IB BIOLOGY Map

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1. 1 - Cell Biology

1.1. Introduction to Cells

1.2. Ultrastructure of cells

1.3. Membrane structure

1.4. Membrane transport

1.5. The origin of cells

1.6. Cell division

2. 2 - Molecular biology

2.1. Molecules to metabolism

2.2. Water

2.3. Carbohydrates and lipids

2.4. Proteins

2.5. Enzymes

2.6. Structure of DNA and RNA

2.7. DNA replication, transcription and translation

2.8. Cell respiration

2.9. Photosynthesis

3. 3 - Genetics

3.1. Genes

3.2. Chromosomes

3.3. Meiosis

3.4. Inheritance

3.5. Genetic modification and biotechnology

4. 4 - Ecology

4.1. Species, communities and ecosystems

4.2. Energy flow

4.3. Carbon cycling

4.4. Climate change

5. 5 - Evolution and biodiversity

5.1. Evidence for evolution

5.2. Natural selection

5.3. Classification of biodiversity

5.4. Cladistics

6. 6 - Human physiology

6.1. Digestion and absorption

6.2. The blood system

6.3. Defence against infectious disease

6.4. Gas exchange

6.5. Neurons and synapses

6.6. Hormones, homeostasis and reproduction

7. 7 - Nucleic acids

7.1. DNA structure and replication

7.1.1. DNA polymerase I

7.1.2. DNA polymerase III

7.1.3. base sequencing

7.1.4. DNA gyrase

7.1.5. DNA primase

7.1.6. DNA profiling

7.1.7. DNA replication

7.1.8. helicase

7.1.9. histone

7.1.10. intron

7.1.11. lagging strand

7.1.12. leading strand

7.1.13. nucleosome

7.1.14. nucleotide

7.1.15. replication fork

7.1.16. tandem repeats

7.1.17. telomere

7.1.18. X-ray diffraction

7.2. Transcription and gene expression

7.2.1. 5' to 3' direction

7.2.2. DNA methylation

7.2.3. exon

7.2.4. gene expression

7.2.5. genome

7.2.6. intron

7.2.7. non-coding DNA

7.2.8. nucleosome

7.2.9. promoter

7.2.10. repressor

7.2.11. splicing of mRNA

7.2.12. terminator

7.2.13. transcription

7.3. Translation

7.3.1. alpha helix

7.3.2. beta pleated sheet

7.3.3. bound ribosome

7.3.4. conjugated protein

7.3.5. conformations

7.3.6. electron micrograph

7.3.7. free ribosomes

7.3.8. non-polar amino acid

7.3.9. polar amino acid

7.3.10. polypeptide

7.3.11. polysome

7.3.12. primary structure

7.3.13. prosthetic group

7.3.14. quaternary structure

7.3.15. R group

7.3.16. secondary structure

7.3.17. tertiary structure

7.3.18. translation

7.3.19. tRNA

7.3.20. tRNA-activating enzyme

8. 8 - Metabolism, cell respiration and photosynthesis

8.1. Metabolism

8.2. Cell respiration

8.3. Photosynthesis

9. 9 - Plant biology

9.1. Transport in the xylem of plants

9.2. Transport in the phloem of plants

9.3. Growth in plants

9.4. Reproduction in plants

10. 10 - Genetics and evolution

10.1. Meiosis

10.2. Inheritance

10.3. Gene pools and speciation

11. 11 - Animal physiology

11.1. Antibody production and vaccination

11.2. Movement

11.3. The kidney and osmoregulation

11.4. Sexual reproduction

12. A - Neurobiology and behavior

12.1. Neural development

12.1.1. axon

12.1.2. chordate

12.1.3. dorsal fin

12.1.4. ectoderm

12.1.5. endoderm

12.1.6. mesoderm

12.1.7. neural development

12.1.8. neural pruning

12.1.9. neural tube

12.1.10. neuron

12.1.11. neuroscience

12.1.12. neurulation

12.1.13. notochord

12.1.14. plasticity of the nervous system

12.1.15. spina bifida

12.1.16. synapses

12.2. The human brain

12.2.1. autonomic nervous system

12.2.2. Broca's area

12.2.3. Cerebral cortex

12.2.4. Cerebral hemispheres

12.2.5. Electroencephalogram

12.2.6. fMRI (functional magnetic resonance imaging)

12.2.7. Homunculus

12.2.8. Medulla oblongata

12.2.9. motor cortex

12.2.10. pituitary gland

12.2.11. pupil reflex

12.2.12. Somatosensory cortex

12.2.13. visual cortex

12.3. Perception of stimuli

12.3.1. aqueous humor

12.3.2. auditory nerve

12.3.3. bipolar cells

12.3.4. blind spot

12.3.5. chemoreceptors

12.3.6. choroid

12.3.7. cochlea

12.3.8. color blindness

12.3.9. cones

12.3.10. conjunctiva

12.3.11. cornea

12.3.12. eardrum

12.3.13. fovea

12.3.14. ganglion cell

12.3.15. iris

12.3.16. lens

12.3.17. mechanoreceptors

12.3.18. olfactory receptors

12.3.19. optic nerve

12.3.20. oval window

12.3.21. photoreceptors

12.3.22. pinna

12.3.23. pupil

12.3.24. round window

12.3.25. sclera

12.3.26. semicircular canals

12.3.27. stimulu

12.3.28. thermoreceptor

12.3.29. trichromatic vision

12.3.30. visual cortex

12.3.31. vitreous humor

12.4. Innate and learned behavior

12.4.1. autonomic responses

12.4.2. effector

12.4.3. imprinting

12.4.4. innate behavior

12.4.5. involuntary responses

12.4.6. learned behavior

12.4.7. motor neuron

12.4.8. operant conditioning

12.4.9. receptor cell

12.4.10. reflex arcs

12.4.11. reflex conditioning

12.4.12. reflex

12.4.13. relay neuron

12.4.14. sensory neuron

12.4.15. withdrawal reflex

12.5. Neuropharmacology

12.5.1. addiction

12.5.2. amphetamine

12.5.3. anaesthetic

12.5.4. benzodiazepines

12.5.5. cocaine

12.5.6. dopamine

12.5.7. ecstasy

12.5.8. endorphins

12.5.9. neuropharmacology

12.5.10. neurotransmitter

12.5.11. nicotine

12.5.12. post-synaptic neuron

12.5.13. pre-synaptic neuron

12.5.14. serotonin

12.5.15. summation

12.5.16. sympathetic nervous system

12.5.17. Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)

12.6. Ethology

12.6.1. altruistic behavior

12.6.2. courtship

12.6.3. ethology

12.6.4. foraging behavior

12.6.5. innate behavior

12.6.6. learned behavior

12.6.7. natural selection

12.6.8. synchronized oestrus