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Biology Processes15%
Life Processes at the Cellular Level25%
Heredity15%
Evolution and Population Dynamics15%
Plant and Animals Systems and Interactions15%
Ecology15%
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  • Vocabulary Terms: 718

Test Standards

Biology Processes
1. (A.1.a)  Research Questions And Experimental Design
2. (A.1.b.)  Experimental Variables And Controls
3. (A.1.c.)  Collect, Organize, And Analyze Data
4. (A.1.d.)  Conclusions And Additional Research
5. (A.1.e.)  Presenting Results
6. (A.1.f.)  Using Lab Equipment Safely
7. (A.2.a.)  SI Units And Conversions
8. (A.2.b.)  Calculating The Mean
9. (A.2.c.)  Using Models To Represent Data
10. (A.3.a)  Assumptions Of Science
11. (A.3.b.)  Science And Technological Progress
12. (A.3.c.)  Validity Of Scientific Claims And Theories
13. (A.3.d.)  Criteria For Scientific Explanations
14. (A.3.e.)  Scientific Knowledge And Change
15. (A.3.f.)  Information Sources
16. (A.3.g.)  Goals And Procedures: Science Vs. Technology
17. (A.3.h.)  Science And Its Application To Technology
18. (A.4.a)  Characteristics Of Life
19. (A.4.b.)  Levels Of Organization
20. (A.4.c.)  Scientific Inquiry
21. (A.4.d.)  Using Mathematics In The Inquiry Process
22. (A.5.a)  Atomic Structure
23. (A.5.b.)  Atoms Vs. Ions
24. (A.5.c.)  Chemical Bonding
25. (A.5.d.)  Chemical Reactions As Formulas
26. (A.5.e.)  Organic Vs. Inorganic Compounds
27. (A.5.f.)  Ions And The PH Scale
28. (A.5.g.)  Structure And Function Of Biomolecules
29. (A.5.h.)  Function Of Enzymes
30. (A.5.i.)  Properties Of Water In Living Systems
31. (A.5.j.)  Cell Energy: ATP
Life Processes at the Cellular Level
1. (B.1.a.)  Comparing Cell Types
2. (B.1.b.)  Function Of Cell Organelles
3. (B.1.c.)  Cooperation Of Cell Organelles
4. (B.1.d.)  How Cells Move
5. (B.1.e.)  Cell Membrane As A Regulator
6. (B.1.f.)  Cell Membrane And Homeostasis
7. (B.1.g.)  Transport Mechanisms
8. (B.1.h.)  Aerobic And Anaerobic Cellular Respiration
9. (B.1.i.)  Photosynthetic Organisms
10. (B.1.j.)  Mitosis
Heredity
1. (C.1.a.)  DNA, RNA, And Proteins
2. (C.1.b.)  History: DNA And Central Dogma
3. (C.1.c.)  Using Codon Charts
4. (C.1.d.)  Mutations And Reading Codons
5. (C.1.e.)  Proteins And Genetic Expression
6. (C.1.f.)  Meiosis
7. (C.1.g.)  Laws Of Segregation And Independent Assortment
8. (C.1.h.)  Meiosis Explains Mendel's Laws
9. (C.1.i.)  Genetic Terminology
10. (C.1.j.)  Sex Linked Traits
11. (C.1.k.)  Constructing And Interpreting Punnett Squares
12. (C.1.l.)  Inferring Parental Genotypes And Phenotypes
13. (C.1.m.)  Mode Of Inheritance: Genetic Disorders
14. (C.1.n.)  Biotechnology Research
Evolution and Population Dynamics
1. (D.1.a)  Spontaneous Generation
2. (D.1.b.)  Define Biological Evolution
3. (D.1.c.)  Chemical And Organic Evolution And Life On Earth
4. (D.1.d.)  Darwin And Natural Selection
5. (D.1.e.)  History Of The Theory Of Evolution
6. (D.1.f.)  Darwin Vs. Lamarck
7. (D.1.g.)  Behaviors And Natural Selection
8. (D.1.h.)  Lab Simulation: Natural Selection
9. (D.1.i.)  Conditions For Speciation
10. (D.1.j.)  Basic Types Of Selection
11. (D.1.k)  Ancient Life Forms And Species Similarities
12. (D.1.l.)  Evidence For Evolutionary Relationships
13. (D.1.m.)  Evolution Due To Genetic Recombination
14. (D.1.n.)  Types Of Equilibrium In Populations
Plant and Animals Systems and Interactions
1. (E.1.a.)  Animal Cells And Tissues
2. (E.1.b.)  Organ Systems
3. (E.2.a.)  Basic Plant Processes
4. (E.2.b.)  Functions Of Unique Plant Structures
5. (E.2.c.)  Plants And Light Interactions
6. (E.2.d.)  Photosynthesis Reactions
7. (E.2.e.)  Products Of Photosynthetic Reactions
8. (E.2.f.)  Environmental Factors Influence Photosynthesis
9. (E.3.a.)  Classifiaction And Evolutionary Relationships
10. (E.3.b.)  Levels Of Classification
11. (E.3.c.)  Binomial Nomenclature
12. (E.3.d.)  Construct And Use A Dichotomous Taxonomic Key
13. (E.3.e.)  Viruses, Bacteria, Protists
14. (E.3.f.)  Classifying Fungi, Plants, Animals
15. (E.3.g.)  Classification Of Animals
Ecology
1. (F.1.a.)  Levels Of Organization Earth System
2. (F.1.b.)  Biotic And Abiotic Factors
3. (F.1.c.)  Beneficial Roles Of Bacteria
4. (F.1.d.)  Energy Flow Through Ecosystems
5. (F.1.e.)  Availability Of Matter And Energy In An Ecosystem
6. (F.1.f.)  Inter-realationships Between Organisms
7. (F.1.g.)  Diagram The Flow Of Energy In An Ecosystem
8. (F.1.h.)  Describe Examples Of Competition, Symbiosis, And Predation.
9. (F.1.i.)  Carrying Capacity
10. (F.1.j.)  Population Growth
11. (F.1.k.)  Ecological Succession
12. (F.1.l.)  Research And Environmental Issues
13. (F.1.m.)  Human Interference In Ecosystems