotype
8. (3.C.2.)  Genetic Variation
9. (3.C.3.)  Viral Replication
10. (3.D.1.)  Cell Communication and Evolutionary History
11. (3.D.2.)  Cells Communicate with Each Other
12. (3.D.3.)  Signal Transduction Pathways
13. (3.D.4.)  Changes in Signal Pathways
14. (3.E.1.)  Individuals Act and Communicate
15. (3.E.2.)  Animals - Nervous Systems
Biological Systems Interact
1. (4.A.1.)  Biological Molecules
2. (4.A.2.)  The structure and function of subcellular components
3. (4.A.3.)  Specialization of cells, tissues, and organs
4. (4.A.4.)  Organisms Exhibit Complex Properties
5. (4.A.5.)  Communities
6. (4.A.6.)  Interactions among living systems and with their environment
7. (4.B.1.)  Interactions between Molecules
8. (4.B.2.)  Cooperative Interactions
9. (4.B.3.)  Interactions between and within Populations
10. (4.B.4.)  Distribution of Ecosystems
11. (4.C.1.)  Variation in Molecular Units
12. (4.C.2.)  Environmental Factors and Genotypes
13. (4.C.3.)  Variations within a Population
14. (4.C.4.)  Species Diversity and Ecosystem Stability