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Structure and Function of Living Organisms20%
Evolution and Genetics45%
Molecular Biology15%
  • Questions: 3,769
  • Two-Part Items: 45
  • Vocabulary Terms: 331
  • Performance Tasks: 197
  • Instructional Videos: 79

Test Standards

Structure and Function of Living Organisms
1. (B1.1.1)  Structure And Function Eukaryotic Cell Organelles
2. (B1.1.2)  Prokaryotic And Eukaryotic Cells
3. (B1.1.3)  DNA And Cell Differentiation
4. (B1.2.1)  Homeostasis And The Cell As A System
5. (B1.2.2)  Cell Growth And Reproduction (mitosis)
6. (B1.2.3)  Cell Adaptations And Survival
1. (Bio2.1.1)  Interdependence And The Flow Of Matter And Energy
2. (Bio2.1.2)  Survival And Adaptations
3. (B2.1.3)  Relationships Among Organisms
4. (B2.1.4)  Population Dynamics And Limiting Factors
5. (B2.2.1)  Human Activities And The Environment
6. (B2.2.2)  Resource Conservation
Evolution and Genetics
1. (B3.1.1)  Structure And Function Of DNA
2. (B3.1.2)  DNA, RNA, And Proteins
3. (B3.1.3)  DNA Mutations And Changes In Genotype And Phenotype
4. (B3.2.1)  Meiosis And Genetic Variation
5. (B3.2.2)  Inheritance Patterns And Phenotypic/genotypic Ratios
6. (B3.2.3)  Environment And Genetic Expression
7. (B3.3.1)  DNA Technology - Identification And Comparison
8. (B3.3.2)  Transgenic Organisms That Benefit Society
9. (B3.3.3)  The Ethics Of DNA Technology
10. (B3.4.1)  Evidence Of Evolution
11. (B3.4.2)  Natural Selection
12. (B3.4.3)  Disease And Natural Selection
13. (B3.5.1)  Classification Of Life On Earth
14. (B3.5.2)  Classification And Evolutionary Relationships
Molecular Biology
1. (B4.1.1)  Structure And Function Of Biomolecules
2. (B4.1.2)  DNA, Proteins, And Cell Functions
3. (B4.1.3)  The Role Of Enzymes
4. (B4.2.1)  Photosynthesis And Respiration
5. (B4.2.2.)  Homeostasis