Biology Curriculum Academic to University

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Biology Curriculum Academic to University by Mind Map: Biology Curriculum Academic to University

1. B1. Technological applications of biochemistry

2. Grade 9 - sustainable ecosystems

2.1. B1. Impact of human activities on sustainability of ecosystems - evaluating courses of action

2.2. B2. Investigating factors related to human activity that affect ecosystems

2.3. B3. The dynamic nature of ecosystems - ecological balance

3. Grade 10 - systems of living things

3.1. B1. Medical and technological developments

3.2. B2. Investigating cell division, cell specialization, organs, and systems in animals and plants

3.3. B3. The hierarchical organization of cells in animals and plants

4. Grade 11

4.1. Diversity of living things

4.1.1. B1. Effects of human activities on the diversity of living things

4.1.2. B2. Investigating scientific classification

4.1.3. Diversity: taxonomy and phylogeny

4.2. Evolution

4.2.1. C1. Artificial selection technology and the impact of environmental changes on natural selection and endangered species

4.2.2. C2. Investigating evolutionary processes and evidence of evolution

4.2.3. C3. The theory of evolution

4.3. Genetic processes

4.3.1. D1. Knowledge of genetic processes - social and ethical implications of genetic research

4.3.2. D2. Genetic processes (meiosis, crosses)

4.3.3. D3. Concepts, processes and technologies related to the transmission of hereditary characteristics

4.4. Animals: structure and function

4.4.1. E1. Changing societal needs, technological advances, internal systems in humans

4.4.2. E2. Respiratory, circulatory, and digestive systems

4.4.3. E3. Animal anatomy, physiology, and system disorders

4.5. Plants: structure and function

4.5.1. F1. Sustainable use of plants

4.5.2. F2. Structures and functions of plant tissues

4.5.3. F3. Diversity of vascular plants (structures, systems, biodiversity)

5. Grade 12

5.1. Biochemistry

5.1.1. B2. Investigating chemical structures, functions, and properties of biological molecules for common cellular processes

5.1.2. B3. Structures and functions of biological molecules, reactions required for normal cellular function

5.2. Metabolic processes

5.2.1. C1. The role of metabolic processes in biotic and abiotic systems, understanding technologies

5.2.2. C2. Investigating the products of metabolic processes (cellular respiration, photosynthesis)

5.2.3. C3. Chemical changes and energy conversions that occur in metabolic processes

5.3. Molecular genetics

5.3.1. D1. Social, ethical, and legal issues associated with genetic research and biotechnology

5.3.2. D2. Investigating the structures of cell components

5.3.3. D3. How molecular genetics is applied in industry and agriculture

5.4. Homeostasis

5.4.1. E1. Evaluating the impact on the human body of chemical substances and environmental factors related to human activity

5.4.2. E2. Investigating the feedback mechanisms that maintain homeostasis in living organisms

5.4.3. E3. Anatomy and physiology of human body systems (mechanisms of homeostasis)

5.5. Population dynamics

5.5.1. F1. Relationships between population growth, personal consumption, technological development, and ecological footprint

5.5.2. F2. The characteristics of population growth withing an ecosystem

5.5.3. F3. Factors that effect the growth of various populations of species

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6.1. Ethics and Technology

6.2. Ecosystems and Biodiversity

6.3. Systems of Living Things

6.3.1. Animal Specific

6.3.2. Plant Specific