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Earth Systems and Patterns 4%
Organization and Development of Living Organisms 35%
Diversity and Evolution of Living Organisms 13%
Heredity and Reproduction 12%
Interdependence 18%
Matter and Energy Transformations 18%
Also includes:
  • The Practice of Science
  • The Characteristics of Scientific Knowledge
  • The Role of Theories, Laws, Hypotheses, and Models
  • Questions 5,895
  • Vocabulary Terms 583
  • Performance Tasks 316
  • Instructional Videos 132

Test Standards

The Practice of Science
1. (SC.912.N.1.1)  Scientific Method
2. (SC.912.N.1.3)  Scientific Explanations
3. (SC.912.N.1.2)  Replicable Results
4. (SC.912.N.1.4)  Sources of Information
5. (SC.912.N.1.6)  Scientific Inferences
The Characteristics of Scientific Knowledge
1. (SC.912.N.2.1)  What is Science
The Role of Theories, Laws, Hypotheses, and Models
1. (SC.912.N.3.1)  Scientific Theory
2. (SC.912.N.3.4)  Theories and Laws
Earth Systems and Patterns
1. (SC.912.E.7.1)  Biogeochemical Cycles
Organization and Development of Living Organisms
1. (SC.912.L.14.1)  Cell Theory
2. (SC.912.L.14.2)  Structure and Function-Cells
3. (SC.912.L.14.3)  Compare-Contrast Cells
4. (SC.912.L.14.4)  Microscopes
5. (SC.912.L.14.6)  Individual and Public Health
6. (SC.912.L.14.7)  Plant Structure and Function
7. (SC.912.L.14.26)  Brain Structure
8. (SC.912.L.14.36)  Cardiovascular System
9. (SC.912.L.14.52)  Immune System
Diversity and Evolution of Living Organisms
1. (SC.912.L.15.1)  Theory of Evolution
2. (SC.912.L.15.4)  Classification and Phylogeny
3. (SC.912.L.15.5)  Change in Classification
4. (SC.912.L.15.6)  Domains and Kingdoms
5. (SC.912.L.15.8)  Origin of Life
6. (SC.912.L.15.10)  Hominid Evolution
7. (SC.912.L.15.13)  Natural Selection
8. (SC.912.L.15.14)  Additional Mechanisms of Evolution
9. (SC.912.L.15.15)  Genetic Variation
Heredity and Reproduction
1. (SC.912.L.16.1)  Laws of Inheritance
2. (SC.912.L.16.2)  Inheritance Patterns
3. (SC.912.L.16.3)  DNA Replication
4. (SC.912.L.16.4)  DNA Mutations and Phenotype
5. (SC.912.L.16.5)  Transcription-Translation Genetic Expression
6. (SC.912.L.16.8)  Mutation, Cell Cycle, Cancer
7. (SC.912.L.16.9)  Universal Genetic Code
8. (SC.912.L.16.10)  Biotechnology
9. (SC.912.L.16.13)  Human Reproduction
10. (SC.912.L.16.14)  Cell Cycle and Mitosis
11. (SC.912.L.16.16)  Meiosis
12. (SC.912.L.16.17)  Mitosis versus Meiosis
Interdependence
1. (SC.912.L.17.2)  Life in Aquatic Systems
2. (SC.912.L.17.4)  Changes in Ecosystems
3. (SC.912.L.17.5)  Population Dynamics
4. (SC.912.L.17.8)  Loss of Biodiversity
5. (SC.912.L.17.9)  Food Webs and Available Energy
6. (SC.912.L.17.11)  Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources
7. (SC.912.L.17.13)  Policy and the Environment
8. (SC.912.L.17.20)  Sustainability and Human Life
Matter and Energy Transformations
1. (SC.912.L.18.1)  Macromolecules of Life
2. (SC.912.L.18.7)  Photosynthesis
3. (SC.912.L.18.8)  Cellular Respiration
4. (SC.912.L.18.9)  Interrelatedness of Photosynthesis and Respiration
5. (SC.912.L.18.10)  ATP and Cell Energy
6. (SC.912.L.18.11)  Role of Enzymes
7. (SC.912.L.18.12)  Role of Water and Life on Earth