Biology Overview

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Biology Overview
1 Use methods of qualitative and quantitative observation
2 Describe the general structures, functions, biochemistry and diversity of cells
2.1 Trace the history of cytology
2.2 Trace various immunological responses
3 Describe levels of organization
4 Explain the general functions of DNA and RNA
4.1 Apply laws of classical genetics and the principles of chromosomal inheritance to problems of genetic differences in individuals
5 Compare scientific theories of the origin and evolution of living things
5.1 Relate the Hardy -Weinberg law, genetic drift, and balanced poly-morphism to evolutionary situations
5.2 Understand genetic abnormalities
6 Describe the characteristics of microorganisms
6.1 Apply methods of taxonomy to classify organism
7 Explain the biological behavior of living things
7.1 Describe general anatomy and physiology of plant and animals
7.1.1 Explain perpetuation of species
7.1.2 Relate the C3, C4, and CAM pathway to plant anatomy, photosynthesis
8 Understand the relationships in energy flow patterns, and the development of the ecosystem
8.1 Explain the phenomena of free energy change and entropy
9 Analyze the skills required for the practice of biotechnology
10 Describe the models for gene regulation
11 Discuss the structure, physiology, reproduction, pathology and economic importance of viruses and Monerans
11.1 Interpret current issues in biology, including population growth, ecological intervention, and biomedical progress

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