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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS:


BIOLOGY-L            .5 Credit/Sem     2511- First Semester       2512-Second Semester
Recommended for:  grades 9-12 (lab science).  First semester will examine molecular structure, cell structure and function, and cell reproduction.  Topics will include molecules found in living things, cell life cycles, cell organelles, homeostasis, transport, mitosis/meiosis, basic genetics, and human genetic disorder, s replication, transcription, translation,.  Second semester will examine topics including classification of organisms, overview of kingdoms (animals, plants, fungi, protista, monera), structure and function relationships, nitrogen, carbon, oxygen, phosphorus, and water cycles,  photosynthesis, respiration, biotic/abiotic interactions in ecosystems, and evolution.

This class meets the requirement for a 1 year Biology class needed for graduation in 2010.
This class may be taken as a science elective to meet graduation requirements for graduation in 2009.
This class is a prerequisite for: Zoology, AP BIO, & Human Anatomy
 

FUNDAMENTALS OF BIOLOGY-L        .5 Credit/Sem        -First Semester             -Second Semester
Grades 9-12 (lab science) permission needed for enrollment.  First semester will examine molecular structure, cell structure and function, and cell reproduction.  Topics will include molecules found in living things, cell life cycles, cell organelles, homeostasis, transport, mitosis/meiosis, basic genetics, and human genetic disorders.   Second semester will examine topics including classification of organisms, overview of kingdoms (animals, plants, fungi, protista, monera), structure and function relationships, nitrogen, carbon, oxygen, and water cycles, photosynthesis, respiration, biotic/abiotic interactions in ecosystems, and evolution.

This class meets the requirement for a 1 year Biology class needed for graduation in 2010.
This class does NOT qualify as a prerequisite for: Zoology, AP Biology, or Human Anatomy.

 

Biology and Honors Biology students will be using:

BIOLOGY
by Miller and Levine
Prentice Hall; 2006

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IMAGE SOURCES:
Animals animation: http://www.millan.net 
Cell animation: http://www.animationlibrary.com
Science is fun animation:
http://scifun.chem.wisc.edu/scifun.html
Email animation:
http://www.gifanimations.com
"Learn about the world.banner from: http://www.longwood.k12.ny.us/lhs/science/outlines/select.html

 

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Chad Caldwell
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Michelle VanderWal
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Kelly Riedell
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